Featuring more than 300 restaurants offering multi-course deals for lunch and dinner, Winter dineL.A. hosts the ultimate feast
Written by Wendy Bowman | Photography Courtesy of Stella Yeo & Stacey Sun
Forks up, L.A.! Many new and established culinary outposts are granting enthusiastic gourmands the chance to indulge in their flavorful fare during this year’s expanded
Winter dineL.A., the city’s culinary event running through January 27.
Among the tantalizing treats and tastes on the menu? A wide variety of cuisine—including modern American, Japanese,
Thai, Italian and Mexican—offered at 340 restaurants from the Westside to Downtown, as well as the neighboring communities of the South Bay and San Fernando Valley.
This year, several Westside newcomers such as Erven, Rose Café-Restaurant, Plan Check Kitchen + Bar (Santa Monica), and .e Cannibal Beer & Butcher will participate alongside beloved mainstays from Water Grill (Downtown and Santa Monica) to A-Frame and Chinois on Main.
“What is great about Winter dineL.A. is that diners can eat their way through the city. at an approachable price point at all restaurants,” says dineL.A. Director Stacey Sun. “The event showcases what makes this city’s culinary scene so dynamic, and best of all, lets diners support our local culinary scene in a fun and exciting way.”
How does it work?
Restaurants will offer special discounted menus for lunch (starting at $15) and dinner (starting at $29). Diners can also enjoy more savings through dineL.A. sponsor American Express just by signing up and using the card at all participating restaurants to receive $5 off a final bill of $21 or more.
Further upping the food factor, the Exclusive Series, presented by American Express, gives diners a chance to enjoy some of L.A.’s most luxe restaurants (think Providence, Spago Beverly Hills and ink.) at a reasonably priced $95-plus for dinner. Bon appétit!
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