The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel April 2014 -010Dine About Town” – San Francisco’s own Restaurant Week – returned for a second helping on June 1 and lasts until 15, 2014. This popular program which is now in its 13th year presents more than 100 of San Francisco’s best restaurants offering two or three-course lunch menus for $18.95 and/or three-course dinner menus for $36.95, prices representing up to 25 percent off  regularly priced a la carte items.

The participating restaurants include two with Michelin stars (Luce and Spruce) and twelve others that are Michelin rated (Absinthe, Café de la Presse, Chapeau!, Chaya Brasserie, Dosa on Fillmore, Fringale, Georges, Marlowe, One Market, Skool, Sociale and Waterbar). The complete restaurant list for “Dine About Town San Francisco” and reservations are available at DineAboutTown.com. The list can be searched by neighborhood, cuisine, vegetarian options and lunch or dinner offerings.

Through a partnership with Open Table, reservations (strongly recommended) can be made directly from the “Dine About Town” pages. Dates and times of participation vary by restaurant. A la carte menus will also be available. Information is also available by calling 415-391-2000.

Johnny Jet
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1 Comment On "San Francisco’s “Restaurant Week” June 1-15"
  1. Debbie|

    I wish I knew that when I went to SF! Food is actually a bit expensive there,,

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