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Dine About Town - Prix Fixe

For those of you that live in the San Francisco area, this month is the 6th annual Visa sponsored, Dine About Town. You can get a 3-course prix-fixe lunch or dinner ($21.95 and $31.95 respectively) from one of 103 restaurants. The only catch is that you'll have to use your Visa card.

It's a steal for some of these places, but be careful and make sure that the place you choose doesn't have cheaper options off the regular menu.

I'm personally hoping to check a few places out (including Campton Place) and will let you know if I do.

Check out a full list of participating restaurants.

And for those of you not fortunate enough to make it, check out prix fixe menus at some of your local fine eateries. Prix fixe, french for fixed price, refers to a set menu with limited options, offered at a set price. Usually it's a good sampling of what the restaurant has to offer.

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caramel-latte caramel-latte 9 years
Yeah, and I think Boston has something like Restaurant Week or something -- same idea. I am SO excited for this in San Francisco; I've never taken part before. I think I'm going to try the super fancy places I'd never be able to afford otherwise. :) Thanks, Yum!!
puddinpie puddinpie 9 years
^NYCgirl, I think a lot of major cities have these types of Seattle, it's called "25 for $25" and features 25 restaurants that have the 3 course meals for 25 dollars. In Vancouver, it's called "Dine Out" and some restaurants charge $35 for a 3 course, and some charge $25.
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 9 years
:ROTFL: :ROTFL: I spelled something in French wrong!!!!! :oops:
nycgirl nycgirl 9 years
Does SF have Restaurant Week like here in NY? Or is this a substitute? (2 wks a year of $20/$30 prix fixe lunch/dinners at selected restaurants, with no card limitations) I don't even hold a Visa. MasterCard and Amex all the way.
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 9 years
Prixe Fix is everywhere over here and I love it! It's usually the cheaper way to dine at a fancier place!! ;)
KWM KWM 9 years
I love this annual event!
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