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What do you get when you spend a week dining about town at some of the best restaurants in the city? Happiness.

Well, there’s also the bloating. But, let’s stick with ‘happiness.’

SF Restaurant Week is here. SF RESTAURANT WEEK IS HERE. In fact, SF Restaurant Week started yesterday and runs through January 30th. So, um, really, it should be “San Francisco Restaurant Week and a Half.”

Oh, wait. You don’t live near San Francisco? Well, you should move.
Oh, wait. So you do live near San Francisco? Well, are you going to meet us at Chino for dinner (pictured above)?

But, let’s talk about Chino for a quick moment — to which, we’ve learned, can be shortened to quick mo’. No, not quick homo. Quick mo’, as in moment. Get it? Okay, good. We can’t express enough how much we love Chino. Well, yes, we can. We LOVE Chino. From soup dumplings (our absolute favorite) to slushy boba cocktails (yes, literally alcoholic boba drinks!), Chino’s a good balance between ‘trend’ and actually ‘great food.’ Our tip, though? Just make sure to get the Edible Cocktail — an assortment of jello shots made to appear like sashimi.

Here’s everything you need to know to have a successful Restaurant Week experience:

  1. Make a lunch or dinner reservation through OpenTable at a participating restaurant through January 30. ($0.25 of every cover sold through OpenTable bookings will benefit the SF-Marin Food Bank!)
  2. Dine 🙂
  3. Enjoy 😀
  4. Repeat!

BONUS: Diners that eat at at least four (4) or more participating restaurants during Restaurant Week will be eligible to be rewarded with twelve (12) $100 gift certificates. To enter do the following:

  1. Make your reservations
  2. Order from the restaurant week menu(s).
  3. Take a photo inside each of the places you visit, with the featured restaurant week menu next to your food.
  4. When you have 4+ photos from restaurants you’ve eaten at during restaurant week, create ONE post on SF Restaurant Week’s Facebook page that includes the photos and names the restaurants you ate at with the hashtag #SFRW.

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