Itâ€™s the last full week of September! The days are getting noticeably shorter and the temperatures are cooling just a bit now that Fall is officially here! Â Yet itâ€™s a busy week ahead especially if you are a food aficionado! Â See what activities we have gathered to keep you entertained this week!Â
September 24 – October 1 – San Diego Restaurant Week. Â Over 180 restaurants are participating in this yearâ€™s event which showcases the diverse and upcoming culinary world in San Diego county. Â No passes, tickets or coupons are required, simply visit your favorite participating restaurants during the week to enjoy special prix fixe menus. Â Reservations Â are strongly recommended. Â For more information, go to sandiegorestaurantweek.com
September 28 – October 1 Art San Diego. Â A contemporary art show featuring an array of international artists and galleries. Â This four day event attracts over 15,000 high net collectors and features labs, events and Art Talks. Â For hours and tickets, to to Art San Diego 2017 | Sept. 28 â€“ Oct. 1
September 28 – Vista Night Out. Â 6:00-10:00pm. Â Vista Village Business Association will host the premiere of â€œVista Night Outâ€ in the Vista Village Shopping Center. Â This outdoor festival will take place around Downtown Vista and was created to highlight the local businesses. Â Headlining musical artist is SantanaWays a Santana tribute band. Â Drinks and appetizers, music and more! Â Concert is free.
September 29 – October 31 . Â 7:00-11:00pm. Â Friday marks the opening of what is described as â€œa stroll in the park you will never forget.â€ Â Not for children under 10 nor the faint of heart, the mile long trail through the twisted grove of pines and gnarled oaks may very well have you running toward the exit. Â Watch your back! Â http://hauntedtrail.net/
September 29 – October 1 . Â San Diego Countyâ€™s largest Oktoberfest. Â Celebrating its 44th year this year promises more entertainment, more vendors and of course, more beer. Â Welcome to those of all ages, including crafts and a wide range of activities, including three stages offering traditional German music, local bands and community performances, this time honored tradition turns downtown La Mesa into a German paradise. Â La Mesa Oktoberfest 2017: A San Diego Oktoberfest Event
September 29 – October 8 . Â Enjoy authentic German food, a great selection of German beers and direct from Germany, the band Die Guggenbach Buam. Â For additional information, German American Societies San Diego
Next week, we will showcase the top Haunted Houses in San Diego county! Â