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DineL.A. summer restaurant week returns with Cadet, Gracias Madre, more

DineL.A. restaurant week is back for the summer. New participating spots and more deets

DineL.A. restaurant week, the L.A. Tourism and Convention Board's 14-day restaurant event, is back for the summer. From July 13 to 26, restaurants all over the city will offer bargain prix-fixe menus. 

Think of it as a time to try that expensive restaurant on your to-do list at a discounted price. 

DineL.A. newcomers Cadet, Hyde Sunset Kitchen + Cocktails, Royal and The District by Hannah An join more than 300 participating restaurants, all offering lunch menus priced at $15, $20 or $25 and/or dinner menus priced at $30, $40 or $50. 

New Santa Monica restaurant Aestus has a $20 lunch menu with smoked salmon tartine, steamed mussels or a chicken quinoa bowl and millet pudding or chocolate ganache; Cadet is offering a $25 lunch menu and $50 dinner menu; and if you've been saving up to go to Wolfgang Puck at the Bel Air Hotel, the restaurant has a $50 dinner menu with three courses and optional wine pairings for an additional $35. 

Some restaurants will also be offering menus that are 15% off the regular price, as well as creating special dishes just for restaurant week. 

Other returning restaurants participating include Connie & Ted's, Fogo de Chao, Gracias Madre, Loteria Grill and Sushi Roku.

For a full list of restaurants and menus, visit the DineL.A. website

Forget purses. I splurge on good food and wine. Follow me on Twitter @Jenn_Harris_

 

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