Participating restaurants include local favorites such as Scott’s Restaurant, The Golden Truffle, La Cave, Old Vine Café and Santa Monica Seafood, along with several South Coast Plaza restaurants including Marché Moderne and Charlie Palmer. Diners will be able to take advantage of deals up to 40% off regular prices.
Costa Mesa Restaurant Week 2012 will kick off on August 16 with an invitation-only event located in Noguchi Garden in Costa Mesa. In partnership with Riviera Magazine and catered by Mastro’s Steakhouse, the event’s master of ceremonies will be Jamie Gwen, local celebrity chef and radio personality. Proceeds of a silent auction at the event will benefit Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in Costa Mesa.
“We’re so pleased with last year’s results,” said Paulette Lombardi-Fries, President of the Costa Mesa Conference & Visitor Bureau. “All participating restaurants saw a measurable business increase over the week, and people from all around Southern California came to town to try some of our fantastic restaurants. This year will be even bigger and better!”
For more information on Costa Mesa Restaurant Week, visit CostaMesaRestaurantWeek.org.
Costa Mesa is the home of such Orange County landmarks as South Coast Plaza, Segerstrom Center for the Arts and the OC Fair and Event Center. With its southernmost border only one mile from the Pacific Ocean, Costa Mesa’s hotels, dining, entertainment offerings and superb shopping venues make it an excellent Southern California tourist destination.
The Costa Mesa Conference & Visitor Bureau was established in 1995. The Bureau’s primary goal is to encourage leisure travel to Costa Mesa by engaging in marketing programs and events for the city of Costa Mesa. For more information on travel to the city of Costa Mesa, visit www.TravelCostaMesa.com. The Costa Mesa Conference & Visitor Bureau is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization.