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Everything You Need to Know About Fall Restaurant Week in San Diego

Don’t worry, no passes or tickets are required. (Reservations are a good idea, though.)


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The Marine Room

It’s pretty simple: From September 23–30, 180 restaurants in just about every corner of the county are offering deals on prix fixe menus. Each restaurant decides what kinds of deals they want to offer, but many are serving two-course lunches priced at $10, $15, or $20; and three-course dinners priced at $20, $30, $40 or $50.

Reservations aren’t required, but they’re a good idea. And when Open Table makes it this easy with their list of all participating establishments and available times, why not?  

This is as good a chance as any to indulge in a meal at 1500 Ocean, Red O, Cucina Urbana, The Marine Room, Nobu San Diego, Il Fornaio, Café Gratitude, Coasterra, and a huge variety of many more of San Diego’s finest eateries.

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