Forks Out Foodies! The 15th Annual Newport Beach Restaurant Week Is Here

Get Your Appetite Ready for Some Mind-Blowing Cuisine by the Coast

Dine Newport Beach and the Newport Beach Restaurant Association have just announced that the long-awaited 15th Annual Newport Beach Restaurant Week is set to return for not one, but two glorious weeks—April 19 through May 2. Chefs at dozens of restaurants are busy in their kitchens creating unique prix fixe menus and formulating special menu items and exclusive offers for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Takeout options will also be available. Whether you’re itching to try a new eatery or ready to finally dine with friends again, now is the perfect opportunity. 

Culinary virtuoso Anthony Bourdain once said, “…food, culture, people and landscape are all absolutely inseparable.” This is particularly true in Southern California, especially in breathtaking Newport Beach. With more than 400 restaurants scattered across its 10 neighborhoods, Newport Beach is a food enthusiast’s playground. A sneak peek at some of the participating restaurants include Billy’s at the Beach, 21 Oceanfront Restaurant, The Bungalow Restaurant and Helmsman Ale House. 

Deciding where to dine during Newport Beach Restaurant Week and discovering what menu items are available at each has never been easier. All participating restaurants and their unique offerings will now be accessible via the NBRW Pass—a one-stop digital dining directory. Sign-up now at

For five days beginning April 12, Dine Newport Beach will be kicking off Restaurant Week by giving away restaurant gift cards on their Instagram channel and all Restaurant Week long! For Newport Beach Restaurant Week updates and promotions, follow @DineNewportBeach on Instagram.

After a year of trying times and isolation, now is the perfect opportunity to break bread with friends while supporting our neighbors’ local businesses. And the culinary masterpieces served at one of the most jaw-dropping locations is just the icing on the cake!

Photography Provided By: Dine Newport Beach/Max Milla 

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I just moved from the Palm Springs area to Orange County. I've been writing for a couple years and enjoy writing about culture, lifestyle, and beauty. I'm excited with the abundance of material for which Orange County will provide.


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