WINTER DINE L.A. Takes The City by Storm

[ 0 ] January 10, 2017 |

by tony reverditto – 

The purpose of Winter dineL.A. is to celebrate the city’s rich, culinary diversity and to give diners the chance to try new cuisine from the more than 300 restaurants participating. This year, Winter dineL.A. will be two weeks long, taking place Friday, January 13 through Friday, January 27, which means two weekends and the Martin Luther King holiday to sample the hundreds of special prix fixe menus.

“dineL.A. celebrates the eclectic, culinary community of Los Angeles with a robust lineup of choices from American steakhouses to Korean BBQ and everything in-between for diners to enjoy during this 15-day event,” says dineL.A.

Director Stacey Sun. There are notable newcomers on the roster such as: Food Network’s Geoffrey Zakarian and his eatery, Georgie, Chef Greg Bernhardt’s, Paley, husband and wife team, Tony Esnault and Yassmin Sarmadi’s, Spring, as well as the return of timeless, classic spots such as Wolfgang Puck’s, Spago, Suzanne Goin’s, Lucques, as well as Susan Feniger (featured in The Rage Monthly November 2016) and Mary Sue Milliken’s, Border Grill. Additional participants include such well-known restaurants as: Alimento, Akasha, Sugarfish and A.O.C. Winebar and Restaurant.

The two week event is heating up with the return of the dineL.A. Exclusive Series presented by American Express, featuring a select group of restaurants, which are some of the best of the best in the city. Each participating restaurant will create a special menu available only during dineL.A., with dinners starting at $95.

The stellar lineup includes: Alexander’s Steakhouse, CUT By Wolfgang Puck, ink., Melisse, Patina Restaurant, Providence, Spago Beverly Hills, The Arthur J, The Bazaar by José Andrés, The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse and Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air.

Participating restaurants are offering special prix fixe menus that include Lunch with two or more courses at: $15, $20, $25 or Dinner with three or more courses at: $29, $39, $49. Prices and meal periods vary depending on the restaurant you choose and exclude beverages, tax and gratuity. Reservations are strongly encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome.

For more information on the hundreds of dine L.A. participating restaurants, go to


Category: Food & Drink, Los Angeles

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