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DINING SPECIALS

Chef's New 3-Course Tasting Menu 
$65 per person | $30 additional wine pairing
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Oysters & Champagne 
Mondays, all February long 
Indulge with a delicious duo: 
Half off pricing on a bottle of Moët & Chandon champagne 
$1 oysters (while supplies last)

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ZD Wine Dinner

Thursday, February 27th, 2020
125 per person* | 6:00pm-9:00pm

A rare tasting and sipping event with world-class ZD Wines. This event offers the chance to spend dedicated time with AVANT’s Chef de Cuisine, Christopher Gentile, whom has paired the wines perfectly to a 5-course meal and Regional Sommelier & Cellar Master, Joe Baumgardner, who will teach you firsthand about the selected fine wines.

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*Exclusive of taxes and service charge.


AVANT x Pendry Collaboration
Back to Roots: A Chef Collaboration Dinner
Thursday, March 5, 2020
$95 per person* | 6-9PM | AVANT Patio

Drawing from their culinary roots and childhood experience in the kitchen, two of San Diego’s rising star Chef de Cuisines (and best friends), Christopher Gentile of AVANT at Rancho Bernardo Inn and Brandon Sloan of Pendry’s Provisional Kitchen, Café & Mercantile reimagine some of their favorite family recipes in Back to Roots: A Chef Collaboration Dinner.

This is an interactive culinary journey, beginning with dueling canapes by each chef on the AVANT Patio. Chat with the chef’s, sample & compare each creation while sipping on a handcrafted welcome cocktail, before making way to your table for a four course meal comprising of both collaboration and individual chef’s dishes.

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*Exclusive of tax and service charge.


AVANT GARDE 
Taste your way through the flavors of San Diego at AVANT Restaurant's one-of-a-kind dining experience. Chef de Cuisine Christopher Gentile will guide you through a progressive, multi-course tasting menu and a mastery of modern techniques.

Tuesday Evenings 
February 4th - May 19th
7pm seating | 10-course dinner
$149* per person
$75** wine pairing option

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For more information, please contact:
AVANT Sales Manager
[email protected] | 858.675.8551

*Exclusive of taxes, service charge, and alcohol.
**Exclusive of taxes and service charge.

 

AVANT School Of Cooking
Experience AVANT School of Cooking this season for an intimate, interactive dinner inspired by locally sourced San Diego ingredients. AVANT's culinary team will present you with the best cooking practices for healthful dishes that are extremely flavorful. Various classes include the Art of Pasta Making, Vegetarian and Gluten-Free Dishes, and a 30-Minute Mindful Cuisine course. Enjoy a true culinary experience and bring home new skills to your kitchen.

Table 65 | 6 pm 
$75 per person* | Optional wine pairings $35 per person**

Wednesday, January 15     | Vegetarian and Gluten Free Dishes
Wednesday, February 19   | Art of Pasta Making
Wednesday, March 18        | 30-Minute Mindful Cuisine

For more information or to make a reservation, please contact:
AVANT Sales Manager
[email protected] | 858.675.8551

*Exclusive of taxes, service charge, and alcohol.
**Exclusive of taxes and service charge.

LOCAL

At AVANT we're committed to using only the freshest produce available, so that means we source locally. Our preferred farms include: 

Connelly Gardens 

Weiser Family Farms 

Beck Grove

Dassi Family Farm

Go Green Agriculture 

Stehly Farms 


*Some restrictions apply. Exclusive of taxes, surcharge, alcohol and gratuity.

We support the minimum wage increase approved by San Diego voters and the State legislature. A 4.5% surcharge has been added to your check and all of us at AVANT thank you for supporting us as we strive to offer you exceptional service and an extraordinary dining experience.

The San Diego Restaurant Association issued a statement in January 2017 regarding restaurant surcharges.  The link to this statement is here.

San Diego Restaurant Association’s Chris Duggan (Director of Government Affairs) penned this editorial in the San Diego Union-Tribune on January 12th.  The link to this article is here.