Reservations now open for “Dine About Town San Francisco”
By: Laurie Armstrong
Reservations are now available for “Dine About Town San Francisco” during the second half of its eleventh year on June 1-15, 2012. A total of 111 top San Francisco restaurants are participating, offering a two-course lunch menu for $17.95 and/or a three-course dinner menu for $34.95. This pricing can represent up to a 25 percent savings off regularly priced a la carte items.
The complete restaurant list for “Dine About Town San Francisco” and reservations are available at www.dineabouttown.com, a website of the San Francisco Travel Association.
“June is the perfect time for ‘Dine About Town,’” said Joe D’Alessandro, president and CEO of San Francisco Travel. “There are 111 restaurants participating, including new places to experience and popular favorites all over town to enjoy again. These prices encourage everyone to make the most of San Francisco’s outstanding culinary scene.”
American Express is the preferred method of payment for Dine About Town. Cardmembers will earn a $15 statement credit when they dine three or more times during Dine About Town at any participating restaurants and pay with any registered American Express® Card. To take advantage of this offer, Cardmembers must register through the San Francisco Travel website www.dineabouttown.com.
Five restaurants have joined since the first half of the promotion in January. For June 1-15, the following restaurants are also participating:
Nordstrom Café Bistro
Restaurants that have participated since the first Dine About Town promotion in 2002 include Ana Mandara, AsiaSF, B44, Cliff House, Cosmopolitan, E&O Trading Company, Forbes Island, Fringale, Grand Café, Le Colonial, One Market, Restaurant Lulu, and Scoma’s. New restaurants to participate in the 2012 promotion include 54 Mint, Aurea, Bottle Cap, Café Claude, Caffe Como Eatery, Claudine, Cupola, Eastside West, Il Fornaio Cucina Italiana, Jasper’s Corner Tap & Kitchen, La Mar Cebichería Peruana, Nordstrom Café Bistro, Presidio Social Club, Sauce Belden, Trace, Tres Tequila Lounge & Mexican Kitchen, and Txoko.
Dates and times of participation vary by restaurant. A la carte menus will also be available. Reservations are encouraged and may be made online at www.dineabouttown.com through a partnership with OpenTable.com. Information is also available by calling the San Francisco Travel Association at 415-391-2000. Dine About Town San Francisco sponsors include American Express, BART, the San Francisco Chronicle, SF Weekly, 7 x7 and Westfield San Francisco Centre.
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