For delicious dining — daytime or dinner-time it’s time for San Diego Restaurant Week 2012

Home to some of the world’s most delectable restaurants and master chefs, San Diego proudly welcomes back San Diego Restaurant Week, where diners can choose from more than 180 of the city’s most delightful and delicious eateries for a three-course dinner prix-fixe menus costing just $20, $30 or $40 per person, depending on the restaurant, Sunday, Jan. 15 to Friday, Jan. 20.

SDRW will extend the dining extravaganza beyond dinner with its introduction of the lunch program, which gives daytime diners the opportunity to feast on two-course lunch prix-fixe menus for just $10, $15 or $20 per person, depending on the restaurant. With lunch as an option, foodies can now enjoy the vibrant and distinctive eateries of San Diego at any time of day.

SDRW is the best time to relax at the newest tapas bar one night, dine al fresco by the bay the next, and then end the week with an indulgent dessert at one of the city’s most remarkable five-star restaurants.

Participating is easy – there are no passes to buy, no coupons to carry and no cards to punch, only a quick call to the restaurant of your choice to make reservations for the week of Jan. 15-20.

This past September, more than 140,000 people participated in the fall event and even more are expected in January, so reservations are strongly recommended to make sure you are able to sample your favorite flavors.

To view a complete list of participating locations or to sign up to win 52 Weeks of Dining, visit or call (619) 233-5008.

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