San Diego Restaurant Week 2015 - preview

It's about that time again. San Diego Restaurant Week for the fall starts on September 20 through September 27, 2015.  Over 180 restaurants are participating! Check out your favorite restaurants or try something new! The prix fixe lunches are either $10, $15, or $20 and the prix fixe dinners are either $20, $30, $40 or $50!

The theme of Restaurant Week is "Celebrate Local" and I was able to check out a few samples ahead of time at the SDRW Launch Party at Go Green Acres. Browse the tasty creations below and something may inspire you to check out a new or old restaurant favorite!

Blue Point Coastal Cuisine

Get a kick out of the tomato gazpacho with olive tapenade on a caper crostini from Blue Point Coastal Cuisine.

Stake Chophouse and Bar

Sink your teeth into the stake tartare from Stake Chophouse & Bar.

Cafe Coyote

Savor the squash blossom quesadilla from Cafe Coyote.

D Bar Restaurant

Dig into a 48 Hour Pork Chilorio Sope from D Bar Restaurant.

Parq Restaurant and Nightclub

Have a party in your mouth with sweet melon and savory pork belly from Parq Restaurant & Nightclub.

The Patio

Taste the tenderness and texture of the Sous Vide Flat Iron from The Patio.

Terra American Bistro

Delight in the delicate squash potsticker with roasted corn cream from Terra American Bistro.

Tidal Seasonal Craft and Catch

Refreshing and delicious is what you'd say about the local asian pear & medjool date salad from Tidal Seasonal Craft & Catch.

Peohe's Coronado Island

Spiced Ahi with furikake rice, wasabi cream and ginger soy is an asian inspiration from Peohe's Coronado Waterfront.

Casa de Bandini

A dependable delight is of the chicken avocado and mango burrito kind at Casa de Bandini.

Cowboy Star Restaurant and Butcher Shop

Change it up with the charred local opah from Cowboy Star Restaurant & Butcher Shop.

the Blind Burro

A clever contrast of cucumber and quinoa in the salmon poke is from The Blind Burro.

Sausage and Meat

Pop this juicy Duck Foot IPA Brat from Sausage & Meat into your mouth.

Park Hyatt Aviara

A fun finish would be the peanut butter mousse with figs or a smore pie from Park Hyatt Aviara.

San Diego Restaurant Week has so many foodie options not even listed here! Make your reservations now before spots fill up at your favorite places!

Food 4 Kids Campaign

In addition, do your part to help with the Food 4 Kids Campaign:

1) Post a photo of you participating in San Diego Restaurant Week (facebook, twitter, instagram)

2) Tag the SDRW restaurant where you are dining

3) Hashtag #Food4Kids

Happy eating!

Disclaimer: I was provided tickets for this event (San Diego Restaurant Week Launch) but the opinions are strictly my own. All photos are mine.

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Submitted by Jinxi (not verified) on Sat, 09/19/2015 - 5:40pm

Looks fun! You've done so many "taste of" and sampling events this year - I haven't made it to any so far, we'll have to get together sometime! :) I also don't think I'll be going to RW this year since I'll be in Berkeley for most of the week. Have fun, though!

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Submitted by lynn on Sat, 09/19/2015 - 11:06pm

this one was a really good one because it was not crowded. enjoy berkeley and i hope to read about it on your blog!

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Submitted by Mary (not verified) on Mon, 09/21/2015 - 8:05am

Mmm, melon and pork belly, that woke me up just looking at it this morning! I was bummed I couldn't make it to this but at least I can live vicariously through you. I just got a Groupon for S&M so I can try that beyond RW.

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Submitted by lynn on Thu, 09/24/2015 - 1:39pm

I considered buying one too but now they are sold out on both groupon and livingsocial. oh well... i'll just read about it on your blog unless we decided to hit it up anyway.

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