Sonoma Wine Country in California has announced the Sonoma County Restaurant Week, dubbed as the “Wine Country’s tastiest time of the year”, from March 18 to 24, featuring a variety of restaurants and culinary options that feature local ingredients at more affordable rates.
“Last year’s Sonoma County Restaurant Week brought in over $1.5 million for Sonoma County, and participating restaurants and diners were thrilled with their experience,” said Ben Stone, director of the Sonoma County Economic Development Board, the organizer of the event, which is in its fourth year.
Participating restaurants will offer three-course prix- fixe dinners for $19, $29 or $39, and will feature the excellent tastes from Sonoma County’s world-class chefs and delicious local ingredients.
The emphasis on farm-fresh food and local wineries means dining out during Restaurant Week is not only beneficial to the restaurant industry, but also for local food suppliers, farmers, wineries, and the economic vitality of Sonoma County.
Restaurant Week also presents the perfect opportunity for locals to rediscover great Sonoma County restaurants, and for visitors to come and get a taste of California’s finest food and wine without breaking the bank.
Sonoma County, located 30 miles north of San Francisco, provides a genuine and adventurous wine country experience, featuring more than 370 wineries, 100-plus organic farms, acclaimed restaurants, a thriving arts community, and 55 miles of stunning Pacific coast.