Orange County is a cultural gem, as its many towns and cities have a countless assortment of rich cuisines to offer. From Sunday, March 6th to Saturday, March 12th, Orange County takes a step further and shows off its best of the best dishes at unbeatable prices during its annual restaurant week.
The area’s most exciting foodie event involves over 100 restaurants! The week calls for an array of gatherings, including family outings, date nights, old friends reuniting, and every occasion in between. What doesn’t bring people together better than delicious food by California’s finest shores? Join Orange County’s eighth year of culinary wonder. After all, it only happens once a year!
Participating cities include:
- Anaheim (Visit Ayres Hotel Anaheim)
- Anaheim Hills
- Buena Park
- Corona Del Mar
- Costa Mesa
- Dana Point
- Huntington Beach
- Laguna Beach
- Laguna Hills
- Laguna Niguel
- Mission Viejo (Visit Ayres Hotel & Spa Mission Viejo and Ayres Hotel Suites Mission Viejo)
- Newport Beach
- Orange (Visit Ayres Hotel Orange and ALO Hotel)
- San Clemente
- San Juan Capistrano
- Santa Ana
- Seal Beach (Visit Ayres Hotel Seal Beach)
This year, Orange County’s Restaurant Week has price-fixed menus, starting at $10, $15, and $20 for lunch and $20, $30, $40, and $50 per person for dinner. The only needed detail to remember is to be sure to book your reservation in advance!
The 2016 OC Restaurant Week also offers a new “LUXE” dining experience. Select restaurants will have the option of Luxe Pairing Dinners for $80 per person.
Can’t wait until March 6th for the food fun to begin? Book a ticket to the 2016 “First Bites” OC Restaurant Week Launch Party, taking place at the Irvine Marriot on Saturday, March 5th. Mingle with fellow foodies from near and far over delicious fare and fine drinks. The event will also feature a live radio broadcast of KFI’s, most notably with “The Fork Report with Neil Saavedra” at center-stage.