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There are several that I'll check out. It begins tomorrow.

As autumn nights get chillier and chillier, The City is giving a warm welcome back to S.F. Restaurant Week.

The annual celebration of fine dining is hosted by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association, the trade group that advocates for restaurants in local politics and economic policy.

Amy Cleary, director of media relations at GGRA, anticipates a strong showing from member restaurants this year, as the S.F. economy continues to rebound.

“I think they are all standouts. Some new participants include Ancora, Automat, Bodega SF, Cassava is in a new location, Copas, Fiorella Sunset, Ivory & Vina, La Soceite, Linden & Laguna, and Luna,” she said. “I also think the strong participation from Chinatown, through a partnership with Be Chinatown and the Chinatown Volunteer Coalition, is a highlight.”

Restaurant Week, which starts Friday, Oct 21 and runs to Sunday, Oct 30, is designed for people to explore food and restaurant options that they normally wouldn’t think to try. Each participating restaurant offers a prix fixe menu of brunch, lunch or dinner at fixed price points — ranging from $10 to $30 for brunch and lunch and $30 to $75 for dinner.

The week-long event is the perfect time to check out a nearby restaurant you’re curious about, Cleary said, or to revisit an old favorite across town — just make sure you’ve got reservations, because the steep discounts attract customers from far and wide.


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