San Diego Restaurant Week begins this Sunday, offering patrons 180 restaurants to choose from.
With the restaurant industry quickly growing in the region, it makes sense that there are new eateries participating in the week-long foodie event.
Provisional Kitchen, Café + Mercantile, which made its debut late last year, is participating in Restaurant Week for the first time. The trendy restaurant-marketplace offers guests seasonal dishes and a retail experience at the Pendry Hotel. For Restaurant Week, guests can expect a $40 prix fixe dinner with options such as a salmon creek pork chop and a wagyu skirt steak. The eatery will also offer a $20 lunch menu.
The popular Sushi Lounge chain is also participating in Restaurant Week for the first time. The restaurant, which first opened in Poway and now has locations in Point Loma and Encinitas, is known for its fresh take on the Japanese dish. Sushi Lounge is offering a $15 prix fixe lunch menu or a $30 three-course dinner. Some of the offerings include ahi tacos, ponzu salmon and specialty rolls.
Here are other eateries participating in Restaurant Week for the first time:
- 10 Barrel Brewing Co.
- California Bistro
- Farmer’s Table
- Lionfish Modern Coastal Cuisine
- Maretalia Ristorante
- Nason’s Beer Hall
- Nick & G’s
- Olive and Basil
- Open House Restaurant
- Pisco Rotisserie & Cevicheria
- Salt & Whiskey
- Sole Luna
- The Pool House
For more information about San Diego Restaurant Week, go to www.sandiegorestaurantweek.com.
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