“This is San Jose’s first time participating in California Restaurant Month and it’s an incredible opportunity for our guests and locals to experience our destinations range of diverse cuisines,” said Karolyn Kirchgesler, Team San Jose CEO.
Here’s how it works. Below is a list of participating San Jose restaurants. Mention promo code: California Restaurant Month to your server and receive 15 percent off.
Affinity at Hilton San Jose – Affinity offers European-inspired cuisine made with rich, local ingredients available with casual table service, al fresco dining, or an easy 'to go' offering of tasty hot or cold options. *Offer valid during lunch and dinner
Billy Berk’s – Billy Berk’s features a large island bar with an open-air patio with specialty dishes including crab and artichoke hot pot, mojito skirt steak and cedar plank salmon with maple glaze. *Offer valid during dinner
Cafe Stritch – Cafe Stritch delivers on awesome food, craft beer and live music. Known for its great vibe, diverse clientele and genuine ambiance, this hip and casual place is packed and hopping until late. *Offer valid during dinner
Mezcal Restaurant – Mezcal serves up distinctive Oaxacan cuisines specializing in moles. They are also notorious for serving tasty Chapulines (fried grasshoppers). *Offer valid during lunch and dinner
Mosaic Restaurant & Lounge – Enjoy Eats, Beats and Brews at Mosaic Restaurant & Lounge, an Asian fusion restaurant located in Four Point by Sheraton in Downtown San Jose. *Offer valid during dinner
Nemea Greek Taverna – Nemea prides itself on the purity of their dishes that bring out each ingredient's distinct flavor with the best produce, wines, spices, honey, yogurt available. *Offer valid during dinner
San Jose Restaurant Week is part of California Restaurant Month, designated by Visit California. During the past five years, more than 50 destination partners have participated and contributed to its success.
“This year, we’re broadening the program to promote all things culinary across the Golden State, from farmers’ markets and chef tastings to progressive dinners and winemaker specials. Our restaurants are the gateway to California’s abundance of culinary experiences -- now it’s time to peel back the layers to let our visitors experience the talent behind the scenes, from farmers and producers to chefs and winemakers,” said Caroline Beteta, Visit California President & CEO.
In 2014, travelers in California spent $30.1 billion on food and beverages, consisting of 36 percent of all visitor spending (Source: Dean Runyan Associates). Nearly 36 million domestic visitors participated in fine dining throughout the state.