Restaurants that want in on the action still have time.
If you remember Arizona Restaurant Week, that time of the year (years ago) when many local restaurants would offer a special menu for a week, then this should sound familiar.
A Visit Tucson sponsored promotion, Sonoran Restaurant Week seeks to accomplish a few different things: draw attention to local restaurants during one of the slower months, expose restaurants to people that might not have been to the establishment before, and help support the Community Food Bank.
The first annual Sonoran Restaurant Week: A Celebration of Tucson City of Gastronomy will take place from Friday, September 6 through Sunday, September 15. At least 30 restaurants are releasing limited three-course meals at discounted prices.
“We’re excited to see Sonoran Restaurant Week unfold, and the Community Food Bank is thrilled to benefit from an event that showcases our vibrant, local restaurant community,” said Michael McDonald, CEO of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.
The three-course dinners will range from $25 to $35 a person.
In the meantime, take a look at the restaurants that have already signed on to spread the flavors.
While a hefty selection of restaurant are already on board to participate, there’s still room for more. Restaurant registration link below.
Sonoran Restaurant Week Participating Restaurants
- Blanco Taco + Tequila
- BOCA Tacos y Tequila
- El Charro Cafe
- Charro Del Rey
- Charro Steak
- Charro Vida
- The Coronet
- Culinary Dropout
- Cup Cafe
- Ermanos Craft Beer & Wine Bar
- Flying V Bar & Grill
- GOLD at Westward Look
- Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort
- HUB Restaurant & Ice Creamery
- Maynards Market & Kitchen
- North Italia
- OBON Sushi Bar Ramen
- Penca Restaurante
- PY Steakhouse
- Reforma Modern Mexican. Mezcal + Tequila
- Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink
- Renee’s Organic Oven
- Ten55 Brewing Company
- Tito and Pep
- Zinburger (Both Locations)
- Zona 78
More local restaurants are welcome to register for the 10- day celebration and help raise funds and awareness for the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.
“Food security is so important to our success as a community,” said chef Ryan Clark of PY Steakhouse. “We’re excited to support the Food Bank and their programming, while treating guests to our locally-inspired menu and hospitality at PY Steakhouse during Sonoran Restaurant Week.”
For more information on Sonoran Restaurant Week, visit sonoranrestaurantweek.com.