Dine LA 2015 – Top Eight Lunch Spots

California, Los Angeles Guide (B): Dine LA 2015 – Top Eight Lunch Spots

Kick off the New Year with a resolution to eat better in 2015 by dining at various restaurants in LA that are serving menus on the “Resolve to Eat Better” theme. dineLA begins on January 19 – February 1, 2015 with over 300 new and returning restaurants offering fixed price lunch and dinner menus showcasing their best dishes.

This year, dine L.A. restaurant week is offering an exclusive dish only available dine L.A. and a menu that is 15% off the existing menu price. Diners will enjoy a lavish lunch menu for $15, $20, or $25 or plan a night out on the town with dinner options priced at $30, $40, or $50 per person. Follow dine L.A on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for all updates and tag dine L.A. in social media posts during restaurant week to be entered to win dineL.A. for a year with fifty-two $50 gift cards, a total worth $2600, from a selection of participating restaurants.

1. a.o.c. – Acclaimed Chef Suzanne Goin serves up a two-course California-French style lunch for $25. Pair the lunch with Caroline Styne’s wine selection of organic, biodynamic and sustainable vintages. The menu features a choice of a cheese and cops plate, Spanish fried chicken or a small chopped salad with apple, bacon, walnuts and roquefort. The entree selection includes a Farmer’s lunch with winter vegetables, burrata and grilled toast or a roast turkey focaccia sandwich with a salad or fries. There is also a Torchio pasta dish. a.o.c. is located at 8700 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, (310) 859-9859. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Dine LA 2015 – Top Eight Lunch Spots
Guide Location: USA » Los Angeles
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: a.o.c.   Blue Plate Oysterette   Bouchon Bistro   Connie and Ted’s   Fig & Olive Melrose Place   La Grande Orange Cafe   Lucques   Mr. Chow Beverly Hills  
Author: Jill Weinlein
Read it on author's website: https://dineandtravel.me/2015/01/03/dinela-2015-top-ten-lunch-spots/

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