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Program Part of More Than 30 Cities Participating in Statewide California Restaurant Month
Irvine, CA, —More than three dozen Irvine restaurants will celebrate Irvine Restaurant Week January 10-16, 2014, announced Wendy Haase, Director of Tourism Marketing, Destination Irvine.
“Irvine's international community features restaurants offering a wide variety of foods from across the globe. Irvine Restaurant Week is an incredible opportunity to experience some of this diverse dining at a value you can’t get at any other time of the year,” Haase noted. “It’s a chance for both residents and visitors to dine around the world in just over 40 square miles.”
No passes, tickets or coupons are required to participate in Irvine Restaurant Week. Diners simply visit their favorite participating restaurants during the week of January 10th – 16th to enjoy special prix fixe lunch and/or dinner menus. For more information on participating restaurants, check out www.destinationirvine.com/restaurantweek.
Participating Restaurants: 90 Pacifica, Andrei’s Conscious Cuisine & Cocktails, Aura, The Balcony Grill & Bar, BCD Tofu House, Bluewater Grill, Capital Seafood, Chakra Creative Indian Cuisine, Cucina Enoteca, Floe, Gaufree, Ha’ Penny Pub, Il Fornaio, Inkas, Izakaya Wasa, Little Sheep, Luna Grill, Luna Rossa, McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks, The Melting Pot, Mizuki Japanese Cuisine & Sushi, Mokkoji Shabu Shabu Bar, Mother’s Market & Kitchen, MUGEN Japanese Restaurant, Oak Creek Café, Oceanic Fish Grill, Papaya Thai Bistro, Paradise Restaurant, Paul Martin’s American Grill, Pho Saigon Pearl, Prego Ristorante, Ray’s Pizza , Sandwich Club, Slater’s 50/50, Stonefire Grill, Wasa Sushi, The Winery, and Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill.
Irvine Restaurant Week is part of California Restaurant Month, designated by Visit California. Over 30 destinations across California, from the desert and coast to wine country and High Sierra, are hosting restaurant weeks and other value-driven food programming this January.
“Last year’s third annual California Restaurant Month was another success, with 33 participating destinations, 20.4 million media impressions and nearly $800,000 in media value. We’re thrilled to see the program grow so we can continue to tell California’s amazing culinary story,” said Caroline Beteta, Visit California president & CEO.
“California is the top U.S. destination for culinary travel – we have long been a leader in fresh produce and seafood, farm to fork dining, winemaking and more that any traveler will find a one-of-a-kind culinary experience here to suit any taste. California Restaurant Month gives visitors a chance to experience it all with special offers they won’t see at any other time of the year.”
Last year travelers in California spent $28.5 billion on food and beverages, more than for any other spending segment and constituting 27 percent of all visitor spending last year (Source: Dean Runyan Associates), Beteta said. For more information about California Restaurant Month, visit www.visitcalifornia.com/restaurantmonth.
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