Stimulate your appetite, SF’s economy with “Dine About Town” 

Part of bouncing back from a recession means we all need to spend more money. Here is a chance to support your local restaurants.  The Summer 2010 “Dine About Town San Francisco” restaurant promotion is now in full swing, where residents can select from more than 100 restaurants participating in the Convention & Visitors Bureau’s annual Dine About Town San Francisco event. The twice-yearly restaurant promotion provides a “culinary stimulus package” for both locals and visitors with a two-course lunch menu for $17.95 and/or a three-course dinner menu for $34.95, which represents a savings of up to 25 percent on most entrees, according to the Bureau.

“For the past nine years, Dine About Town has continued to drive revenue during what were once considered slower periods for restaurants in San Francisco,” said Joe D’Alessandro, president and CEO, SFCVB. “Despite the present economy, dining out remains one of The City’s top attractions.”

The complete Dine About Town restaurant list, which includes many of the participating chef’s summer menus, is posted on San Francisco’s official visitor website

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