SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to try a new local restaurant or cuisine, San Diego Restaurant Week may be the time for you check that resolution off your list.
This year’s showcase of San Diego restaurants and their unique dishes kicks off Sunday, Jan. 20, and runs through Sunday, Jan. 27.
More than 180 restaurants throughout San Diego County are taking part in the eight-day celebration, according to the organizers.
Like in previous years, restaurants participating in Restaurant Week offer diners specially priced meals, often through three-course prix-fixe lunches and dinners. Menus are specially crafted to show off the very best each restaurant has to offer.
Prices range from $20 to $50 for dinners and $10 to $20 for lunches. Patrons don't need to purchase tickets ahead of time, but reservations are recommended at certain restaurants.
To check out the full list of participating restaurants, visit SanDiegoRestaurantWeek.com.
Nothing is better than experiencing delicious -- new or favorite -- foods with friends and family. And spreading the word helps!
In this age of food-selfies and social media, San Diegans can follow along and share their own culinary adventures with SDRW's Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook pages, using the hashtag "#SDRW2019" in their posts.