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Friday, August 5, 2011

Restaurants Announced For 2011 OC Wine and OC Beer Weeks!

The Orange County Restaurant Association has announced the restaurants participating in its two new events set to debut this year: OC Wine Week, September 25th through October 1st, and OC Beer Week, October 2nd through October 8th. These back-to-back weeklong events will offer food, wine and beer aficionados fantastic dining options and unbeatable prices at Orange County’s top restaurants.

Following are confirmed to participate in both events (menus will be posted online at http://www.ocwineandbeerweek.com/, the official site for both events):

§ 6ix Park Grill
§ Alcatraz Brewing Company
§ Anaheim White House
§ Andrei's
§ AnQi
§ Avanti Cafe
§ Bacchus Secret Cellar
§ Bayside
§ Bistango
§ Buffalo Wild Wings
§ Bluewater Grill
§ Brasserie Pascal
§ Brix Brews
§ Capital Grille
§ Catal and Uva Bar
§ Chapter One
§ Charlie Palmer's
§ Clancy's Clubhouse
§ Crow Burger Kitchen
§ Enne Cucina Italiana
§ French 75
§ GG's Bistro
§ Great Maple
§ Harborside Pavillion
§ Haven Gastropub
§ Hotel Laguna
§ Hooter's
§ House of Big Fish and Ice Cold Beer
§ House of Blues
§ JT. Schmid's Restaurant & Brewery
§ Katsuya - coming soon to Laguna Beach
§ Kimera
§ K'ya Bistro
§ K'ya Street Fare
§ Leatherby's
§ LUCCA
§ Luggatti's
§ Lulu's Creperie Cafe
§ Nieuport 17
§ Maggiano's Little Italy
§ Matador Cantina
§ Marrakesh
§ Memphis at the Santora
§ Mozambique
§ Nello Cucina
§ Newport Beach Brewing Co.
§ Newport Landing
§ Nirvana Grille
§ OC Brewhouse
§ O'Neill's Bar & Grill
§ Orea Taverna & Wine Bar
§ Orange Hill Restaurant
§ Pablos Cantina
§ Phans 55
§ Pinot Provence
§ Pizzeria Ortica
§ Primecut Cafe
§ Quattro Cafe
§ RA Sushi
§ Red Table Restaurant
§ Riptide Rockin Sushi
§ Royal Khyber
§ Ruth's Chris Steak House
§ Sage
§ Savannah Chop House
§ silver trumpet restaurant and bar
§ Simply Fondue
§ SOL Cocina
§ South Coast Winery
§ Sundried Tomato
§ taco asylum
§ Tapas Restaurant
§ The Crow Bar and Kitchen
§ The Deck on Laguna
§ The Derby Deli and Dueling Piano Bar
§ The Dock
§ The Loft
§ The Porch
§ The Ritz Restaurant & Garden
§ Tommy Bahama Island Grille
§ Tradition by Pascal
§ True Food Kichen
§ Tusca
§ Wine Lab
§ Zimzala


This unique culinary celebration will replace the fall OC Restaurant Week with prix-fixe menus and wine-pairing options during OC Wine Week, September 25th through October 1st. Immediately following will be OC Beer Week, October 2nd through October 8th with equally interesting beer offerings throughout the county.

“Our goal is to keep things fresh, fun and delicious, so it seemed natural to shake things up by producing OC Restaurant Week just once per year and introduce an event that many other Metro areas throughout the U.S. already know and love,” commented Pamela Waitt, president of the OC Restaurant Association. “The back-to-back weeks of wine and beer fun will offers options for every taste and budget so that those interested may take advantage of amazing deals at the best restaurants in OC and maybe even try new restaurants. Really, there will be something for everyone!”

Presenting sponsors for the 2011 OC Wine Week and OC Beer Week include Orange Coast Magazine, Cox Wireless, OC Metro, LA Times, M Magazine, Socal PBS, Playlist 92.7 FM, Moxxe PR, Greer’s OC, DiningOut Magazine, OCStandard, OpenTable, and OCfoodies. For general information, or to learn about participation or sponsorship opportunities for the Orange County Restaurant Association, please visit http://www.ocrestaurantassociation.org/.

2 comments:

  1. The overflowing booze were awesome. We hit up the place and we loved the ambiance. Seems everyone enjoyed the treats.

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  2. I'll certainly visit some places during wine week. I don't like beer but I'm fond of good quality wine. I used to learn how to choose a good one here https://sites.google.com/site/collegewritingservicesreview/ Can you please recommend some places in Salt Lake City?

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