Restaurant Week in San Diego is a Big Deal. Not only does everybody know about it, but everybody is excited about it. This makes for a fantastic time in the dining scene county-wide. The fatal flaw of Restaurant Week is that it lasts for… a week. That is, unless of course you’re a completely awesome restaurant that decided to keep the party going another week.
Take for example, Bertrand at Mister A’s. At the top of San Diego’s dining scene both in quality and in location, Bertrand at Mister A’s, is one of the premier penthouse restaurants in all of southern California, and they’re keeping their specialized menu open just for you. They aren’t alone though, North County stalwart Bernard’O had such a blast during the week; they decided the only thing that could top it was to extend it. Mission Bay is keeping the ball rolling over at Firefly Restaurant and Bar, and not to be outdone, La Jolla’s own Tapenade is also giving San Diego residents a peak into their top-notch French cuisine until September 30th. Just down the road a bit, Crab Catcher is also serving up fresh fish for another week. Whisknladle is keeping La Jolla fed with an extended menu. Want to hit downtown? Gaslamp’s own Croce’s is mixing sweet jazz and delicious entrée’s for another week. Dinner and a show? Try Hexagone in Banker’s Hill; they even offer rides to the Old Globe Theater. If you’ve got a big group on your hands, take them over to The Melting Pot to get your fondue on.
Restaurant Week may be over for some, but if you didn’t get a chance to experience it the first time around, or if you just can’t get enough, stop in and get a second helping of gourmet discounts.
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