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HOLLYWOOD: Bargain dining is all the rage these days. All' Angelo now offers a $39 four-course prix fixe menu Mon-Thu, plus a list of wines for pairing, all only $6 a glass. Some dishes you might see: burrata and heirloom tomato salad, saffron lasagna with lamb ragu, scorpion fish and john dory soup, and meyer lemon polenta pudding. [EaterWire Inbox]
WOODLAND HILLS: You don't need to be trendy to jump on the burger trend. All Morton's the Steakhouse locations (including the new Warner Center location) are offering a special Make-A-Wish prime sirloin burger for $19.78 in honor of the chain's 30th anniversary (the first location opened in Chicago in 1978). The cost might seem high, but $5 from every burger sold goes to the local Make-A-Wish chapter. [EaterWire Inbox]