California’s Restaurant Month

Since the 1980’s, nothing in the restaurant world has been as ubiquitous as California cuisine. But the fusion-driven, fresh ingredient-inspired style of cooking that made the Golden State’s food scene famous is just a small part of what diverse and talented chefs all over the state are cooking.

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To celebrate California’s thriving restaurant culture, many cities and counties are offering special “restaurant week” promotions as part of Visit California’s third-annual California Restaurant Month. Nine destinations are kicking off their special offers this week, with other cities starting throughout the month. Here is a list of events happening this week:

, Jan 13 – 18, 2013:
The birthplace of the cheeseburger will offer over-the-top burger creations at participating restaurants for the second year.

, Jan 13 – 18, 2013:
With more than 180 participating restaurants, diners in San Diego can enjoy delicious two-course lunches from $10-20 and three-course dinners from $20 to $40.

, Jan 13 – 20, 2013:
Santa Maria Valley is offering 15-percent meal discounts and wine-tasting specials in celebration of California Restaurant Month.

, Jan 13 – 20, 2013:
New in 2013! Twenty Berkeley-area restaurants are showcasing exciting global fare with three-course $30 prix fixe menus.

, Jan 15 – 31, 2013:
More than 100 restaurants are offering discounts such as “Dine About Town” menus, prix fixe lunches at $18.95 and  three-course dinner options for $36.95.

, Jan 15 – 31, 2013:
Restaurants in San Mateo County and Silicon Valley are offering prix fix menus, lunch specials, deeply-discounted dinners and “Share the Bounty” themed menus.

, Jan 18 – 27, 2013:
New in 2013! Vacaville’s dozen participating restaurants are offering lunch and dinner menus and discounts up to 30 percent off, highlighting this Central Valley city’s cuisine.

, Jan 18 – 27, 2013:
Continue to savor the flavor of Orange County chefs with this coastal culinary escape’s three-course prix fixe menus ranging from $10 to $40.

, Jan 18 – 27, 2013:
For 10 days, an impressive set of more than 20 Oakland restaurants will be offering prix fixe menus at $20, $30 and $40 during lunch and/or dinner.

For all other California Restaurant Month events, visit the website: .

Ben Stagg

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