2020 Winter dineL.A. is back with more than 400 participating restaurants across Los Angeles from January 17-31, offering delicious deals and celebrating the city’s diverse culinary scene.

The value-driven lunch menus are $15, $20, $25 and$35, with dinner menus priced at $29, $39, $49, $59 and $99+. The long list of restaurants include plenty of vegetarian and plant-based concepts, like Double Zero and Hermosa’s new MOSA . Wine bar and cocktail destinations include  newcomers Zinc Cafe & Market, downtown L.A. dive bar Hank’s, and the new Peruvian-Japanese cocktail bar, Yapa.

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Pork belly (Courtesy Yapa)

There will be 20 first-time participants, including  Marco Polo Trattoria and Bar in the cozy new Silver Lake Pool & Inn, Plant Food + Wine, and Upstairs at Ace Hotel DTLA.  Marco Polo‘a $39 three-course dinner includes a choice of chef Casey Lane’s baby mustard greens with hazelnuts or a caprese, linguine or saffron rice with clams and housemade vanilla or mint chocolate soft serve.

Historic Tam O’Shanter  will be offering a special dineL.A. menu for $49 all month. The four-course dinner includes their signature roast prime rib, slow braised lamb shank,  and C.C. Brown’s hot fudge sundaes.

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Tam O’Shanter

L.A.’s iconic Thai restaurant Chao Krung will be offering a $15 three-course lunch which includes coconut milk lemon grass soup , crispy pork belly with Chinese broccoli served over rice with fried egg and BBQ chicken served with sticky rice and papaya salad.

The Reef Restaurant in Long Beach is serving a three-course $25 lunch menu with spinach and artichoke dip, calamari, grilled shrimp and scallops and tiramisu, as well as a three-course $39 dinner menu including blackened swordfish and herb-roasted prime rib.

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The Reef in Long Beach

For more information about 2020 Winter dineL.A. Restaurant Week’s participating eateries and menus,  visit dineLA.com.


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