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Restaurants prep for busy week for San Diego Restaurant Week

Local eating places are prepared for a busy week forward as San Diego Restaurant week kicked off on September 26.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. —

Dozens of native eating places are prepared for a busy week forward as San Diego Restaurant week kicked off on September 26. 

The occasion runs by means of Oct. 3, which provides diners loads of time to go to a restaurant they’ve all the time needed to strive for a fraction of the worth.  

Diners can select from all various sorts of cuisines together with Mexican and Italian. 

Participating eating places will probably be providing mounted menus for anyplace from $10 to $25 per individual for lunch and $20 to $60 per individual for dinner. 

“So far we are off to a great start! We have a wonderful menu and my team is excited about doing it as well as our customers. I think we are going to find a lot of new faces,” stated Randy Smerik the proprietor of Solares Dolce Vita in Point Loma. 

He says his group is a prepared for a busy week forward. 

Smerik says many eating places, together with his personal, are coping with a brand new downside of holding staple gadgets of their kitchen stocked up. 

“Everything from fresh meat to seafood, produce, even things like Italian wine is difficult to get them on the container ships. It’s been a challenge.” 

Solare provides a three-course tasting menu for $40. 

Smerik expects their fashionable Ossobuco di Maiale and Linguine alle Vongole to be a success for the primary course. They are providing a craft cocktail as an choice for a dessert substitute.  

WATCH RELATED: San Diego Restaurant Week 2021 begins Sunday (September 2021)

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