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Date posted: 07/05/2013

Restaurant Week Returns this Month

It’s everybody’s favorite time of the year again! Dine LA (also known as Restaurant Week) returns this month from July 15 – July 26. If you’re unfamiliar with the 12-day event and are staying in hotels in North Hollywood this month, DineLA is the perfect city-wide happening to check out. Restaurant Week is designed to emphasize the diverse culinary experiences Los Angeles has to offer by providing special prix-fixe menus at numerous restaurants over the entire city. The menus have slightly altered prices, making ordering off the DineLA menu an affordable yet rewarding offer because you often get to try some of the restaurants’ best or most popular items.

Many restaurants fill up quickly during this special promotion, so making a reservation in advance is generally highly recommended! There are ample spots to choose from, with prices between lunch and dinner ranging from $15 to $45. Save for a few minor exceptions, most menus are separated into Starter, Entrée, and Dessert, and customers pick one item from each category. The ordering is usually all done at once, so after you select your 3-course meal, you can sip a cocktail and enjoy all of your food as it comes out without interruptions or worrying about what else to order.

Participating restaurants are spread throughout the entire city but there are a few in the North Hollywood area to check out. Italian spot Firenze Osteria offers lunch and dinner with various pasta or meat options. Nearby Studio City offers Mexican options, as well as American, Moroccan, Sushi, and more. Dine LA is the best time to try that one restaurant you’ve always wanted to check out! It’s designed to bring locals and tourists out to eat more and to allow new places to be visited without having to be too concerned with the bill. Los Angeles has a great food scene and it can be easy to forget about all the great restaurants out here. Support your favorite or a new dining option during the week of Dine LA – you won’t regret it! 

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