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Sonoma County Restaurant Week kicks off today, February 19 and continues for ten days. This year is a bit different in that participating restaurants were not required to offer discounts, given the hard times that restaurants have suffered. An eyeball estimate from a quick scan looks like about half have done so.
In addition to offering a full three-course dinner option, some are featuring a discount on one item, e.g., $3 discount on a Caesar salad at Petaluma's Scowley's Burgers or $10 special prices on selected cocktails at Spoonbar in Healdsburg. There are also breakfast and brunch choices this year, such as the $20 brunch box (Turkish Flatbread-- housemade merguez, feta soft scrambled eggs, braised greens, herbed yogurt. Served with your choice of Today's Mimosa or our famous Persian Mug) from Petaluma's Pearl, one of my favorite eateries in the county, or the $5 for pastry+coffee offered by Retrograde in Sebastopol and the various Costeaux Bakery outlets. Healdsburg's Taste of Tea is offering a limited time seasonal Curry pumpkin ramen with salad, $20, as one of its attractions, as well as 25% off all sakes. The Six oysters+sparkling wine for $20 with the views at The Rooftop bar at Harmon House in Healdsburg sounds like a daily happy hour winner.
To find the spots that have a restaurant week deal, select "Restaurant Week Special" under the "Prices" search term here, https://socorestaurantweek.org/restau... . Then click on the name of the restaurant to pull up its page with the offer.
This is the opportunity to support the restaurant industry with take-away or outdoor dining even if not at discount. The search engine makes it easy to filter by price point, location and amenities to find something for everyone's tastes. Please remember to tip servers generously.
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