Don't Forget: Cohn Group Restaurant Week is Still Going

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Although San Diego Restaurant Week is just a delicious memory for many restaurants, the Cohn Restaurant Group has answered our stomachs’ pleas for an extended week. With eight restaurants still featuring their specially priced menus, diners can continue on their restaurant week binge for a little while longer, until September 30th.

The Prado at Balboa Park has both a lunch and a dinner menu available to customers. The dinner menu is affordably priced at $30 with three courses available to customers, including entrée choices such as Red Wine Braised Short Ribs or Dill Crusted Loch Duart Salmon. The lunch menu is offered at only half the price for your choice of a starter and an entrée, including options like a Grilled Portobello Mushroom Sandwich or Grilled Steak Tacos. After a walk in the scenic Balboa Park, the Prado is the perfect place to curb your appetite!

Although Blue Point of the Gaslamp Quarter does not offer a specially priced lunch menu for its customers, it does offer them a $30 three-course dinner menu as well as the option of adding wine pairings for a total of only $45. Complete with hook, line, and sinker options, Blue Point delivers coastal cuisines to its customers at a great price with this extended restaurant week menu. Diners can start their exploration of the coast with options such as Assorted Fresh Oysters or Lobster Bisque, and continue with an entrée of King Salmon or Duroc Pork Tenderloin. With three options of dessert to finish off this special menu, diners can be sure that they will leave with a full stomach.

The Strip Clubs of La Jolla and the Gaslamp are also offering an extended Restaurant Week, with identical dinner menus. Patrons of these two restaurants can enjoy three courses and their choice of a side for only $30. Start out with the choice of salad or Mozzarella Caprese, and continue through to the second course–it features various meaty options such as Teriyaki Steak or Marinated Double Chicken Breast. In addition to the choice of entrée, customers also get to choose a side from a list of options including Lobster Mashed Potatoes or Sautéed Mushrooms and Onions with Bacon. The meal is finished with a dessert course featuring sweet favorites like Chocolate Mousse Cake or New York Cheesecake. In addition to this Restaurant Week Dinner Menu, La Jolla Strip Club is also offering a specially priced lunch menu for half the price of the dinner menu and featuring two courses. This menu gives diners their choice of appetizer and entrée, with a slightly shorter entrée list that still captures the essence of the strip club with its signature Jersey Girl Cheese Steak as one of the four options.

333 Pacific is also taking part in this event, with a $30 dinner menu featuring three courses with deliciously unique options, including an Arugula Strawberry Salad as an appetizer or Chicken Roulade for an Entrée. This restaurant also offers diners a grilled Boneless Ribeye with the potential to upgrade with toppings for just a little extra. Toppings include Peppercorn Demi, Sautéed Mushrooms, and Bleu Cheese Crust. Whether diners stick to the traditional restaurant week menu or go with the numerous add-ons available, they rest assured that they are getting one of the best deals in town.

Chef Deborah Scott’s Indigo Grill is also extending the fun, with a very diverse three-course dinner menu. For only $30, customers can choose from Soup, Salad, or Tamale to start off their dining experience. The entrée options include a choice of Chicken, Smoked Pork Ribs, Alderwood Plank Salmon, or a special vegetarian option titled “Good Things Growing.” Three dessert options offer a sweet end to this delicious meal. With such varied options, diners will find it hard to be bored with this menu.

BO-Beau Kitchen + Bar offers a Frenchman’s take on the extended Restaurant Week with appetizer choices such as Escargots and Pomme Frites. Diners can continue their trip through French cuisine with an entrée from the list of three, including Moules Provencales or Boeuf Bourguignon. Crème Brulee or a Chocolate Soufflé are just two of the ways to conclude the meal, leaving satisfied diners saying “Tres delicieux!”

The eighth and final restaurant on our list of extended Restaurant Week menus is The Melting Pot. This menu is available for only $30 and offers diners their choice of salad to begin the meal, followed by their choice of entrée, and finished with dessert, including an option for a chocolate fondue. Never fear, a cheese fondue course can be added to any dinner for $10 more, completing the dining experience. If diners are just in the mood for the three courses, they can be sure to receive their filling with entrée options such as a Seafood Trio or a signature selection of a variety of meats all on one plate!

You may have thought you were done with gorging yourself for Restaurant Week, however with extended deals like these, you may have found your reason to carry on the noble endeavor.

 

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