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The 17 Best DineLA Dinner Deals, Winter 2017

Better start making those reservations

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Already scoped out all the best DineLA lunch deals and made those precious reservations? We got your back with some spectacular dinner menus that are being offered from Friday, January 13 to Friday, January 27.

And spectacular they are. While some restaurants like Fogo de Chao are straight discounting their normal prices, others are crafting more unique experiences for the special restaurant weeks. The Valley's The Bellwether is letting diners pick exactly what they want included in their meal, with plenty of small plate options to please just about anyone. Steakhouse chain Flemings is making itself worth visiting with a $39 petite filet meal, while Picca is offering a full on Peruvian feast for $49.

Without further ado, here are the 17 best DineLA dinner menus, presented in alphabetical order.

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Barcito

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Andrea Borgen’s Barcito has become a favorite local hang, but its $29 three-course meal with options like steak tartare, chicken milanesa, and churros should be a popular pick by newcomers as well. Even better? Gratuity is already included in the price.

Cafe Birdie

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Fresh new Highland Park eatery Café Birdie is kicking off its DineLA deal with a complimentary glass of red, white, or rose before a three-course prix-fixe. Start with a first course like steak tartare toast, move on to Moroccan-spiced fried chicken or braised meatballs with potato puree, and conclude with a dessert such as lemon panna cotta, all for $39.

Charcoal

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Charcoal is offering a generous feast for $49 that begins with cabbage baked in embers, includes two appetizers, a salad, prime hangar steak and Jidori chicken salsa verde, a selection of vegetables, and McConnell’s ice cream for dessert.

E.P & L.P.

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With a menu that could start with sticky spare ribs, move to Lou Dogg’s crispy skin chicken, and conclude with Chengdu churros, there’s a whole lot of bang for $29 bucks.

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

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It’s pretty unheard of to get a full steakhouse experience for $39, especially in Beverly Hills. But Fleming’s is pulling it off with a DineLA menu that includes a choice of soup or salad, petite filet mignon or Scottish salmon, creamed spinach or Fleming's potatoes, and cheesecake or carrot cake. Awesome.

Fogo de Chão

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Fogo de Chao is always a popular DineLA pick, and for good reason. The restaurant’s full churrasco experience typically priced at $61.95 is discounted to a cool $49 simply with mention of the restaurant week. Cue meat sweats.

Italian chophouse Gusto has become a West Third Street mainstay, so it’s likely that its antipasti, pasta or roasted chicken, and chocolate budino meal for $39 will be a big local hit.

Horse Thief

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You’ll feel like a thief at Grand Central Market’s barbecue joint when you walk away with two meats, three sides, two chocolate chip cookies, and a Shiner Bock for $29.

Picca Peruvian Cantina

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Pico-Roberston favorite Picca is going all out with its DineLA offerings, with two starters, two main courses, and dessert for $49. That means your meal could be composed of quinoa salad, yellowtail ceviche with rocoto leche de tigre, Korean-style grilled prime short rib, seared albacore, and mini alfajores. Yup, all included in the price.

Pok Pok LA

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Andy Ricker’s $29, four-course dinner isn’t something that should be missed. Start with a “drinking food” option of fried pumpkin with curry paste batter or fried cashews, move on to a “one plate meal” of fried chicken leg or khao soi, nibble on some papaya salad along the way, and conclude with fried bananas or coconut-jackfruit ice cream served on a sweet bun.

Ports O' Call Waterfront Dining Restaurant

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Known for its large portions and hearty dishes like bacon-wrapped shrimp with garlic cheese grits and creole-crab-stuffed salmon, you know you’re going to walk away full and satisfied from San Pedro’s Ports O’Call. Even better? The three course meal with a side is only $39, including a glass of wine or craft beer.

Rao's Hollywood

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Rao’s is putting out all of its most popular items for its $49 menu. Yup, that means meatballs, rigatoni Bolognese, chicken parmesan, and cannoli for a full on red sauce feast.

Redbird

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Enjoy a decadent meal that begins with options like chicken liver torchon and moves to grilled bavette of beef or veal short ribs before concluding with a dessert like Greek yogurt verrine for $49, all enjoyed in the gorgeous confines of Redbird’s historic dining room.

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Salt's Cure

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When a DineLA dinner menu is comprised of three courses that includes smoked salmon tartare, beef pot roast, date bread pudding, and a choice of sparkling wine or house rum punch, you’d better start making those reservations. Go all out with the menu’s $15 pork chop supplement.

Same Same

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Silver Lake Thai spot Same Same is hawking a four-course dinner with all the hits. That means standout dishes like Thai dim sum, chicken laab, khao soi, and mango sticky rice.

Little Tokyo’s Simbal is better than ever, which means it’s high time to finally check it out, especially when the $39 menu by Shawn Pham includes grilled pork ribs and heavenly beef as options.

The Bellwether

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One of the Valley’s best restaurants is allowing DineLA guests to create their own experience with a selection of three items from a menu that includes tempura cauliflower, olive oil poached black cod, meatballs, grilled skirt steak with blistered shishito, and Grand Mariner bread pudding, all for $29.

Barcito

Andrea Borgen’s Barcito has become a favorite local hang, but its $29 three-course meal with options like steak tartare, chicken milanesa, and churros should be a popular pick by newcomers as well. Even better? Gratuity is already included in the price.

Cafe Birdie

Fresh new Highland Park eatery Café Birdie is kicking off its DineLA deal with a complimentary glass of red, white, or rose before a three-course prix-fixe. Start with a first course like steak tartare toast, move on to Moroccan-spiced fried chicken or braised meatballs with potato puree, and conclude with a dessert such as lemon panna cotta, all for $39.

Charcoal

Charcoal is offering a generous feast for $49 that begins with cabbage baked in embers, includes two appetizers, a salad, prime hangar steak and Jidori chicken salsa verde, a selection of vegetables, and McConnell’s ice cream for dessert.

E.P & L.P.

With a menu that could start with sticky spare ribs, move to Lou Dogg’s crispy skin chicken, and conclude with Chengdu churros, there’s a whole lot of bang for $29 bucks.

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

It’s pretty unheard of to get a full steakhouse experience for $39, especially in Beverly Hills. But Fleming’s is pulling it off with a DineLA menu that includes a choice of soup or salad, petite filet mignon or Scottish salmon, creamed spinach or Fleming's potatoes, and cheesecake or carrot cake. Awesome.

Fogo de Chão

Fogo de Chao is always a popular DineLA pick, and for good reason. The restaurant’s full churrasco experience typically priced at $61.95 is discounted to a cool $49 simply with mention of the restaurant week. Cue meat sweats.

Gusto

Italian chophouse Gusto has become a West Third Street mainstay, so it’s likely that its antipasti, pasta or roasted chicken, and chocolate budino meal for $39 will be a big local hit.

Horse Thief

You’ll feel like a thief at Grand Central Market’s barbecue joint when you walk away with two meats, three sides, two chocolate chip cookies, and a Shiner Bock for $29.

Picca Peruvian Cantina

Pico-Roberston favorite Picca is going all out with its DineLA offerings, with two starters, two main courses, and dessert for $49. That means your meal could be composed of quinoa salad, yellowtail ceviche with rocoto leche de tigre, Korean-style grilled prime short rib, seared albacore, and mini alfajores. Yup, all included in the price.

Pok Pok LA

Andy Ricker’s $29, four-course dinner isn’t something that should be missed. Start with a “drinking food” option of fried pumpkin with curry paste batter or fried cashews, move on to a “one plate meal” of fried chicken leg or khao soi, nibble on some papaya salad along the way, and conclude with fried bananas or coconut-jackfruit ice cream served on a sweet bun.

Ports O' Call Waterfront Dining Restaurant

Known for its large portions and hearty dishes like bacon-wrapped shrimp with garlic cheese grits and creole-crab-stuffed salmon, you know you’re going to walk away full and satisfied from San Pedro’s Ports O’Call. Even better? The three course meal with a side is only $39, including a glass of wine or craft beer.