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Silicon Valley Restaurant Week: April 30 through May 7

Uploaded: Apr 27, 2014
It's that time of year again -- Silicon Valley Restaurant Week kicks off this Wednesday, April 30, and continues through May 7, meaning you can treat yourself for cheap at not-so-cheap restaurants.

Here's a list of local participating restaurants broken down by city. Click the links for each to see their restaurant week-specific menus and pricing (most range from $35 to $45 per person):

Palo Alto
- Il Fornaio, 520 Cowper St.
- Reposado, 236 Hamilton Ave.
- Indo Restaurant & Lounge, 3295 El Camino Real
- Gravity Bistro & Wine Bar, 544 Emerson St.
- Sam's Chowder House, 185 University Ave.

Mountain View
- Cijjo, 246 Castro St.
- Sakoon, 357 Castro St.
- Scott's Seafood, 420 Castro St.
- Scratch, 401 Castro St.
- Steins Beer Garden and Restaurant, 895 Villa St.

Menlo Park
- LB Steak, 898 Santa Cruz Ave.

Redwood City
- LV Mar, 2042 Broadway St.
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