Celebrate Local With San Diego Restaurant Week!

Fuel Your Adventure and Celebrate Local Around San Diego with San Diego Restaurant Week!

Sunday, September 25th through Sunday, October 2nd
For One Week Only!
Celebrate Local With San Diego Restaurant Week!It is no secret that San Diego is quickly becoming one of the U.S.’s culinary hotspots. Whether you are a San Diego native or just want to dine out like one, San Diego Restaurant Week is the perfect time to explore San Diego’s diverse neighborhoods and incredible restaurants. During San Diego Restaurant Week, Sunday, September 25th through Sunday, October 2nd, over 180 participating restaurants will Celebrate Local by offering you dishes featuring ingredients sourced from our region! Fresh has never tasted so good and it has never been a better time to discover why foodies LOVE San Diego!
For EIGHT DAYS ONLY enjoy dishes compiled of local products and ingredients at over 180 participating restaurants throughout San Diego County. Dinner will be served as a three-course, prix-fixe menu for just $20, $30, $40 or $50 per person and lunch will be served as a two-course prix-fixe menu for only $10, $15 or $20 per person.
Travel to the coastal neighborhood and “Jewel” of San Diego, La Jolla, which is home to over 20 San Diego Restaurant Week participating restaurants and you will not be disappointed. Throughout La Jolla, restaurants and chefs will offer menus that are not to be missed, many highlighting incredible Pacific-caught seafood. Brockton Villa will be dishing out Carlsbad Mussels in a broth of “San Diego Arrogant Bastard Ale”, Nine-Ten will feature produce from Chino Farms in Del Mar, and The Lot will feature local heirloom tomatoes alongside buratta cheese and hibiscus balsamic.
Visit the North County coastal region of Del Mar, Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Encinitas where you will be treated to neighborhoods that embody the perfect mix of high-end luxury and laid-back beach culture. This part of San Diego is home to a variety of unique shops, beautiful beaches and of course – renowned restaurants.  Kick off your night at Cucina Enoteca Del Mar with a homegrown cocktail crafted with locally sourced and small batched infused libations. At Market Restaurant and Bar, experience the variety of San Diego produce with a farmer’s market vegetable tasting alongside fresh artichoke tortellini. Finish off your night at Acqua California Bistro for a decadent dessert of Vienna Style Cheesecake featuring a light formage blanc mousse from Bellwether Farms.
Downtown San Diego is known for its bustling nightlife, vibrant atmosphere, and large selection of culinary delights. Regardless of your craving, you can be sure that you will find what you are looking for in the downtown neighborhoods of the Gaslamp Quarter, East Village, Downtown Core, Little Italy, and surrounding neighborhoods. Blue Point Coastal Cuisine will be offering Carlsbad Aquafarm Mussels and Shrimp Pappardelle, highlighting delicious fresh seafood. Florent Restaurant brings a sweeter side of local to the table by offering Cravory cookie ice cream sandwiches and local artisan blackberry cabernet sorbet. Visit Prep Kitchen Little Italy for seared local yellow-fin tuna, Milagro Farms vegetables alongside locally sourced meats, or a soup made on the chef’s whim of what is most fresh that day.
A trip to Central San Diego offers up the chance to experience a wide range of eclectic eateries dishing out local ingredients served in artistic and innovative dishes that are sure to be a hit for a night out with friends or that special someone. At Brooklyn Girl in Mission Hills, your opportunity to taste local items is vast and exciting – from locally cured meats to market fresh produce. If you are looking for a more Spanish inspired menu, visit Polanco Kitchen and Bar for local market fish served alongside grilled corn and roasted tomatoes.
Travel inland to East County for beautiful mountain scenery and delectable three course dinners during San Diego Restaurant Week. Terra American Bistro highlights several local ingredients throughout their menu including mushroom dusted local fish in lemongrass-lobster broth and Karl-Strauss amber braised pot roast. BO-beau Kitchen + Garden couples romantic bohemian ambiance with innovative seasonal menu items that highlight the vibrancy of locally grown ingredients in their salads and flatbreads.
All of these neighborhoods and more can be explored, enjoyed, and treasured during San Diego Restaurant Week. With over 180 unique restaurants across every neighborhood of San Diego County, we encourage you to visit SanDiegoRestaurantWeek.com to browse menus, make reservations, and plan your culinary adventure. Ditch the dirty dishes and join over 150,000 fellow diners to celebrate San Diego’s thriving culinary scene this September as we Celebrate Local! Tickets are not necessary for this delectable week of discounted dining, but reservations are recommended!