In hopes of luring diners back to hard-hit restaurants, the Golden Gate Restaurant Association is launching a Spring San Francisco Restaurant Week for the first time.
From April 9-18, more than 150 restaurants will offer prix fixe deals. Two-course lunch menus will be offered for $10, $15 or $25, and three-course dinners for $25, $40 or $65. Many restaurants will feature both lunch and dinner menus.
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Having six price points will offer customers a wide selection and give both small eateries and upscale dining rooms a chance to participate, promoters said. For example, diners can head to AA Bakery & Cafe in Chinatown for a $10 mini-dim-sum lunch (barbecue pork bun, sesame ball, egg tart, with milk tea) or indulge in a $65 tapas dinner with octopus, shrimp and more at Canela Bistro & Wine Bar.
Find a list of participating restaurants and menus at www.sfrestaurantweek.com.
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