8th annual Stockton Restaurant Week kicks off January 20th through 29th; eat out!

Travel and dine locally; that’s my suggestion as the 8th annual Stockton Restaurant Week kicks off January 20th and runs through January 29.

Restaurants across Stockton will come together for what has become one of Stockton’s most anticipated annual culinary events, Stockton Restaurant Week, January 20-29, 2017.

Stockton Restaurant Week gives local foodies and families the opportunity to explore fixed-price specialty menus from participating restaurants throughout Stockton. Participating locations will offer flavorful selections at a price that won’t break the budget.

Stockton Restaurant Week was created in 2009 to highlight Stockton as a diverse dining destination and give the growing number of local foodies, families, and food fans an opportunity to enjoy fixed-price menus from a wide selection of participating Stockton restaurants.

This delicious 10-day event allows diners to discover new restaurants and support their favorites while enjoying meals at reduced prices. Wes Rhea, CEO at Visit Stockton explains, “Stockton is stocked full of amazing restaurants. As a foodie myself, I enjoy seeing food lovers united with incredible eateries year after year. This year we have an even better variety of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options thanks to the record number of local businesses participating.” Visit Stockton is partnering once again with Visit California to present Stockton Restaurant Week during California Restaurant Month.

Participating Restaurants for 2016 (as of 1/18/17): America Waffles, Angelina’s Spaghetti House, Ave on the Mile, BellaVista Cucina Italiana, Bud’s Seafood Grille, Cast Iron Trading Co., Centrale Kitchen & Bar, Cocoro Bistro, De Vega Brothers, Delta Bistro at University Plaza, Finnegan’s Pub and Grill, Gusty’s Wings, La Palma Mexican Cuisine, Market Tavern, Mezzo, Michael’s New York Style Pizza, Midgley’s Public House, Midtown Creperie, Mile Wine Company, Misaki Sushi & Bar, Papa Urbs, Red Orchids Restaurant, Seoul Soon Dubu, Smitty’s Wings & Things, Squeeze Burger, Thai Me Up, The Abbey Trappist Pub, The Creamery, The Reserve at Spanos Park, and The Shadows Steakhouse.

For more information: The official Stockton Restaurant Week website, stocktonrestaurantweek.com, is being updated with participating restaurants and menus daily. Find additional promotions and giveaways on the Stockton Restaurant Week Facebook page.

So, travel locally, dine locally between January 20-29.  Connect your dining experience with a Stockton Heat hockey game, a visit to the downtown Cineplex, or a visit to the Haggin Museum or San Joaquin Historical Museum in Micke Grove Park. Yummmm!

On the final day, Sunday, January 29, go to breakfast or brunch, and take in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the classic film with Audrey Hepburn, showing that day at downtown Stockton’s Fox California/Bob Hope Theatre (doors open at 1, movie at 2 PM).

Read more from Tim Viall’s travel blog, follow him on Facebook or Twitter; or, email him at tviall@msn.com. Happy travels in your world!

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