“We have over 35 amazing and tasty restaurants within this [Mission Bay and La Jolla] area, which is almost a quarter of where San Diego Restaurant Week’s restaurants are located,” said Laurel McFarlane, president of McFarlane Promotions.
“It’s a great way to get reacquainted with some of your favorite neighborhood restaurants and, in addition, it encourages you to explore new ground and discover your new favorite dining spots,” she said.
Prices are set at $10, $15 or $20 for a two-course lunch or $20, $30 or $40 for a three-course dinner. No tickets or passes are required. Simply dine out at any of the participating restaurants or call ahead to make a reservation.
Here is a taste of a few good eats you can expect to find in the Pacific Beach, Mission Beach and Mission Bay areas:
• Acqua California Bistro, fusion cuisine, dinner $30, 1775 East Mission Bay Drive, www.sandiegohilton.com/acqua-restaurant
• Baleen, 1404 Vacation Rd., www.paradisepoint.com/baleen-san-diego-restaurant,
• Café Athena, contemporary, dinner $30, 1846 Garnet Ave., www.cafeathena.com
• Firefly, California, dinner $20, 1710 West Mission Bay Drive, www.hedana.com/restaurants
• Firehouse American Eatery, American, dinner $30, 722 Grand Ave., www.firehousepb.com
• Isabel’s Cantina, Latin-Asian fusion, dinner $30, 966 Felspar St., www.isabelscantina.com
• Narraya, Thai, lunch $10, dinner $30, 4475 Mission Blvd., www.narraya.com
• The Atoll, American, dinner $30, 3999 Mission Blvd., www.catamaranresort.com/dining-entertainment
• The Fishery, seafood, dinner $40, 5040 Cass St., www.thefishery.com
• The French Gourmet, French, lunch $15, dinner $30, 960 Turquoise St., www.thefrenchgourmet.com
• Tony Roma’s, American, dinner $20, 4110 Mission Blvd., www.tonyromas.com
For more information or a complete listing of participating restaurants, visit www.sandiegorestaurantweek.com.