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Tag: Dining

Dine LA Restaurant Week takes place twice a year and showcases Los Angeles as a premier dining destination while highlighting the diversity of culinary experiences L.A. has to offer. It can be a great way to explore and experience new and different restaurants that you haven't tried before! Several great Hollywood restaurants are participating, and here are a few that we can recommend.

ALK offers an elevated menu featuring a wide selection of plant-based and vegan options, as well as premium fish and meat dishes utilizing California’s bright and fresh seasonal produce. 

ALK - 1400 Cahuenga Blvd.

Located in the Godfrey Hollywood Hotel, ALK, short for About Last Knife, features a brunch/lunch set menu for $25 per person that includes a soup or salad, and entree options such as a French Omelette, Eggs Benedict, or a Tuna Sandwich. The dinner menu is $45 per person and includes three courses. Choose from Shrimp on French Bread or a Caesar Salad first, then between Crisped Salmon, Pan-fried Pork Belly, or Mary's Chicken Vesuvio. For dessert, there's a Brownie a la Mode. Vegan options available.

The third location of Beauty & Essex occupies 10,000 square feet of space on North Cahuenga Boulevard. 

Beauty & Essex - 1615 Cahuenga Blvd.

This buzzy restaurant is offering a $65 per person Dine LA menu that includes a choice of starter, entree, sides and dessert. From the Thai BBQ Mushroom to the Half Roasted Chicken and Lobster Ravioli, there is something for everyone! Side options include seared brussels sprouts, and you'll want to try to white Chocolate Pot de Creme with Strawberry Compote for dessert.

Magari offers a selection of crudos, house-made pastas, and signature dishes from their wood fired grill.

Magari - 6115 Sunset Blvd.

Recently described as a "Japanese-Italian stunner" by Eater LA, this new spot at Columbia Square has three well-known chefs behind it. Their Dine LA dinner menu is $55 per person and includes five different courses, each with options. Some highlights include the Roasted Maitake Mushroom, Eggplant Parmigiana Agnolotti, and the Chicken Negima Yakitori. Dessert options include a Chocolate Torta, Castella Cake, or Limoncello Panna Cotta. 

Sugarfish is a celebrated local sushi chain serving traditional rolls & sake in a chic, intimate space.

Sugarfish - 6115 Sunset Blvd.

This popular sushi spot is participating in Dine LA with a $35 per person all-day menu that includes an Edamame starter, Salmon Sashimi, two pieces each of Albacore, Salmon, Yellowtail and Large Scallop sushi, a Toro Hand Roll and Crab Hand Roll. If you are a sushi fan, you will not want to miss this!

The menu at Tao, developed by Chef Ralph Scamardella, features a diverse selection of Asian-inspired specialties, focusing on Chinese, Japanese and Thai ingredients.

TAO Asian Bistro - 6421 Selma Ave.

This dynamic two-level space offers a diverse menu of Asian-inspired specialties. Their $65 Dine LA preset dinner menu includes a choice of starter, entree, side, and dessert. Favorites include the Spicy Tuna Tartare on Crispy Rice, Honey Glazed Salmon, Pad Thai Noodles, and their Bread Pudding Doughnuts for dessert.

Designed by Los Angeles-based Nickey Kehoe Studio, the 110-seat dining room of The Barish is characterized by a central wood-fire hearth.

The Barish - 7000 Hollywood Blvd.

Located in the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the Barish is James Beard Outstanding Chef Nancy Silverton's take on the classic American steakhouse. For Dine LA, the restaurant offers a $65 per person four-course dinner menu. Highlights include their Chicory Caesar Salad, Rigatoni with Squash, Goat Cheese, Vadouvan and Brown Butter; and the 10-oz Bavette Steak.

There are no tickets or passes required for Dine LA Restaurant Week. Simply dine out at a participating restaurant, ask for the Dine LA Restaurant Week menu, and try a new dish or enjoy an old favorite. Advance reservations and ordering are strongly recommended.