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Are you tired of eating at the same restaurants because you don’t want to spend an arm and a leg at a restaurant that you might not like? Or maybe you just want to visit one of your favorite restaurants at a discounted price with a new experience. Whatever the reason, Culinaria’s Restaurant Week has you covered.
Culinaria was started in 2000 by a group of people (volunteer chefs and foodies alike) to help put San Antonio on the culinary map.And I’d say they succeeded. In 2017 San Antonio was awarded Creative City of Gastronomy by United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).There are only 26 cities in the world; yes, THE WORLD, San Antonio becoming the 2nd in USA.I can’t say Culinaria was responsible, but it couldn’t hurt.
One of their many events they created was Restaurant Week.Restaurant Week starts January 20 and goes through February 1st and there are nearly 100 participating restaurants this year.You can definitely find something that suits you.The participating restaurants will offer a $15, 3 course lunch; $25 brunch; or a $35 & $45, 3 course dinner.Click the link to see a list of menus below.I love to participate every year as much I can. I wish I can name all of the restaurants I’ve tried but there are just too many. Some were incredible, most were great, and a few were sub-par. For the most part, I like to try restaurants I’ve never been to. This year I’m going to try “Brasao Brazilian Steakhouse’ (Dinner Only), “Maverick Texas Braserie” (Lunch and Dinner available), and “Tributary” (Lunch and Dinner available”.
I am sure there will be a couple of other restaurants I will try in the next two and a half weeks, also.i hope this will get you to participate this year! Let me know if you try any and what you thought about them.
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Harold John Baeza moved to San Antonio from a small West Texas town when he was 5 years old . Since then, he has developed a love for the city and his beloved San Antonio Spurs. Living in different ar....
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