15 Jun Café Sevilla, San Diego’s Home of Authentic Spanish Cuisine, Joins the Dine Out Family!
Join Café Sevilla on Thursday, October 18th & Dine Out for the Cure!
Cafe Sevilla has been dedicated to providing the true essence of Spanish culture, music and cuisine since 1987. This year they are joining forces with Susan G. Komen San Diego’s Sixth Annual Dine Out for the Cure to help raise funds for critical breast health services and support for uninsured and underinsured women in San Diego– they will be donating 25% of their profit during their lunch hours (11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.). Thank you, Café Sevilla! When you stop by, make sure to mention you’re dining out for the cure.
Café Sevilla specializes in Spanish tapas or small plates, which are great for a fun, interactive and sharable dining experience. Menu offerings include a variety of over 30 award-winning tapas as well as traditional paellas, fresh seafood and savory meat dishes. We also feature a large variety of Spanish wines and refreshing sangrias.
One can enjoy live Gypsy King style music in the tapas bar, Flamenco Dinner Shows in the theater on the weekends and salsa dance classes in the nightclub.
Located right in the heart of the historic Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego, just steps from the convention center, Petco Park, local shops, museums and other San Diego attractions.
About Café Sevilla
Sevilla was opened in 1987 by Spanish born owners Rogelio and Janet Huidobro, who constructed the Sevilla concept from the traditional and authentic ambiance of Spain that they loved so much. Sevilla started as an intimate tapas bar and became popular immediately, with its’ notoriety growing steadily since.
About Dine out for the Cure
For one delicious day, local restaurants, bakeries and coffeehouses across San Diego pledge to participate in Susan G. Komen San Diego’s annual Dine Out for the Cure. This event unites local restaurants with Komen San Diego’s supporters during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The money raised helps women and men who are fighting breast cancer every day. We are determined to save lives through our work in laboratories, in neighborhoods, with lawmakers and globally to tend to the needs of people facing this disease.