California Restaurant Month: Dining About Town in San Francisco

Food and Beverage

San Francisco has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the United States, and many of them will be offering steep discounts during Dine About Town, San Francisco’s answer to California Restaurant Month. 


San Francisco has some of the best restaurants in the United States. Photo Credit: San Francisco Travel Association.

And not only that. 

At the epicentre of Northern California’s Slow Food Movement, San Francisco has some of the best restaurants in the United States. So steep discounts at top eateries should come as good news to foodies!

Now in its 13th year, Dine About Town will run from 15 through 31 January 2014.

During this two week period, more than 100 of San Francisco’s best restaurants will serve two or three-course lunch menus for US$18.95 and/or three-course dinner menus for US$36.95, which is as much as 25% off regular restaurant prices when diners order dishes a la carte.

“Do the math – 100 restaurants in the 49 square miles of the city offering up to 25% off for 17 days,” says Joe D’Alessandro, President and CEO of the San Francisco Travel Association.

“There are exactly zero excuses to not ‘Dine About Town.’”

If you can’t book an airline ticket to SFO in time for January’s restaurant week in San Francisco, not to worry. A second helping will be served in early summer, running from 1 through 15 June 9014.

“San Francisco has such an abundance of notable restaurants, it’s only natural that our ‘Restaurant Week’ actually lasts for two weeks and happens twice a year,” Joe says.


The San Francisco Travel Association is the official tourism marketing organization for the City and County of San Francisco.

The Visitor Information Center is located at 900 Market St. in Hallidie Plaza, lower level, near the Powell Street cable car turnaround. Telephone: (415) 391-2000.

How to Get There

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is one of the world’s busiest airports. There are non-stop flights to more than 31 foreign travel destinations on 30 international airlines.

Fifteen domestic airlines link San Francisco with non-stop flights to 76 cities in the United States.

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