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#DineSFV


#DineSFV

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#DineSFV


#DineSFV

San Fernando Valley Restaurant Week

July 20 - 26, 2014

Celebrate the culture, history, and eclectic tastes found across the San Fernando Valley by supporting local businesses and restaurants.

This FREE event is for everyone! Participating restaurants will offer different promotions which you can find here. To receive promotions at participating restaurants mention #DineSFV to your waiter or waitress. Restaurant owners can sign up here

San Fernando Valley Restaurant Week is a program organized by the San Fernando Valley Jaycees in partnership with Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield. #DineSFV is about supporting local restaurants and business in the San Fernando Valley.  San Fernando Valley Restaurant Week will showcase the diverse culture and cuisines of the valley community, participation is free for restaurants and patrons. And remember, the West San Fernando Valley is Open for Business!

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SFV Jaycees


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SFV Jaycees


Who we are

The San Fernando Valley Jaycees are an organization for young leaders (ages 21- 40) who work together to develop their leadership skills, build relationships with other valley leaders, and actively make their community a better place to live and work. We are a non-profit leadership development organization for young professionals and a member chapter of Junior Chamber International (JCI).

What we do

We collaborate and network to plan service projects which range in scope from local events to valley-wide initiatives. The SFV Jaycees identifies and attracts exceptional individuals, who either live or work in the San Fernando Valley, representing a myriad of disciplines and sectors. Together, we form a powerful community that will dramatically impact our future.

Get Involved

We meet monthly in both a business and social setting to network, develop ideas, and engage other young leaders.

The SFV Jaycees General Membership Meeting takes place the 4th Tuesday of each month and is the best way to be introduced to the chapter. These 90 minute meetings are a great way to learn about current and future projects, hear from guest speakers, and meet the leadership of the organization. Business and networking takes place the first 30 to 45 minutes; followed by a 30-minute conversation with a guest speaker. We've been privileged to host business leaders, elected officials and subject-matter experts as speakers.

Each month we also meet for happy hour at a different location in the San Fernando Valley. Like our Facebook page to follow upcoming events or visit our website and subscribe to our monthly newsletter: www.sfvjaycees.org

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Restaurants


Participating Restaurants - Check Back Soon!

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Restaurants


Participating Restaurants - Check Back Soon!

Participating Restaurants

Just mention #DineSFV to receive the promotion


Chatsworth

Cicek's Chicken

10317 Mason Ave.
Chatsworth, CA 91311
(818) 421-5053

*10% off any purchase, cannot be combined with other offers *


Encino

Mrs. Beasly's & Cheryl's Cookies

16573 Ventura Blvd.
Encino, CA 91436
(818) 981-1560

*15% off any purchase*
 

The Pizza Cookery

17976 Ventura Blvd.
Encino, CA 91316
(818) 345-6144

*15% off any purchase*


Granada Hills

Ali Baba Persian Restaurant

17513 Chatsworth St.
Granada Hills, CA 91344
(818) 832-0335

*10% off any purchase*
 

Joe's Cafe

17815 Chatsworth St.
Granada Hills, CA 91344
(818) 832-0335

*Free endless cup of Joe with any entree purchase*
 

Mamma Lucias Italian Kitchen

17555 Chatsworth St.
Granada Hills, CA 91344
(818) 363-4333

*10% off any purchase*


Northridge

Dickey's Barbecue Pit

9035 Reseda Blvd.
Northridge, CA 91324
(818) 527-2271

*20% off any purchase*
 

Romano's Macaroni Grill

19400 Plummer St.
Northridge, CA 91324
(818) 725-2620

*25% off food & non-alcoholic beverages (dine-in only)*


Sherman Oaks

Antonio's Pizzeria

13619 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
(818) 788-1103

*Free garlic fried gnocchi with purchase of entree*
 

La Fogata Mexican Restaurant

5142 Van Nuys Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
(818) 501-9065

*Free fountain drink with purchase of entree*
 

Smoke City Market

5242 Van Nuys Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91401
(818) 885-1280

*Free soda with any purchase*


Sunland

Agave Bar & Grill

9401 Foothill Blvd.
Sunland, CA 91040
(818) 951-8771

*Three course lunch menu $16 and three course dinner menu $28*


Woodland Hills

Wahoo's Fish Taco

19960 Ventura Blvd.
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
(818) 710-1410

*Free Churro Chips with Entree purchase*


Universal City

Jillian's

1000 Universal Studios Blvd. #G103
Universal City, CA 91608
(818) 985-9213

*15% off food & non-alcoholic beverages*


Van Nuys

Lulu's Restaurant

16900 Roscoe Blvd.
Van Nuys, CA 91406
(818) 988-0707

*10% off any purchase*

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Partners


Community Partners

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Partners


Community Partners

Thank you to our supporters

Elected Officials

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

Eric Garcetti is the 42nd Mayor of Los Angeles. His "back to basics" agenda is focused on job creation and solving everyday problems for L.A. residents.
Garcetti was elected four times by his peers to serve as President of the Los Angeles City Council from 2006 to 2012. From 2001 until taking office as Mayor, he served as the Councilmember representing the 13th District which includes Hollywood, Echo Park, Silver Lake, and Atwater Village -- all of which were dramatically revitalized under Garcetti's leadership.


Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Blumenfield

Councilman Bob Blumenfield was elected to the Los Angeles City Council in March, 2013.  He represents the 3rd Council District, which spans the northwest portion of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley, including the communities of Canoga Park, Reseda, Tarzana, Winnetka and Woodland Hills. He championed "West San Fernando Valley is Open for Business" and partnered with the SFV Jaycees to develop San Fernando Valley Restaurant Week.

Los Angeles City Councilman Mitchell Englander

Councilman Mitchell Englander was elected to the Los Angeles City Council in March 8, 2011 with 58% of the vote in the primary, without using taxpayer funds. He represents the 12th Council District which encompass the communities of Granada Hills, Northridge, Porter Ranch, Chatsworth, North Hills, Reseda, Sherwood Forest and West Hills. In July 2013, he was unanimously voted by his peers to serve as President Pro Tempore of the City Council. He serves as Chair of the Public Safety Committee, Vice-Chair of the Budget and Finance Committee and is a member of the Planning and Land Use Management Committee.

He is also a founding member of the San Fernando Valley Jaycees.

Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Krekorian

Council District 2 stretches from the hills of Studio City to the edge of Verdugo Mountains Park in Sun Valley. It is a diverse district rich in tradition and history. CD2 is also home to the NoHo Arts District, a region brewing with creativity, along with beautiful parks and excellent schools. The Second Council District includes the communities of North Hollywood, Studio City, Sun Valley, Valley Village Van Nuys and Valley Glen. 

Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge

Council District 4 offers a taste of all the best that Los Angeles has to offer. Stretching from the leafy streets of Sherman Oaks through the urban wilderness of Griffith Park, the district encompasses a diverse and vibrant community.

Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz

Council District 5 runs along the City’s spine in the Santa Monica Mountains and includes communities on the west side of Los Angeles from Hollywood to Bel Air, as well as communities in the San Fernando Valley. CD5 encompasses the communities of Bel Air, Beverly Crest, Beverlywood, California Country Club, Carthay Circle, Century City, Cheviot Hills, Comstock Hills, Encino, Fairfax, Hollywood, Melrose, Oak Forest Canyon, Palms, Pico-Robertson, Roscomare, Tract 7260, West of Westwood, Westside Village, Westwood, Westwood Gardens and Westwood South of Santa Monica.

State Senator Alex Padilla

Senator Padilla represents portions of the East and West San Fernando Valley in the 20th Senate District. Senator Padilla was elected to the Senate in 2008 after serving in the Los Angeles City Council, including a portion where he was the youngest councilmember to ever serve as Council President. Senator Padilla is chair of the Senate Energy, Utilities, and Communications Committee.

State Senator Fran Pavley

Senator Pavley represents the 27th Senate District which incorporates the East portion of Ventura County. It also includes the coastal area extending from Leo Carrillo State Beach to Malibu up through Topanga Canyon. Additionally, it captures the communities of Calabasas, West Hills and a portion of Santa Clarita in Los Angeles County. Senator Pavley serves as the Chair of the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee. Senator Pavley is a former teacher, the first Mayor of Agoura Hills, and a former Assembly Member, prior to being elected to the Senate in 2008.

State Assembly Member Adrin Nazarian

Adrin Nazarian is a San Fernando Valley native. He graduated from a local Valley school before receiving his BA degree in Economics from UCLA in 1996. Adrin served as chief of staff to Councilmember Paul Krekorian, before being elected to the State Assembly. Previously, Adrin served as chief of staff to then-Assistant Majority Leader Paul Krekorian in the California State legislature.

Community Partners

Chatsworth - Porter Ranch
Chamber of Commerce

The Chatsworth Porter Ranch Chamber of Commerce leadership is recognized throughout the San Fernando Valley as being proactive in the political social and public service arenas. As Chatsworth/Porter Ranch Chamber members, business owners recognize their own sense of leadership and empowerment. Through the programs offered by the Chamber and the increased visibility that members receive, businesses grow stronger, connect more with their customers, clients and patients, and create a bond with their community.

Encino Chamber of Commerce

The Encino Chamber has more than 400 member companies that represent a broad array of services. Encino has the reputation of being the Valley’s premier business community. The Chamber forges strong ties between businesses and the community to make the area a better place to live, work, and play.

Greater San Fernando Valley
Chamber of Commerce

The Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce is proud to be the premier business organization in the San Fernando Valley. Established in 1911, the Chamber has grown to become the area’s regional business association. As the oldest Chamber in the San Fernando Valley, the Chamber leads the way in promoting economic vitality and community growth. Our history, our long-term investment in the community, and our reputation for bringing issues to light, demonstrate that the Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce is a strong advocate for assuring a high quality of life.

Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce

The Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1948,  is a group of businesses and individuals dedicated to sharing and building our wonderful business community. The mission of the Chamber is to enhance and promote the growth, prosperity and integrity of its business community.

Universal City - North Hollywood
Chamber of Commerce

The mission of the Universal City North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is to be the organization of choice which advocates for business and economic opportunity throughout the Greater North Hollywood and Universal City region while developing and providing the leadership to maintain a strong, healthy and prosperous community.

West Valley - Warner Center
Chamber of Commerce

The mission of The West Valley - Warner Center Chamber of Commerce is to represent, support, educate and promote the business interests of its members and the community. We assist with exposure for businesses, new and old, small, medium, and large while continuing to increase the desirability of your community.