The 6th annual Lompoc Valley Restaurant Week kicks off Monday.
Members of the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce say this an opportunity to support local businesses by trying new restaurants.
During the seven day celebration, dining patrons can choose from a prix-fixe menu, a two-for-one dining option or a pairing at participating restaurants and tasting rooms for $20.21.
All of these options are available for take-out or curbside pick-up.
The president and CEO of the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce says this year's restaurant week celebration is more important that ever because of the impacts of the pandemic.
"The loss of indoor and outdoor dining has hurt our local restaurants that have already been doing all they can to offer a safe dining experience. Participating in Restaurant Week by ordering featured menu items is a fun way to sample local fare while giving these small businesses a much-needed boost," Amber Wilson, President and CEO of the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce said.
Foodies who order a restaurant week special will have the opportunity to win a gift certificate.
To enter, diners will need to save their receipt and then email, mail or drop off a copy to the chamber's office by March 5.
For more information on restaurant week, visit https://bit.ly/3i9pp8i, call 805-736-467 or e-mail Shelly Cone at Shelly@lompoc.com.