Oakland Launches Its First-Ever Restaurant Week

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For the first year ever, Oakland is launching its counterpart to San Francisco’s Dine About Town: it’s called ~OAKLAND RESTAURANT WEEK~, and it debuts January 23rd-29th. Participating restaurants will serve prix-fixe dinner menus (and some lunch menus) for only $20, $30, or $40. The resto list is hot, so don’t forget to make a reso.

Here’s sampling of who’s signed up: Bocanova (four-course family-style lunch $20, four-course family-style dinner $30), Chop Bar (three courses plus red or white wine $30), Encuentro, Oliveto, Ozumo, Pican, and Plum (four courses $40). You’ll also want to look for tasting events with wineries and food producers.

Intrigued? Ready to cross a bridge? (Or maybe you’re already on that side of the bay.) Check out the whole list:

Amba
Bay Wolf
Bellanico Restaurant & Wine Bar
Blue Oak at Oakland Museum of California ($30 for three course dinner plus a glass of house red or white wine)
Bocanova ($20 for a four-course family-style lunch $30 for a four-course family-style dinner)
Camino
Chop Bar ($30 for three courses plus red or white wine)
Encuentro
The Fat Lady
Flora
Italian Colors
Kincaid’s
Level 2 at Marriott Oakland City Center ($30 for four courses)
Mimosa Champagne Lounge ($20 for three courses, or $20 for one flavored Champagne cocktail, an appetizer, and a dessert)
Miss Pearl’s Jam House ($20 for three-course lunch, $30 for three-course dinner)
Monaghans on the Hill
Montclair Bistro ($40 for four courses)
Oliveto
Ozumo
Paragon at the Claremont Hotel ($30 for three courses)
Pican
Plum ($40 for four courses)
Scott’s
Seison Restaurant, Bar & Lounge at the Washington Inn
Sidebar
Trappist
Yoshi’s

Go get ‘em.

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Sunday Jan 23, 2011 – Saturday Jan 29, 2011
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