SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — If your New Year's resolution was to be more of a foodie, this month gives you the best chance to do so.
San Diego Restaurant Week brings special pricing and delicious eats to hungry locals from Jan. 19 - 26. More than 180 restaurants take part in the week-long event, which offers two-course lunch price points from $10 to $20, and three-course dinner options from $20 to $50.
Restaurant Week also gives diners the ability to play chef themselves and create their own meal using choices on prix fixe menus. Diners can assemble the perfect plates by choosing between drinks, appetizers, shared plates, or desserts. So, grab a couple of drinks and an appetizer for dinner, or two desserts for lunch.
To take part in the delicious offerings, diners only need to visit a participating restaurant during the week and order from the special menu. Restaurants highly recommend making a reservation, but walk-ins are welcomed.
Every restaurant also previews their Restaurant Week menu online, so diners can plan beforehand. A list of participating restaurants and their menus is available here.
Participating restaurants include AVANT, Bali Hai, Cucina Urbana, JRDN, Puesto, and many more.
Of course, restaurants will still offer their regular menu options as well.