Celebrate the 13th Annual San Diego Restaurant Week: September 24 – October 1


Screen Shot 2017-09-22 at 2.28.24 PMIt’s back and greater than ever! San Diego Restaurant Week returns Sunday, September 24th and delights food aficionados through Sunday, October 1st with a veritable feast for the senses at over 180 participating restaurants. Dine lusciously at restaurants offering pre-fixed menu choices throughout greater San Diego County. This foodie-favorite week is the ideal opportunity to embark on gastronomic journey throughout the diverse and flourishing food culture of San Diego.

For a single week only, in excess of 180 participating restaurants will offer three-course fixed dinner menus for $20, $30, $40 or $50 per person and/or two-course prix-fixe lunch menus for $10, $15 or $20 per person. All participating restaurants extend throughout San Diego County from the South Bay to East County and to the borders of Oceanside and Fallbrook to the North, and touch on all cuisine styles to satisfy your cravings.

Why not get out and hook up with your friends and family over delectable courses and quality chats? Indulge self and other’s for an experience that expands way beyond a simple dinner plate, as appealing sustenance sets the occasion where you eat, laugh, and share! From starters to entrées, dessert courses and adult beverages, life is enchanting throughout San Diego Restaurant Week!

We discuss the La Jolla locations that are participating.

Beaumont’s Eatery

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Deeply-rooted in the very heart of La Jolla’s venerated Bird Rock seaside community, Beaumont’s is a principal meet up spot for locals to gather for extraordinary food, hand-crafted cocktails, and first-rate entertainment in a laid back yet fashionable ambiance. Beaumont’s came to scenic Bird Rock in 2005, when the entire area was fraught with besieged businesses, everyday building foreclosures, and a vanished sense of community. Since opening its doors, Beaumont’s continues to breathe new life into the community, improving the growth and enhancement of local businesses and representing Bird Rock as an exciting and diverse neighborhood. Owners Megan and David Heine, of Brockton Villa Restaurant in La Jolla, share a profound thirst for maintaining the immediate community and anchoring the life of Bird Rock in this hidden jewel by the sea.

Beaumont’s Eatery is open for lunch weekdays at 11:30 a.m., serves dinner daily, and is on for breakfast on the weekends beginning at 8:00 a.m.  And don’t forget, Happy hour is a daily occasion from 3:00 – 6:30 p.m. To learn more about Brockton Villa, simply visit www.beaumontseatery.com and follow them on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/beaumontlj, Twitter at @BeaumontsLJ, and Instagram at @BeaumontsEatery.

Brockton Villa

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Brockton Villa Restaurant is lodged in one of La Jolla’s original beach cottages. Their coveted seaside location feature an outstanding scenic view of world-renowned La Jolla Cove. Brockton Villa serves breakfast through dinner with seasonal menu changes by Chef Mareyja Sisbarro. The fashionable restaurant remains a noteworthy reminder of the architectural past alive in the La Jolla community: modest and attractive, set apart by the Pacific, the sun and the warm sands. Brockton Villa is optimistic that you will delight in your dining experience and return again for gastronomic goodness. As they are fond of saying, “Come to our house!”

Chedi Thai Bistro

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Chedi Thai Bistro is an exclusive Thai restaurant in San Diego. Each and every one of their delectable dishes are not only well-prepared but consist of authentic Thai ingredients. Their food is prepared from the finest recipes and gracefully presented with a contemporary touch to match their fashionable décor.  From the very second you step into Chedi Thai Bistro, you instantly can tell the difference from other Thai restaurants that you have previously frequented. They do their utmost to make certain you will be dining with them long after San Diego restaurant Week.

For $10 and $15, they offer 2-course lunches, and serve up 3-course $20 and $30 dinners during restaurant week. This is unquestionably the best opportunity for you, your friends and/or family to delight in your finest Thai dinner experience at affordable prices. Once you come, they believe you will become a regular.

Please note that Chedi Thai Bistro strongly recommends that make a reservation by clicking on the link on at the top of this section. They have been extremely busy for every restaurant week events in the past; therefore, they expect another busy, banner year for this year’s restaurant week event as well.

Donovan’s Steak & Chop House

Donovan’s is an excellent ocean view restaurant serving a wide selection of USDA prime beef and fresh seafood every day of the week. Donovan’s rich and cherished ambiance is enriched by world-class unassuming service. Their wine list consists of more than 300 wines and offers some of the finest the world has to offer. Get over and relish some of what Donovan’s has to offer during this year’s restaurant week.

Dukes La Jolla


Duke’s La Jolla is named in honor of native Hawaiian Duke Kahanamoku, a former Olympic swimming and water polo medalist and the father of contemporary surfing. Overlooking scenic La Jolla Cove, Duke’s serves an unpretentious contemporary interpretations of traditional island plates replete with friendly and hospitable service. As a tribute to Hawaii and SoCal beach lifestyles, Duke’s celebrates family, astonishing views and the true spirit of aloha. Best of all, Dukes welcomes all guests to become a part of their ’ohana.


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NINE-TEN’s recently renovated restaurant and bar demonstrates their ongoing pledge to quality dining through innovative cuisine and using only the freshest local produce. This makes NINE-TEN a must visit for gastronomic devotees. Helmed by award-winning Chef Jason and Pastry Chef Jose Alonzo III, NINE-TEN’s area fare stresses produce from local artisan farmers and offers an exclusive seasonal style of cooking with menus dictated by area harvests. Consequently, the menu is fashioned on a daily basis to take advantage of fresh produce discovered during daily excursions to local providers including Crow’s Pass and Chino Farms. The abundance of the Pacific is also featured with local fish selections and items arriving daily from Hawaii and the North Pacific and Atlantic regions.

Chef Knibb, the beneficiary of San Diego’s Chef of the Year Award by the California Restaurant Association, has been at the rudder of NINE-TEN’s kitchen since September of 2003. Born in Montego Bay, Jamaica, he has trained under some of the country’s most eminent chefs including Wolfgang Puck, Roy Yamaguchi, and Hans Rockenwagner. Indeed, his name is recognized in national culinary circles, having collected a host of awards and accolades for his style and cuisine, including: a “very good to excellent” rating by Zagat Survey®; Gayot’s 2012 Top 10 Molecular Restaurants in the U.S.; and a 2010 Rising Star Chef nod from StarChefs (one of only two chefs in San Diego to be recognized for this coveted honor).

The warm ambiance of NINE-TEN is enhanced with rich mahogany wood accents throughout the narrow, high-ceiling dining room, offering the perfect combination of sophistication and casual elegance. Dining is also available on the sidewalk patio situated on lively Prospect Street where people watching becomes a pastime. Al fresco ocean-view dining is offered on an outdoor terrace with peeks of the Pacific Ocean.

NINE-TEN takes considerable pride in its animated and energetic service, all the while still being tactful and humble. The staff is exceptionally well-trained and refined with respect to the food and preparation methods, as well as wine selections and pairings.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily. Sunday brunch and a Monday through Friday happy hour are also featured in the newly redesigned NINE-TEN.

PLEASE NOTE:  The Passport Unlimited program and other discount programs will not be offered during San Diego Restaurant Week.

Prepkitchen La Jolla

The Prepkitchen restaurant week menu begins at $40 (lunch only, NO brunch on 9/24, 9/30 or 10/1). They do something rather unique for San Diego Restaurant Week inasmuch as they offer their entire menu rather than a few select options. Prepkitchen is looking forward to having you and your loved ones join them for restaurant week done the right way. Following Whisknladle’s mantra of serving quality driven, seasonally minded and inspired food, Prepkitchen La Jolla offers the picture-perfect amalgamation of appealing seasonal comfort food together with heartfelt hospitality. Menu highlights consist of small plates such as bacon wrapped dates (bacon!) and a chef’s whim daily soup, handcrafted pasta dishes, locally sourced meat, poultry, and seafood dishes such as braised short ribs and steamed mussels with fries. Kindly note that a 20% gratuity is added to all checks during restaurant week, and a 3.75% surcharge is also added to all checks.

Puesto La Jolla

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Born in Mexico City and rooted in SoCal, Puesto is an award-winning Mexican Artisan Kitchen offering an energetic and fashionable take on authentic Mexican cuisine in a distinctive and chic atmosphere.

Handmade maiz azul stone-ground tortillas are made daily in house, and sustainable meats and seafood, slow-cooked guisados, and scratch salsas, reveals Puesto’s menu is a gala of essential Mexican essences and a reverence to the cosmopolitan palate of Mexico City, all courtesy of Executive Chef/partner Luisteen Gonzalez and Executive Creative Chef, Katy Smith.

Puesto provides a stimulating craft bar program, supported by judiciously curated agave spirits. They are well-known for their Puesto Perfect Margaritas, in addition to palomas, micheladas and seasonal aguas frescas. You’ll want to be sure to save room for dessert. Indeed, Pastry Chef Jessica Scott, the winner of the Food Network’s Dessert Games, refashions the classics with authentic Mexican flair. Present offerings consist of scrumptious Piña Colada Carrot Cake, Mexican Panna Cotta, and Corn Almond Crust Dark Chocolate Tarts. Need they say more?

Puesto has been awarded the People’s Choice for best taco at the notable Tacolandia competition for the past three years, “Best Taqueria” by Ranch & Coast, “Best Tacos” by San Diego Magazine, and has been named a delicious taco destination by USA TODAY. Puesto has also been featured by media outlets nationally and internationally, some of which include the Huffington Post, Refinery 29, MSN, Insider, Zagat, Eater, Food and Wine, and The LA Times. Join them during San Diego restaurant Week for delectable and delightful menu choices that are sure to please every palate. 

The Marine Room

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If 75 years speaks to anything at all, it’s that superb dining at The Marine Room is simply the lynchpin of a dining experience unlike any other. The Marine Room features an ever-changing story related by crashing surf, golden sun, distinguished sophistication, and a table just for you and your loved ones.

Executive Chef Bernard Guillas and Chef de Cuisine Ron Oliver craft an unusual combination of exclusive, worldwide flavors that pair perfectly with The Marine Room’s exceptional service and vivid beachfront setting. The food, beverages and hospitality combine to make The Marine Room a veritable San Diego landmark. To be sure, this is incomparable dining at its very finest. At The marine Room, you’re not just reserving a table – you’re joining in on an extensive 75-year tradition.

The Shores Restaurant

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Step straight from the warm sands gracing the Pacific and into The Shores. At The Shores Restaurant, fresh seafood and a sustainable, Pacific-inspired menu complement a stunning beachside milieu that invites you to dine among the waves. The Shores offers scenic Pacific Ocean observations, and their bar and open-air patio allow you to savor the finest of La Jolla, not to mention (but they will) appealing servings crafted from farm-fresh ingredients, all courtesy of several area providers.

Executive Chef Bernard Guillas and Chef de Cuisine Percy Oani each bring their own masterful style and taste to fashion The Shores’ distinguished cuisine. Combining the very best of seasonal and local food into every bite, the dining self-confidence of these two top chefs creates something justifiably amazing each and every meal.


Whisknladle’s San Diego Restaurant Week Menu begins at $50. They do something exceptional and offer up their entire menu as opposed to just a few options. Whisknladle hopes that you, your friends and/or loved ones will join them for San Diego Restaurant Week done right. Opened on February 8, 2008, Whisknladle is where the magic first happened and where Chef Ryan won over local and national food critics alike for his commitment to unfussy and seasonal scratch cooking and commitment to create as much food from scratch as possible in house.

Culinary speaking, Whisknladle takes a back-to-the-future approach to cooking by working with seasonal and farm to table products as well as taking the necessary time to make most of the food from scratch, the way it used to be and the way it ought to be. The menu was created by Chef Ryan Johnston since its inception and seeks to reflect the fresh bounty of San Diego’s ever-changing seasons. Through an association with locals such as Suzie’s Farm, Chino Farms, and the most recently acquired Milagro Farm, Whisknladle serves up eminent comfort food that satisfies all five senses. From home-crafted pastas such as squid ink linguine, to rotating flatbreads and locally-sourced seafood dishes like Spanish Octopus, all palates are welcome to pamper the palate in the diverse yet well-known menu, all the while relishing a signature craft cocktail or a glass of homemade sangria.

For a list of additional participating La Jolla restaurants, simply stop by and visit www.sandiegorestaurantweek.com

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