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Restaurant Week Is Underway with 29 Weho Restaurants Participating

The first-ever summer edition of the dining event runs though July 27.

Been wanting to try one of West Hollywood’s many restaurants? Here’s a chance to sample a new place or visit an old favorite and get a great bargain in the process.

DineLA is holding its first ever summer Restaurant Week.  

Traditionally held twice yearly in September and January, the much anticipated foodie event is switching things up by adding a July week and eliminating the September one.

During Restaurant Week, participating eateries offer a special prix fixe menu for lunch and/or dinner. The items offered on the prix fixe menu are generally the restaurant’s most popular dishes.

Lunch packages are $15, $20 and $25. Dinner packages are $25, $35 and $45. The dineLA Restaurant Week menus are viewable online at dineLARestaurantWeek.com. Prices and meal periods vary by restaurant and exclude beverages, tax and gratuity.

Twenty-nine West Hollywood eateries are among more than 250 restaurants participating in the 12-day dining event that runs through July 27.

Participating Weho restaurants are:

  • AGO
  • Asia De Cuba
  • Bagetelle
  • BLT Steak
  • Boa Steakhouse
  • Boxwood Café
  • Café La Boheme
  • Comme Ca
  • Crossroads at House of Blues
  • Fig & Olive
  • Gordon Ramsay at London West Hollywood
  • Il Covo
  • Jar
  • Katana
  • Koi
  • Little Next Door
  • Lola’s
  • Luques
  • Mercato di Vetro
  • Mirabelle on Sunset
  • NIGHT + MARKET
  • Petrossian Paris
  • Rosa Mexicano
  • Sherbourne
  • STK LA
  • Taste on Melrose
  • The Palm Restaurant
  • Tortilla Republic
  • Vinoteque on Melrose

In addition, American Express is offering a $5 statement credit to diners who register an eligible American Express Card at amexnetwork.com/dineLA through July 27 and spend $21 or more with the registered card during dineLA Restaurant Week.

"We are thrilled to welcome residents and travelers from near and far to explore LA’s culinary landscape during dineLA Restaurant Week," said Mark Liberman, President and CEO, Los Angeles Tourism Convention Board in a press statement. "The summer schedule lends itself to a wide range of dining experiences—from poolside to patio, oceanfront to garden—all at an incredible value.”

DineLA Restaurant Week was created to drive business to local restaurants during times that are usually slower and also build awareness for Los Angeles as one of the premier dining cities in the world.

Visit dineLA's website for more information: dinelarestaurantweek.com.

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