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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Dine About Town Makes Its Summer Return ― the Launch Party's Tomorrow

Posted By on Tue, May 25, 2010 at 12:21 PM

Just in time for holiday vacationers and locals looking for a reason to go out, Dine About Town is back. The Convention & Visitors Bureau's twice-yearly restaurant promo runs June 1-15. Diners at participating S.F. eateries can get a break on pricing for two-course lunches ($17.95) and 3-course din-din ($34.95).

Another DAT kickoff party under the Dome at the Westfield Center goes down tomorrow night. Based on our attendance at the last party, which raised $6,080 for Meals on Wheels, we highly recommend anyone thinking of attending to line up a good 15 minutes before the 6 p.m. start time. There's no guarantee of getting your grub on if you arrive late, but you can comfort yourself to the beats of a DJ called Jamon Iberico, while sipping from an "Only in San Francisco" glass that's yours to keep. An advance ticket is required; full lineup of party restaurants and wineries is at DAT's site. Launch party details after the jump.

Event details:

Dine About Town Launch Party

Date: Weds., May 26, 6 p.m.

Where: Westfield Shopping Centre Dome, 845 Market (at Fourth St.)

Cost: $25 advance general admission, 21 and over only

Tickets: Online via the S.F. Convention & Visitors Bureau

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