Dine Out Escondido! Restaurant Week happens every January at over thirty fantastic restaurants in historic downtown and all around town!
Enjoy scrumptious specials from our highly acclaimed chefs, restaurateurs, and eateries. Savor the diverse culinary flavors of Escondido by taking advantage of this opportunity to visit your favorites and create new experiences! Cheers!
Our Dine Out Escondido! restaurants are donating $1 to the North County Food Bank’s FOOD 4 KIDS Backpack Program for every DOE special they sell during Restaurant Week. Please help us give big by enjoying their specials and going to several restaurants during the week!
Whether you’re looking for craft beer foodie burger pairings, local farm-to-fork delights, chef-owned culinary experiences, international flavors, high tea or home cooking… Escondido’s fantastic restaurants have something for everyone!
You’ll find amazing California cuisine as well as French, Italian, Salvadorian, Mexican and more. Each restaurant is celebrating Dine Out Escondido! and they’re ready to welcome you!
Dine Out Escondido!
2018 List of Participating Restaurants…
Brigantine Seafood & Oyster Bar
Carin de Ria
The Sand Crab Tavern
The Wooden Spoon
Vintana Wine + Dine
Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens
A Delight of France Bakery & Bistro
Cuscatlan Salvadorian Cuisine
Cute Cakes Bakery & Cafe
Dominic’s Italian Gourmet
Jalapeño Grill & Cantina
Kettle Coffee & Tea
Plan 9 Alehouse
Sunny Side Kitchen
Suzy Q’s Diner
The Continental Deli
The Grand Tea Room
Westfield North County
Famous Waffle Sandwich
Nordstrom Marketplace Café
On The Border
Our Dine Out Escondido! restaurant participants are donating $1 to FOOD 4 KIDS for every special they sell during our Restaurant Week. Please help us give big by enjoying their amazing specials and going to several restaurants during the week! Cheers!
The North County Food Bank’s FOOD 4 KIDS Backpack Program provides weekend backpacks filled with nutritious food to elementary school students living in poverty (Escondido’s Lincoln Elementary is in the program).
Kids on the program receive free breakfasts and lunches at school Monday through Friday but face hunger at home on the weekends. The backpack of food they receive sees them through the weekend so they can return to school ready to learn on Monday. To feed one child for the entire school year costs $200; for one month it costs $22, and for one weekend it costs $5.50.
For more info about the Food 4 Kids program, go to: sandiegofoodbank.org/food4kids
About California Restaurant Month
California Restaurant Month is a promotional initiative created by Visit California in 2011, designed to encourage post-holiday travel to the Golden State during the month of January and to continue to position the state as the top culinary destination in the country. Visitors can go to visitcalifornia.com to see which destinations are participating.
- California is the top destination in the U.S. for culinary travel, with visitors drawn to the rich and diverse wine, craft beer and food product.
- California produces 90 percent of American wine and is one of the leading agricultural producers in the U.S.
- California has more than 400 agricultural crops, attracting some of the greatest chefs who enjoy creating with the freshest ingredients.
About Visit Escondido
Visit Escondido promotes Escondido’s great variety of attractions, events, and things to do in the heart of San Diego’s North County Inland area. Escondido is home to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens, the California Center for the Arts, Escondido and renowned events such as Cruisin’ Grand, as well as scenic and urban wineries, craft breweries, unique arts & theatre, culinary experiences, and a vibrant historic downtown. Additionally, there are many outdoor activities to take advantage of in the beautiful year-round climate including golf, hiking, biking, fishing, equestrian and sporting events.
Go to VisitEscondido.com for a complete calendar of events, dining, lodging, arts, outdoor activities and attractions information, or call 760-839-4777. The Visitors Center is located at 235 East Grand Avenue and is open Tuesday-Friday, 10am – 4pm.