If you made a New Year’s resolution to eat better in the new year, your chance is coming up.
Restaurant Week is only a few weeks away, and Culinaria is excited to continue their mission of celebrating, educating and collaborating with chefs, winemakers and bartenders supporting the Alamo City’s food and drink culture.
Beginning Monday, Jan. 18, and going through Saturday, Jan. 23, guests will be able to dine at participating restaurants and experience the quality, variety and hospitality that embody the San Antonio dining experience. This citywide event will highlight many of the best local chefs and restaurants, including both new additions to San Antonio’s culinary scene and beloved mainstays. All participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds to benefit Culinaria’s Urban Farm. With each meal ordered for San Antonio Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will donate $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered.
Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus – encompassing three-course lunch and/or dinner menus within two different pricing tiers:
*Tier 1 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner
*Tier 2 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $10 for lunch and $25 for dinner
Reservations are encouraged, and you can contact each establishment directly. For an up-to-date list of participating restaurants, click here.
All proceeds of Restaurant Week will support The Culinaria Urban Farm: Coming to life in Spring of 2016, the Urban Farm is a strategic extension of Culinaria in the form of education and the homegrown effort of many passionate chefs, food professionals, farmers, volunteers, sponsors and a very passionate staff. The Urban Farm will become a place to learn where your food comes from, while chefs play a starring role in showing you how to create the best flavors from the food you can grow at home.
For more information, email email@example.com on how you can become a sponsor, volunteer or help build and work on the farm.