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The 14 Best dineLA Dinner Deals, Summer 2018

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Roast chicken at Gesso
| Matthew Kang

Already scoped out all the best dineLA lunch deals and made those hard-to-nab reservations? dineLA also has some solid dinner menus that are being offered from Friday, July 13 to Friday, July 27. With everything from all-you-can-eat Brazilian barbecue to outstanding Mexican in the South Bay, here are the 14 best dineLA dinner menus, presented from west to east.

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Mr. Chow

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It’s nearly impossible to get away with a $49 dinner at a place like Mr. Chow in Malibu. Eat like the stars with a meal that could include green water dumplings, emperor’s crab with sautéed rice, and ice cream.

Charcoal Venice

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Perhaps the most affordable way to get the full Josiah Citrin experience, Charcoal’s dineLA special features a staggering number of dishes, with three starters that include the much-hyped cabbage baked in embers, a choice of salad, a duo of prime sirloin salsa verde and cedar smoked hibiscus salmon , vegetable side, and dessert all included for $49.

El Segundo star Sausal is getting in the dineLA spirit with a four-course special that begins with an appetizer sampler before a selection of starter, entree, and dessert with all of the hits.

Sausal
Pork chile verde at Sausal
Crystal Coser

Manhattan Beach Post

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One of Manhattan Beach’s most beloved neighborhood restaurants, MB Post will serve another solid dinner deal. It’s a build-your-own adventure set-up for $39. Pick two dishes from two columns, which could end up looking like hamachi sashimi, peel-and-eat shrimp, char siu lamb belly, and the chocolate pudding and peanut butter mousse concoction dubbed “The Elvis.”

M.P Post

The Grill on the Alley

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Beverly Hills icon The Grill on the Alley uses supplements to offer the whole steakhouse experience. That translates to a $49 three-course meal of things like French onion soup, tomahawk pork chop, and fudge brownie pie with a cup of coffee. Add $5 to upgrade to the shrimp cocktail appetizer, and $10 for the petite filet.

AR Cucina

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Culver City’s AR Cucina prepares a reasonably priced, $29 three-course meal that includes comforting dishes like strozapretti with basil pesto, chicken parm with broccolini, and olive oil cake with fruit compote.

Fogo De Chão Brazilian Steakhouse

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Fogo de Chao offers the most straightforward restaurant deal, with its full churrasco experience running for only $49 instead of the standard $62.95 price. The deal is available at both the Beverly Hills and Downtown locations.

Fogo de Chao

Fairfax’s Gesso isn’t skimping on its dineLA menu. $39 buys a three-course menu with the bonus amuse of oysters with calabrian chili hot sauce. Go for the Santa Barbara rock cod crudo, spring lamb marubini or roasted Mary’s chicken, and ice box pie with grapefruit.

Rao's Hollywood

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Legendary NYC Italian restaurant Rao’s brings old school vibes to the table with its $49 deal. The meal begins with a glass of prosecco before a three-course menu of Italian American hits.

Rao’s Hollywood

The Hearth & Hound

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Chef April Bloomfield is getting in on the dineLA action with a generous $49, four-course meal with dishes that include grilled empanada with zucchini and mozzarella, stuffed peppers with pork, hangar with broccoli di cicco, and a sweet finish of ice cream pie.

Madre! Oaxacan Restaurant and Mezcaleria

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Oaxacan new comer Madre should be the South Bay’s dineLA go-to, what with its $29, three-course meal deal that includes the restaurant’s stellar mole estofado and tres leches cake.

Tsubaki

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With a generous four-course menu with a choice of sake or beer for $39, it’s high time to revisit modern Japanese izakaya Tsubaki. Menu highlights include the salmon tartare with yuzu kosho mayo, buta shumai with hot mustard, kamo soba with duck broth, and nutty green tea soft serve.

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Inko Nito

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There’s no better time to check out Inko Nito in the Arts District than during dineLA. The menu offers a nice sampling of all the hits, which gives diners a good taste of the restaurant for a discounted price. Highlights include chirashi, beef cheek with Korean miso, yellowtail collar with brown butter ponzu, and charred coconut soft serve. Get four courses for $39.

Chang'an Restaurant

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Although there aren’t many dineLA options in the SGV, at least the one at Chang’an is pretty exceptional. That’s thanks to a $39 steal that includes five dishes from a selection of some of the restaurant most popular items. Think tenderloin cubes, wei-jiao tofu, and lamb shoulder skewers.

Chang’an
Tenderloin cubes
Chang’an/Yelp

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Mr. Chow

It’s nearly impossible to get away with a $49 dinner at a place like Mr. Chow in Malibu. Eat like the stars with a meal that could include green water dumplings, emperor’s crab with sautéed rice, and ice cream.

Charcoal Venice

Perhaps the most affordable way to get the full Josiah Citrin experience, Charcoal’s dineLA special features a staggering number of dishes, with three starters that include the much-hyped cabbage baked in embers, a choice of salad, a duo of prime sirloin salsa verde and cedar smoked hibiscus salmon , vegetable side, and dessert all included for $49.

Sausal

Sausal
Pork chile verde at Sausal
Crystal Coser

El Segundo star Sausal is getting in the dineLA spirit with a four-course special that begins with an appetizer sampler before a selection of starter, entree, and dessert with all of the hits.

Sausal
Pork chile verde at Sausal
Crystal Coser

Manhattan Beach Post

M.P Post

One of Manhattan Beach’s most beloved neighborhood restaurants, MB Post will serve another solid dinner deal. It’s a build-your-own adventure set-up for $39. Pick two dishes from two columns, which could end up looking like hamachi sashimi, peel-and-eat shrimp, char siu lamb belly, and the chocolate pudding and peanut butter mousse concoction dubbed “The Elvis.”

M.P Post

The Grill on the Alley

Beverly Hills icon The Grill on the Alley uses supplements to offer the whole steakhouse experience. That translates to a $49 three-course meal of things like French onion soup, tomahawk pork chop, and fudge brownie pie with a cup of coffee. Add $5 to upgrade to the shrimp cocktail appetizer, and $10 for the petite filet.

AR Cucina

Culver City’s AR Cucina prepares a reasonably priced, $29 three-course meal that includes comforting dishes like strozapretti with basil pesto, chicken parm with broccolini, and olive oil cake with fruit compote.

Fogo De Chão Brazilian Steakhouse

Fogo de Chao

Fogo de Chao offers the most straightforward restaurant deal, with its full churrasco experience running for only $49 instead of the standard $62.95 price. The deal is available at both the Beverly Hills and Downtown locations.

Fogo de Chao

Gesso

Fairfax’s Gesso isn’t skimping on its dineLA menu. $39 buys a three-course menu with the bonus amuse of oysters with calabrian chili hot sauce. Go for the Santa Barbara rock cod crudo, spring lamb marubini or roasted Mary’s chicken, and ice box pie with grapefruit.

Rao's Hollywood

Rao’s Hollywood

Legendary NYC Italian restaurant Rao’s brings old school vibes to the table with its $49 deal. The meal begins with a glass of prosecco before a three-course menu of Italian American hits.

Rao’s Hollywood

The Hearth & Hound

Chef April Bloomfield is getting in on the dineLA action with a generous $49, four-course meal with dishes that include grilled empanada with zucchini and mozzarella, stuffed peppers with pork, hangar with broccoli di cicco, and a sweet finish of ice cream pie.

Madre! Oaxacan Restaurant and Mezcaleria

Oaxacan new comer Madre should be the South Bay’s dineLA go-to, what with its $29, three-course meal deal that includes the restaurant’s stellar mole estofado and tres leches cake.

Tsubaki

Tsubaki Wonho Frank Lee

With a generous four-course menu with a choice of sake or beer for $39, it’s high time to revisit modern Japanese izakaya Tsubaki. Menu highlights include the salmon tartare with yuzu kosho mayo, buta shumai with hot mustard, kamo soba with duck broth, and nutty green tea soft serve.

Tsubaki Wonho Frank Lee

Inko Nito

There’s no better time to check out Inko Nito in the Arts District than during dineLA. The menu offers a nice sampling of all the hits, which gives diners a good taste of the restaurant for a discounted price. Highlights include chirashi, beef cheek with Korean miso, yellowtail collar with brown butter ponzu, and charred coconut soft serve. Get four courses for $39.

Chang'an Restaurant

Chang’an
Tenderloin cubes
Chang’an/Yelp

Although there aren’t many dineLA options in the SGV, at least the one at Chang’an is pretty exceptional. That’s thanks to a $39 steal that includes five dishes from a selection of some of the restaurant most popular items. Think tenderloin cubes, wei-jiao tofu, and lamb shoulder skewers.

Chang’an
Tenderloin cubes
Chang’an/Yelp

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