The widely-popular, twice-yearly program presented by the L.A. Tourism and Convention Board returns for its second summer plating in mid-July and features delicious, specially priced prix fixe menus for lunch and/or dinner. A wide variety of restaurants throughout Los Angeles are participating in dineLA Week and naturally some venues happen to serve the South Bay culinary landscape. With lunch menus ranging from $15 to $25 and dinner menus ranging from $30 to $50, you are sure to get great value at low risk. Put away the pots and pans this week, at least for a couple nights, during dineLA week which has already started and will cook through Sunday July 28.
“Summer roadtrip,” is this season’s dineL.A. theme – inviting guests to travel to and throughout the city eating their way across the various neighborhoods and a diverse variety of cuisines.
Diners are encouraged to share their Summer dineL.A. experiences by participating in the Dine. Snap. Win. Instagram contest sponsored by American Airlines. Participants simply snap a photo of their dineL.A. dish, using the hashtag #DineSnapWin, and include the restaurant name to be entered into the contest where one winner will receive 100,000 American Airlines AAdvantage® miles. The contest is valid for the dates of Summer dineL.A.
Japanese barbecue restaurant in Torrance, Gyu-Kaku, is fantastic and best fit for groups and families looking to grill their own cuts of meat and vegetables washed down by cold beer or sake. Gyu-Kaku is rocking a $29 dinner special where you get to select premium proteins like Kobe style Tri-Tip, New York Steak strips, duck breast, Kalbi, a vegetable and a s’mores dessert. Dinner on Saturday & Sunday runs 5:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Little Sister in Manhattan Beach offers a stater and one main entree for a $25 lunch.