dineL.A, the widely-popular, twice-yearly program presented by the L.A. Tourism and Convention Board returns. Taking place January 12-26, 2018, the 15-day dining event kicks off a celebratory year commemorating the program’s landmark 10th anniversary.
A wide variety of restaurants throughout Los Angeles are participating in dineL.A. Week and naturally, some venues happen to serve the South Bay culinary landscape. Visitors and locals can enjoy specially-priced lunch and dinner menus: lunch menus range from $15, $20, and $25, with dinner menus priced at $29, $39, and $49, and beginning at $95 for the Exclusive Series. “The focus of Winter dineL.A. aims to reflect upon the remarkable growth and accomplishments of Los Angeles’s dining scene over the past 10 years,” remarks dineL.A. Director, Stacey Sun.
You are sure to get great value at low risk. Put away the pots and pans… Well intended but overreaching New Year promises this week, at least for a couple nights during dineL.A. It has already started and will cook through Friday, January 26.
Reservations are highly recommended and can be made through dineL.A’s website or directly through the restaurant.
Playa Hermosa Fish & Oyster company welcomes patrons with a 3-course seafood-centric dinner menu that runs $39 per person (not including tax & gratuity). Chow on some Peruvian Scallops, Yellowtail Tartare or some New England Clam Chowder; glass of house red or white wine included. dineL.A. dinner menu available: Sunday to Thursday 5-9pm & Friday to Saturday 5-10pm. menu
Little Sister in Manhattan Beach offers a stater and one main entree for a $25 lunch. menu.
Located in the northwest corner of Manhattan Village’s parking lot, Tin Roof Bistro cooks up some scrumptious American comfort food on their dineL.A dinner menu. A 3-course spread costs $39 per person with main entrees like Steak Frites, Lobster Ravioli and Homemade Thin Noodle Lasagna. Dinner menu available daily from 4pm till close. menu
Japanese barbecue restaurant in Torrance, Gyu-Kaku, is fantastic and best fit for groups and families looking to grill their own cuts of meat and vegetables washed down by cold beer or sake. Gyu-Kaku is rocking a $29 dinner special where you get to select premium proteins like Kobe style Tri-Tip, New York Steak strips, duck breast, Kalbi, a vegetable and a s’mores dessert. dineL.A. dinner menu available Sunday to Thursday 5-10:30pm & Friday to Saturday 5-11:30pm. menu