Tri-Valley Restaurant Week Focuses on Local Cuisine
TRI-VALLEY, Calif. – Visit Tri-Valley has partnered with the cities and chambers of commerce of Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Danville to host the second annual Taste Tri-Valley Restaurant Week.
Restaurant Week is a 10-day restaurant promotion from February 18-27 that features deals on dozens of restaurants in the Tri-Valley area. Dozens of restaurants will offer prix-fixe menus in a variety of indoor and outdoor settings. Special Restaurant Week menus will soon be posted on the Visit Tri-Valley website.
The week kicks off on Thursday, February 17 with a ticketed four-course menu. Four chefs will each present a dish: Chef Francis Hogan of Pleasanton’s Sabio on Main; chef Matt Greco of Pleasanton’s Salt Craft Bakery and Catering; chef Eduardo Posada of Posada de Livermore; and chef Tullio Rosano of Locanda restaurants, which have locations in Pleasanton, Danville and Livermore. Tickets are available on Tock for $125 per person, including wine pairings. A raffle will benefit Open Heart Kitchen, the largest hot meal program of its kind in the Tri-Valley area.
Participating restaurants include:
- Burma! Burma (Dublin)
- Zephyr Grill (Livermore)
- Bridges Restaurant & Bar (Danville)
- Cylinder valves (Pleasanton)
- Sabio-sur-Main (Pleasanton)
- Salt Artisan Bakery and Catering (Pleasanton)
- Posada (Livermore)
- Locanda Restaurants (Pleasanton, Danville, Livermore)
- Las Positas Vineyards (Livermore)
- Nottingham Cellars (Livermore)
- The Lineage Collection (Livermore)