In 2018, Stockton Restaurant Week will be bigger than ever.
The annual event, in its ninth year, welcomes foodies from all over to come and enjoy the tastes of Stockton’s local restaurants. It’s a great opportunity for locals looking to satisfy their taste buds with new dishes, without leaving the area.
The event is sponsored by Visit Stockton, in partnership with Visit California, and coincides with a statewide effort, California Restaurant Month, to spotlight local cuisine at various dining spots. Stockton Restaurant Week will be held Jan. 19-28.
“2018 will feature expanded breakfast menus in addition to the amazing lunch and dinner selections our restaurants have offered in the past. Vegan and vegetarian options are also more readily available this year,” said Wes Rhea, Visit Stockton CEO, in a press release.
Every year, participating restaurants create specialty menus for guests to feast on throughout the week. Often, the price point is lower to encourage dining out during a time of year when eating at restaurants is less common for families.
Meals are offered for breakfast, lunch and dinner, however, not all restaurants offer specials at all mealtimes.
As of Jan. 4, the following restaurants had signed on for the festivities: America Waffles, Angelina’s Spaghetti House, AVE on the Mile, BellaVista Cucina Italiana, Blackwater Café, Bud’s Seafood Grille, Cast Iron Trading Co., Central Restaurant, Channel Brewing Company, De Vega Brothers, Deliberation Room, Delta Bistro & Lounge at University Plaza, Finnegan’s Pub and Grill, Green Papaya Restaurant, Market Tavern, Mezzo, Michael’s Pizza, Midgley’s Public House, Mile Wine Company, Misaki Sushi & Bar, Papapavlo’s Bistro & Bar, Seoul Soon Dubu, Squeeze Burger, Superfish Poke & Tea, Taps Bar-N-Grill, Thai Me Up, The Abbey Trappist Pub and The Creamery.
More restaurants and menus are added daily. Follow the fun on Facebook, Facebook.com/Stockton.Restaurant.Week