Check out our guide to Stockton Restaurant Week—you’ll find the best deals, dishes, and places worth visiting!
We may be doing it a bit differently this year, but Stockton Restaurant Week is back for the 12th year, and our restaurants are offering some great incentives. In order to still provide you with amazing food while also following safety guidelines, all of our deals focus on take-out options so you can enjoy these dishes in the comfort of your own home. Best yet, we've created an "Mobile Dining Pass" so you can redeem these deals easily.
From January 15-24, nearly 30 restaurants will offer fixed-price specialty menus with special deals and even a few options found exclusively on the mobile pass. It's all as easy as could be, with the possible exception of figuring out which deals to take advantage of. With so many choices, it can be hard to choose. So we broke them up by cuisine type to try to help.
Below is a selection of the many deals each location is offering. Head over to the Restaurant Week page and find their full offerings under each restaurant's name.
Sweetbot Café are offering some fun and exciting incentives for Restaurant Week. (Deals to be inserted when menus arrive)
Angelina's Spaghetti House has two different options, both good for the whole family. Choose between the ten piece herb chicken dinner for $50 or chicken marsala for $55. Please give them one hour's notice when ordering.
De Vega Brothers are pulling out the stops with their deals for lunch or dinner. (awaiting menu)
You can get a whole four-course dinner for $30 from Mezzo through our mobile dining pass. The main courses are your choice of Bolognese-style lasagna or a vegan vegetable primavera pasta as a main followed by tiramisu for dessert.
While we can debate whether pizza is Italian or American cuisine, what isn't up for debate is just how amazing the pies from Michael's New York Style Pizza is. For restaurant week, they're offering (insert deal here)
American Waffle Diner has three deals this year. You can opt for the meat lover breakfast burritos with potatoes for $39.99, fried chicken and waffles for $29.99 or the family platter with your choice of waffles, pancakes or French toast for $45.99. Each options feeds 4-6 people.
Cast Iron Trading Co. is running specials that actually change throughout the week. First is the New Orleans Weekend on Jan 14-16 for a meal that includes shrimp and grits, a Cajun burger and other favorites. On Tuesday, Jan. 19, they're doing an exclusive Restaurant Week Taco Tuesday Night with various tacos to choose from, including some all new ones. Vegans will have three days celebrating just them, with a wide and innovative array of vegan dishes Jan. 21-23.
If you like options, then The Kitchen at Stonebrier has several. A pair of crepe choices for breakfast, a Hawaiian sweet roll French toast for brunch, several lunch options and even more dinner choices. Essentially you could spend the whole week here and get something new every day.
Market Tavern has two different multi-course dinner choices for their restaurant week deals. The $36 dinner starts with choice of soup or salads, with main courses of either a half roasted chicken, winter lasagna or Market Tavern Cioppino. The $45 option also starts with soup or salad before moving on to your choice of two pizzas.
Prime Table's dinner options are simply delectable. The $39 dinner includes main courses of either 8 o.z. prime rib, Mishima Wagyu Bavette steak, Mary's chicken marsala or a 10 o.z. New York steak.
Sometimes you just need a burger. Squeeze Burger will oblige, offering a $12 lunch featuring their burger with cheese, fries and a soft drink. The $24 family meal options feeds two and includes two Squeeze burgers, while the $48 family meal feeds four with four burgers.
Whirlows Tossed and Grilled (deals coming)
Yosemite Meat Market & Deli (deals coming)
La Baja Birrieria Tijuana is tempting taste buds with (insert deals here)
Mi Ranchito Café created a $25.99 fajita lunch that feeds two. You can choose from chicken or beef fajitas with a large selection of extras to add to it.
If you're a fajita lover, then Octavio's will be your hangout this year. They have two specials featuring sizzling-hot fajitas. Other options include chile Colorado, chili Verde among many others.
La Mesa, a Mexican Kitchen (deals coming)
Stockton mainstay Papapavlo's is bringing their take on Mediterranean cuisine to restaurant week with (insert deal here.)
You have numerous options from Sugar Mediterranean Bistro. You have a $14.95 lunch or dinner with a choice of gyros pita combo or Sugar's chicken and shrimp jambalaya.
Go Falafel has a "$40 for 4" meal deal with yournvhoice of falafel or gyro and soft drinks and fries. The $54.99 family meal feeds four to six includes a kabob, shawarma, five falafels and baklava for dessert.
Cocoro Bistro is one of the first restaurants that ever joined our Restaurant Week, and 12 years later the new owners are really embracing the spirit. They have half a dozen exclusive offers. They include a chicken teriyaki meal for $40, chicken Katsu for $42, sesame chicken for $44, Tonkatsu for $44 and beef teriyaki for $52. Each feeds a family of four. They also have a $30 fried roll special.
Kyodai Sushi really went all out with options for their deal. The $50 dinner has two courses, each with your choice of two options, including crispy gyoza, grilled albacore or Hamachi tacos, among others. The second course lets you choose two of nine different sushi rolls, including Pacific, cupcake, spicy tuna, and California, among others.
Masa Contemporary Japanese Lounge has a $50 family meal and a $60 roll special. The first includes soup, salad, Gyoza, edamame, chicken or beef teriyaki. The roll special includes California, spicy tuna, tempura, Philadelphia or Blue Brothers roll.
Musubi Café is showcasing their Hawaiian food with a $22 special good for lunch or dinner. It includes a teriyaki chicken rice bowl, a loaded and a supreme musubi, one spamda, one miso soup and a Hawaiian craft drink.
Shomi Japanese Restaurant has three different specials, including a $20 vegetarian offering featuring tofu teriyaki, spicy miso edamame, avocado roll and Miso soup. Other options include a $25 special with beef teriyaki, and a $40 family meal with chicken teriyaki, beef Gyoza and more.
Options abound at Bud's Seafood Grille. There are three family meals that feed 4 ranging from $36, $37 and $50. Two more options feed two for $42 and $50. Food options include clam chowder, fish and chips and deep fried or grilled prawns.
Port City Sports Bar and Grill has a three-course dinner for $5 with chips and salsa, soft tacos or keto tacos and dessert. There's also a family meal that feeds two for $20. Choose your type of 16-inch pizza, with salad and a brownie for dessert.
German Guy's German Restaurant has options for both single dinners or family meals. Single dinners are $14.99 each and include choices of bratwurst, various schnitzels and home-made soups. The family meals feed two people and cost $30. Those choices schnitzels, handmade potato pancakes and other traditional German fare.
There are several delicious choices offered by Fat City Brew & BBQ. They include a loaded hot dog, breakfast burger and deep-fried ribs. There's also a $20 meat plate and a $50 family meal with 1.5 pounds of meat of your choice.
Head out east to Waterloo, CA Restaurant for some great deals, includin an 8 o.z. filet mignon sandwich, or family meals with choices of Waterloo roasted chicken, ribs or minestrone.
Stockton Restaurant Week returns Friday, January 15 through Sunday, January 24. For more information, go to: www.stocktonrestaurantweek.com. Use #StocktonRestaurantWeek on your posts during your 10-day adventure for a chance to win gift cards to participating restaurants!
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