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Alameda Restaurant Week Starts March 25

Alameda Restaurant Week will run Friday, March 25 through Sunday, April 3, 2022, after being postponed due to the sharp rise in COVID infections and resulting staffing shortages earlier this year. It was originally scheduled to start the second week of January.

Now in its fifth year, Restaurant Week 2022 will be a ten day event celebrating the culinary delights our island city provides. Participating businesses will offer special menus for diners to enjoy. With more than 40 participating restaurants, bars, breweries, and wineries, it will be a great opportunity to try a location, dish, or drink around the city that you’ve never had before. The scheduling will coincide with similar events held in Oakland and Berkeley.

As further incentive, Restaurant Week will be offering a raffle including more than $1000 in prizes to participants. This year it is even easier to enter to win! All you need to do is have a meal from a participating restaurant during Restaurant Week — by pickup, outdoor dining, or delivery — and upload a photo of the receipt to the event’s raffle page. Each unique receipt uploaded counts as one entry.

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Alameda Restaurant Week 2022 will feature dozens of establishments and the chance to win more than $1000 in raffle prizes.

Participating establishments include: Abigail’s Moroccan Cafe, Alameda Cinema Grill, Alameda Comedy Club, Alley & Vine, Asena Restaurant, Bhan Mae Vane, Bluefin Sushi & Thai, BOWLD BBQ, Bucket O’ Crawfish, C’era Una Volta, Cafe Jolie, Donut Petite, Dragon Rouge Bistro, East End, East Ocean, Hang Ten, Julie’s Coffee & Tea Garden, Lola’s Chicken Shack, McGee’s, Ohgane Korean BBQ, Park Street Tavern, Shell Shock Seafood House, Speisekammer, Spinning Bones, The Fireside Lounge, The Preacher’s Daughter, Toomie’s Thai, Trabocco, Tucker’s Ice Cream, Up 2U Thai Eatery, and Whisk Cake Creations.

The event is organized by the City of Alameda’s Department of Community Development.

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