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Top ten spots for DineLA Happy Hour Week

  You already know DineLA for it’s weekly dining deals at local restaurants around Los Angeles. The bi-annual event has now launched something new to be excited about. The inaugural DineLA Happy Hour starts today and runs through May 1 (some through Sat and Sun). Here’s where you can find our favorite Happy Hour deals. […]

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Get your drink on. Happy hour week starts April 27.

 We can raise our glass to this. The people who brought you DineLA Restaurant Week are now promoting the best time of the day with a new Happy Hour Week. You know, that hour or two between leaving work early and getting home at a decent hour. That’s when we 9-5 juggernauts get our party […]

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8 great steakhouse options for DineLA

 DineLA is once again upon us. Taking place from July 14th through the 27th, there are many options when it comes to this city wide prix-fixe menu celebration. Some great and some ho-hum. Many great steakhouses in the city offer some good bang for your buck when it comes to the price fixed menus. Here’s […]

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Grace Extends dineLA Special

Grace has graciously extended their dineLA deal through the entire month of October and have even thrown Saturdays into the mix. You’re not limited to just a few select items off the menu either. Put together your 3 course meal from any app, entree, and desert on the menu, all for just $44 a person. […]

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Chaya One Ups dineLA

Diners all over Los Angeles are taking advantage of dineLA week. At least that’s the hope anyway. Restaurants across the city are offering pre-fixe deals at pre-fixed prices. Lunches from $16-$28, dinners from $28-$44. Some deals, some not, and you may have to filter through some of the less inticing menu offerings. For our first […]

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dineLA at The Bazaar by Jose Andres

Jose Andres has a show on PBS called Made in Spain, his third book, “Made in Spain: Spanish Dishes for the American Kitchen,” hit the shelves in November. He’s chef-partner of seven restaurants in and around Washington, D.C. and worked for Ferran Adrià at El Bulli, often regarded as the best restaurant in the world. […]

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