SF Restaurant Week 2020

01/22/2020 11:30 AM - 01/31/2020 11:55 PM PT

Admission

  • Free  -  GGRA Member Rate
  • $300.00  -  Non-GGRA Member Rate

Location

City Wide
San Francisco, CA
United States of America

Summary

January 22- 31, 2020. SF Restaurant Week is a program to promote San Francisco's world-class dining community. Restaurants city-wide offer prix fixe lunch and dinner menus. Participating is a great way for diners to discover your restaurant for the first time or support it as an old favorite.

Get the best value! Become a GGRA Member now and participate in SF Restaurant Week at no additional cost. Our Membership dues begin at $300. Contact ggra@ggra.org to learn more!

Description

SF Restaurant Week - January 22 - 31, 2020


Restaurant Week is here again! Here are the details.


Program Cost:


Current GGRA Restaurant Member: Complementary with membership ($0 registration fee)
Non-GGRA Member Restaurant: $300


Get the best value! Become a GGRA Member now and participate in SF Restaurant Week at no additional cost. Our Membership dues begin at $300. Click here to register.

 

ALL participants are required to:
1) Pledge to donate 1% of SF Restaurant Week Menu sales to Restore California (more details below).
2) Provide GGRA with a $100 gift card. These gift cards are used for social media giveaways to encourage diners to dine out at 4 or more participating restaurants during SF Restaurant Week, as well as throughout the year. 


Gift Cards can either be emailed to Alex Wagner at ggra@ggra.org or mailed to our office:
Golden Gate Restaurant Association
845 Market Street, Suite 450
San Francisco, CA 94103

 

Registration Deadline- The deadline has been extended to December 20, 2019:


You must register your restaurant to participate, pay the registration fee (if you do not have an active GGRA membership), and send us a $100 gift certificate on or before December 20, 2019. If you are unsure about your restaurant's membership status with the GGRA, please contact ggra@ggra.org.  


The sooner you register and submit your menus, the more likely you’ll be featured in marketing and media placements! We have some exciting marketing opportunities lined up and need your confirmation in order to feature you and your restaurant. 


Menu Submission Deadline:


Your restaurant will be included on the participating restaurant list on the www.sfrestaurantweek.com website. There will also be a link to view your menu and make a reservation. Your SFRW menu(s) must be sent to us (in PDF format, incorporating the SF Restaurant Week logo) no later than January 4, 2020.  It is to your advantage to submit your menus as early as possible. The sooner you apply and submit the necessary documents, the more likely you are to be featured in marketing collateral. Reservations are made based on visible menus. Restaurants that submit earlier tend to get more reservations (pending menu quality). 

 

Menu Formats:


This year's SF Restaurant Week will feature two menu types at four price points:
Lunch (2 course): $15.15 or $25.25
Dinner (3+ course): $40.40 or $65.65


You can choose to offer either a lunch or dinner menu, or offer both. We ask you to offer it continuously throughout the duration of the program (including weekends) to provide the best possible experience to guests. 

 

Restore California Donation:


For Restaurant Week 2020, The Golden Gate Restaurant Association is proud to highlight Restore California, a collaboration between the State of California and Zero Foodprint to direct 1% per SF Restaurant Week Menu sold toward climate-friendly farming practices on local farms. In order to support this initiative, we've raised the price of SF Restaurant Week menus by 1%. Each restaurant participating in Restaurant Week must pledge to donate that 1% to Restore California. The cumulative impact of these funds will help create healthy soil on many acres as a way to address the climate crisis and restore a broken food system.


100% of the funds donated to Restore California from San Francisco Restaurant Week is being distributed to carbon farming projects in California as part of a new program in which restaurants, diners and farmers are working together to build healthy soil as climate solution. New Soil Science and Bio-Geo-Chemistry is showing that we can turn enough atmospheric carbon into healthy soil carbon to lower global temperatures. These carbon farming practices also have many other co-benefits including creating better flavor, more nutritious food, improved water conservation and stronger climate resilience. Participating farmers are signing contracts to use the money to implement carbon farm plans as part of a statewide movement toward renewable farming.  

 

Still have questions?

 

Visit our FAQ page or contact us at ggra@ggra.org

 

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