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Los Angeles Restaurant Week

Submitted by on December 17, 2010 – 12:33 amOne Comment

Road Trips Foodies headed to southern California next month should scope out DineLA Restaurant Week. Actually two six-day weeks, this is a great opportunity to check out a new restaurant while dining on a specially priced three-course meal.

Dates are January 23 through 28, 2011, and January 30 through February 4, 2011. Note that that Saturdays are specifically excluded from the Restaurant Weeks.

Lunches will be priced at $16, $22 or $28, and dinners at $26, $34 or $44 (plus tax and tip — beverages are extra, too). Should you make a reservation? You betcha! Due to the popularity of the event, organizers note, there’s no guarantee that walk-in guests can be accommodated. You can make reservations online or contact the restaurant directly. (Once they’re signed up, the restaurants participating also will be listed on the event website.)

Need a place to stay? Check out hotel packages for that week here.

Los Angeles Restaurant Weeks are part of California Restaurant Month — January 2011 — when more than 20 destinations across California are hosting restaurant week events. Other participating towns in southern California are San Diego, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Irvine and Temecula Valley.

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