2016 LA Restaurant Week Runs through January
Over 300 restaurants throughout L.A. county are participating in 2016’s Restaurant Week, which runs through January. This year, Opentable will be donating $1 for every DineLA reservation to The Midnight Mission, serving those suffering from homelessness in the LA area.
Try any two lunch items at participating restaurants for $15, $20 or $25 and get three dinner dishes for $29, $39 or $49.
Participating restaurants include:
Le Petit Paris, downtown
According to Eater, they are serving “quality French staples going down in what’s surely to be one of the most beautiful (and highly anticipated) restaurant spaces in the city.”
Spago Beverly Hills
The LA institution from the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group is offering its signature California fare for $95 dinners.
Lukshon, Culver City off the Expo Line
Chef Sang Yoon makes authentic Southeast Asian cuisine modern.
The Corner Door, Culver City
Eater writes that the elevated pub dishes make “The Corner Door is the kind of restaurant that every neighborhood in L.A. secretly wants.”
Wash down one of the southern Italian pizzas with one of the varieties from the restaurant’s celebrated wine program.