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16 Manteca restaurants participate in California-wide dining promotion
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• Applebee’s Grill & Bar: 1272 E. Yosemite Ave.
• Café Aroma: 1499 W. Yosemite Avenue
• Chubby’s Diner: 737 N. Main Street
• Iron Horse Deli: 301 E. Yosemite Avenue
• Isadore’s: 680 N. Main Street
• Mangy Moose Café: 506 E. Yosemite Ave.
• Milan’s Pizza 2: 1150 W. Yosemite Avenue
• Mr. Bigg’s-Deli Smokehouse Hot Sandwich: 137 N. Main St.
• Panda Express: 1467 Hulsey Way
• Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory: 303 E. Yosemite Avenue
• Rookie’s Pub & Grill: 1251 E. Yosemite Avenue
• Shooters Wings & Things: 1464 W. Yosemite Avenue
• Silver Teapot: 118 N. Maple Avenue
• The Sub House: 283 W. Louise Avenue
• Weber’s BBQ and More: 823 Mellon Avenue
• Yukimi Japanese Restaurant: 1242 W. Lathrop Road

Sixteen Manteca businesses are celebrating Manteca Restaurant Week through this Sunday.

“Manteca Restaurant Week is an incredible opportunity to experience some of the best wine and food in Manteca at a value they can’t get at any other time of the year,” noted Donna Shannon of the Manteca Convention & Visitors Bureau. “January is also a great time to get hotel deals and experience the diversity that Manteca has to offer.”

Here’s how it works. Residents and visitors may print a discount card at, or card can be found at participating restaurants and the Manteca Visitors Center. Discount cards can be used to receive a 15% discount at participating Manteca Restaurant Week restaurants. Participants are also invited to share their Restaurant Experiences via social media with #Taste of Manteca. For more information and a list of participating restaurants, visit

Manteca Restaurant Week is part of California Restaurant Month, designated by Visit California. Over 30 destinations across California, from the desert and coast to wine country and High Sierra, are hosting restaurant weeks and other value-driven food programming this January.

“Last year’s third annual California Restaurant Month was another success, with 33 participating destinations, 20.4 million media impressions and nearly $800,000 in media value. We’re thrilled to see the program grow so we can continue to tell California’s amazing culinary story,” said Caroline Beteta, Visit California president & CEO.

“California is the top U.S. destination for culinary travel – we have long been a leader in fresh produce and seafood, farm to fork dining, winemaking and more that any traveler will find a one-of-a-kind culinary experience here to suit any taste. California Restaurant Month gives visitors a chance to experience it all with special offers they won’t see at any other time of the year.”

Last year travelers in California spent $28.5 billion on food and beverages, more than for any other spending segment and constituting now 27 percent of all visitors spending last year (Source: Dean Runyan Associates), Beteta said. For more information about California Restaurant Month, visit