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Restaurant Week August 16-23

Restaurant Week August 16-23

Get Your Appetites Ready…
         San Antonio’s Restaurant Week Benefiting Culinaria
 This August 16- 23, 2014
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(San Antonio, TX) Culinaria is San Antonio’s premier food and drink non-profit. Thy are on a quest is to celebrate, educate and collaborate with chefs, winemakers and bartenders supporting the city’s food and drink culture. This year’s Restaurant Week will highlight many of the best local chefs, restaurants, and roadside food trucks. As an all-encompassing citywide event, all participating restaurants will donate partial proceeds to benefit Culinaria and its 
continued outreach initiatives, as we continue to #eatdrinkgive.

 

What: Culinaria’s Restaurant Week benefits all of Culinaria’s community outreach programs, making each dining experience a charitable one. It is truly a masterful culinary adventure, as well as an opportunity to try new restaurants and support many local favorites. With each meal ordered specifically for San Antonio Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will donate $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered to benefit Culinaria.
The Menus: Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus— encompassing both three-course lunch menus and four-course dinner menus within two different pricing tiers.
 
* Tier 1 establishments will offer $15 for a three-course lunch menu, and $35 for a four-course dinner menu.
* Tier 2 establishments will off $10 for a three-course lunch menu, and $25 for a four-course for dinner menu.

 

Who: San Antonio Restaurant Week highlights a wide array of dining establishments. Places such as: The Esquire Tavern, Restaurant Gwendolyn, Arcade Midtown Kitchen, Bella on the River, Biga on the Banks, Bite, Bliss, Boardwalk Bistro, Boudro’s, Canyon Cafe, Citrus at Hotel Valencia, Cured, El Machito, Esquire Tavern, FEAST, La Frite Belgian Bistro, Luke, Mariposa, Max’s Wine Dive, Nao, Ostra, Zedric’s, Zinc Bistro and Bar, Tuk Tuk Tap Room, Umai Mi, Tre Trattoria Downtown, Tre Trattoria in Alamo Heights, The Granary, The Fruteria, Stella Public House, Starfish, Piatti, Tribeca, and the list keeps growing.

 

Wait there is more… Restaurant Week on the Move is new this year and will have a designated spot at Travis Park.Join us as we celebrate this new yet moving addition to our festivities at Travis Park on Tuesday, August 19 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

How to Participate: Reservations are encouraged and you can contact each establishment directly, for the complete list, please visit our website as we are constantly adding more and more options for you. http://culinariasa.org/san-antonio/restaurant-weekWhen: August 16- 23, 2014


More About Culinaria:Culinaria is an independent, not-for-profit organization committed to promoting San 
Antonio as a premier wine and food destination while fostering community growth and enrichment. Culinaria is a registered 501 c (3) tax-exempt organization. There is a valued volunteer board of directors who represent the community and guide the organization in its mission.
 
Eat. Drink. Give. By way of providing culinary scholarships and aid to San Antonio’s chefs enduring personal hardships through our Chefs 4 Chefs programs, Culinaria has both promoted and supported the community. Culinaria is ever-growing and trying to find new ways to enrich San Antonio, and its next big endeavor in aiding the San Antonio community will take form in the Culinaria Urban Farm. The purpose of the Urban Farm will be to hone in on true nutritional values and education to promote a farm-to-table diet. Follow Culinaria on Twitter @culinariasa to stay-tuned with the #eatdrinkgive campaign and many more events.
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Stephanie

August 4th, 2014

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