Your lunch and dinner plans just got a whole lot easier, at least for the week starting January 20th. That’s when about 130 restaurants across San Francisco will offer two and three course fixed price lunch and dinner menus.

Prices start at $15 (per person) for lunch and $40 for dinner.

Organizers — of Golden Gate Restaurant Association — say that 25 different cuisines are represented in this year’s edition of what’s known as San Francisco Restaurant Week.

A quick scan of participating restaurants reveals several interesting choices. Decisions, decisions, decisions. For example:

AQ ($65/person)

Winter carrots, smoky bleu cheese & chestnuts

Preserved wild ramps, brown rice, aromatic shrimp jus

Flat iron steak or Local trout

Wild honey, pomegranate & beer

San Francisco Restaurant Week
Loni Stark of Stark Insider dining in San Francisco.

Terzo ($65/person)

Choice of one small plate

Choice of one large plate

Choice of one dessert

Choice of one glass of Red or White wine

Lolinda ($40/person)

Ensalada de Palmito, Empanadas de Espinaca, Ceviche Mixto

Asado Mixto

Escabeche

Churros

Tables can be booked online on the SF Restaurant Week web site. The program was formerly known as “Dine About Town” and rebranded last year.

SF Restaurant Week runs January 20 – 31, 2016 — an extra looong week, thankfully.

With Loni Stark in San Francisco.

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