Below in the SJDA press release you will also find a list of events to pair with your dining experiences. To see the full list of participating restaurants, head over here.
SAN JOSE – Downtown diners can experience a new hot spot every night over 10 days this June, when restaurants offer specially priced, three-course meals for Dine Downtown.
From June 10 to June 19, downtown restaurants create special menus for Dine Downtown. Options include new up-and-coming restaurants and recognized, award-winning downtown icons. There’s a meal to meet every want – from Hawaiian to Asian-inspired comfort food to steakhouses, Italian food and beyond. See all of the restaurants and menus at http://dinedowntownsj.com.
Since food is also about community, the dining experience isn’t just for the joy of a great meal. Dine Downtown sponsor Sysco will donate $1 to Martha’s Kitchen for every meal purchased. Martha’s Kitchen has provided hot meals to the hungry for 35 years.
Dine Downtown is a great week to explore all the area has to offer – from great food to arts. Be sure to check out these great events downtown at the same time:
- You and I: Play-goers "take the leap into an unexpected friendship" with a poignant and insightful story about two teenagers. City Lights Theater. www.cltc.org
- The Art of Fashion: A special preview of a collection that will be shown at Anne & Mark’s Art Party. http://pivot-artfashion.com
- Third Thursday: After-hours with live music, food, drinks and, of course, art at the San Jose Museum of Art. http://sjmusart.org/calendar
- Wild Party: A musical and whodunit set in the Roaring 20s. The Stage Theater Company. http://www.thestage.org
For a full list of downtown events, visit www.sjdowntown.com/events.
Arts, giving and great food: That’s what great community and Dine Downtown are about.
Reservations taken through Open Table: http://www.opentable.com/promo.aspx?pid=365&m=4
About Martha’s Kitchen: Martha’s Kitchen has served more than 3 million meals to San Jose’s hungry over 35 years. Based between Willow Glen and downtown, it provides meals to service agencies and through its own dining room.
About Sysco: Sysco helps the foodservice industry satisfy diners’ appetites with 194 locations throughout the U.S., Bahamas, Canada, Ireland & Northern Ireland. http://www.sysco.com
About the SJDA: The non-profit San Jose Downtown Association was founded in 1986 to represent businesses and property owners. It works to enhance downtown’s vitality. http://sjdowntown.com