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Bucatini with bone marrow at Tesse in West Hollywood.
Bucatini with bone marrow at Tesse in West Hollywood.
Wonho Frank Lee

15 Excellent Dinner Deals for DineLA Restaurant Week, Fall 2023

Follow this guide for the choicest meals and deals in town

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Bucatini with bone marrow at Tesse in West Hollywood.
| Wonho Frank Lee

The biannual DineLA restaurant week is here once again, running from October 6 to 20 across the Southland. With hundreds of participating restaurants offering discounted menus, diners have the opportunity to check out places at a lower price point than usual. From age-old institutions to brand-new openings, here are some of the more notable DineLA dinner options offered this fall. Head here for Eater’s DineLA lunchtime picks.

Note: DineLA is for dine-in customers only. Tax and tips are not included in DineLA prices.

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Donna Jean

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Head to the Valley for a taste of chef Roy Elam’s seasonal, sustainable, and plant-based fare. The three-course, $35 menu includes “hot shrooms” or muhammara to start and a choice of any pizza and dessert from the regular menu.

Tesse Restaurant

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Tesse in West Hollywood is serving a five-course, $45 menu that includes many of its most popular dishes including the beef tartare and the bucatini with bone marrow. Say yes to the bone luge for an additional $5.

Bucatini with bone marrow at Tesse in West Hollywood.
Bucatini with bone marrow at Tesse in West Hollywood.
Wonho Frank Lee

Night + Market Song

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It’s impossible to go wrong with Night+Market’s three-course, $35 menu. Start with the party wings or the nam khao tod before digging into a big platter of cold noodles or an herbaceous moo sodoong salad. Close out dinner with the Bangkok mall pasta or Thai boxing chicken.

Korean fine dining is having a moment from coast to coast, and DineLA is the perfect opportunity to try LA’s Tokki. The four-course menu for $45 includes sweet potatoes or rice cakes to start, followed by a scallop crudo, truffle kimchi fried rice, and a black sesame panna cotta for dessert.

Met Him At A Bar

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This neighborhood favorite is serving a three-course Italian menu for $45. Pastas including cacio e pepe, rigatoni vodka, and rigatoni Bolognese headline the main course, while tiramisu and a lemon-glazed doughnut make for a very sweet ending.

Jemma di Mare

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Bonafide Brentwood star Jemma di Mare’s two-course menu for $45 provides the perfect entry point for anyone curious to taste how Jackson Kalb’s newest spot stacks up. Diners can choose between nine antipasti and nine entrees, including fish piccata, spicy rigatoni alla vodka, meatballs, and more.

Capellini and meatballs at Jemma di Mare in Brentwood.  An orange-red sauce with spaghetti and meatballs on a blue-ringed white plate at a new restaurant.
Capellini and meatballs at Jemma di Mare in Brentwood.
Wonho Frank Lee

Baar Baar

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Downtown’s stunning Baar Baar is the place to be for a taste of acclaimed chef Sujan Sarkar's modern Indian cooking. The $55 menu includes a canape, a choice of large and small plates, a side dish of one’s choosing, and dessert. Sarkar’s chicken malai tikka and paneer pinwheels are not to be missed.

A table full of several dishes at Baar Baar.
A feast at Baar Baar in Downtown.
Wonho Frank Lee

Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.

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For a chill time and solid cooking, head to Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co. in Boyle Heights. The neighborhood pizzeria is serving a four-course menu for $35 that includes wings, pizzas, loaded fries, and chocolate pudding for dessert.

For fantastic pizza on an iconic street corner in Boyle Heights: Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Matthew Kang

Wine House Kitchen

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West LA’s underrated Wine House Kitchen is serving a four-course, $55 dinner menu. The selection of Vietnamese French fare includes a bison carpaccio, seared lamb chops, and a coffee-rubbed ribeye.

Wine House Kitchen, a moody wine bar and dining area with minimalist furniture.
Wine House Kitchen.
Francois Renaud

Rossoblu

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Chef Steve Samson’s soulful ode to Bologna is serving a three-course menu for $55. Lighter appetizers like an endive salad and hamachi crudo make way for heartier mains including lasagna and lamb chops. Cheesecake or sorbet are on hand for dessert.

Dear John's

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The four-course, $65 menu from the team at Dear John’s is chock-full of solid options from the regular menu. Both the shrimp cocktail and oysters Rockefeller make for stellar starters, while the chicken Parm, sand dabs, and prime sirloin are fetching entree picks. A choice of side dish and dessert is also included.

A dark, clubby lounge with red walls and artwork.
Dear John’s.
Wonho Frank Lee

Clearman's Steak 'N Stein

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Experience the newly remodeled Clearman’s Steak ‘N Stein in Pico Rivera for DineLA. The $65 menu includes a starter, main, and dessert. The three surf and turf entree options — filet mignon with shrimp, New York steak with scallops, and filet mignon with seabass — are especially good deals.

Clearman’s Steak ‘N Stein Inn on Whittier Boulevard in Pico Rivera.
Clearman’s Steak ‘N Stein Inn on Whittier Boulevard in Pico Rivera.
Clearman’s Steak ‘N Stein Inn

19 Town

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Get a taste of the very buzzy 19 Town for $79 per person. The five-course menu includes a drink and a choice of starter, three main courses, and dessert. Intriguing options include the cheese mapo tofu, slow-cooked oxtail, and Kurobuta pork wontons in hot and sour soup.

Dry-aged fish at 19 Town in City of Industry.
Dry-aged fish from 19 Town.
Wonho Frank Lee

1010 Wine and Events

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Come to Ingewood’s first-ever wine bar for a wine-paired feast. The $65 menu includes pairings by Leslie and LeAnn Jones, along with an appetizer, entree choices like seafood pasta and grilled ribeye steak, and a sweet potato cake with ice cream for dessert.

Sisters and 1010 Wines owners Leslie and LeAnn Jones.
Sisters and 1010 Wines owners Leslie and LeAnn Jones.
1010 Wines

Ammatolí

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Beloved Levantine restaurant Ammatolí is serving a three-course menu for $65. The muhammara makes for a tremendous starter, while the Palestinian rotisserie chicken is the kind of soul-warming entree that is perfect for cooler nights.

Seven Middle Eastern dishes like kibbe and hummus on display at a table at Ammatolí.
A selection of dishes from Ammatolí in Long Beach.
Brian Addison

Donna Jean

Head to the Valley for a taste of chef Roy Elam’s seasonal, sustainable, and plant-based fare. The three-course, $35 menu includes “hot shrooms” or muhammara to start and a choice of any pizza and dessert from the regular menu.

Tesse Restaurant

Tesse in West Hollywood is serving a five-course, $45 menu that includes many of its most popular dishes including the beef tartare and the bucatini with bone marrow. Say yes to the bone luge for an additional $5.

Bucatini with bone marrow at Tesse in West Hollywood.
Bucatini with bone marrow at Tesse in West Hollywood.
Wonho Frank Lee

Night + Market Song

It’s impossible to go wrong with Night+Market’s three-course, $35 menu. Start with the party wings or the nam khao tod before digging into a big platter of cold noodles or an herbaceous moo sodoong salad. Close out dinner with the Bangkok mall pasta or Thai boxing chicken.

Tokki

Korean fine dining is having a moment from coast to coast, and DineLA is the perfect opportunity to try LA’s Tokki. The four-course menu for $45 includes sweet potatoes or rice cakes to start, followed by a scallop crudo, truffle kimchi fried rice, and a black sesame panna cotta for dessert.

Met Him At A Bar

This neighborhood favorite is serving a three-course Italian menu for $45. Pastas including cacio e pepe, rigatoni vodka, and rigatoni Bolognese headline the main course, while tiramisu and a lemon-glazed doughnut make for a very sweet ending.

Jemma di Mare

Bonafide Brentwood star Jemma di Mare’s two-course menu for $45 provides the perfect entry point for anyone curious to taste how Jackson Kalb’s newest spot stacks up. Diners can choose between nine antipasti and nine entrees, including fish piccata, spicy rigatoni alla vodka, meatballs, and more.

Capellini and meatballs at Jemma di Mare in Brentwood.  An orange-red sauce with spaghetti and meatballs on a blue-ringed white plate at a new restaurant.
Capellini and meatballs at Jemma di Mare in Brentwood.
Wonho Frank Lee

Baar Baar

Downtown’s stunning Baar Baar is the place to be for a taste of acclaimed chef Sujan Sarkar's modern Indian cooking. The $55 menu includes a canape, a choice of large and small plates, a side dish of one’s choosing, and dessert. Sarkar’s chicken malai tikka and paneer pinwheels are not to be missed.

A table full of several dishes at Baar Baar.
A feast at Baar Baar in Downtown.
Wonho Frank Lee

Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.

For a chill time and solid cooking, head to Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co. in Boyle Heights. The neighborhood pizzeria is serving a four-course menu for $35 that includes wings, pizzas, loaded fries, and chocolate pudding for dessert.

For fantastic pizza on an iconic street corner in Boyle Heights: Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Matthew Kang

Wine House Kitchen

West LA’s underrated Wine House Kitchen is serving a four-course, $55 dinner menu. The selection of Vietnamese French fare includes a bison carpaccio, seared lamb chops, and a coffee-rubbed ribeye.

Wine House Kitchen, a moody wine bar and dining area with minimalist furniture.
Wine House Kitchen.
Francois Renaud

Rossoblu

Chef Steve Samson’s soulful ode to Bologna is serving a three-course menu for $55. Lighter appetizers like an endive salad and hamachi crudo make way for heartier mains including lasagna and lamb chops. Cheesecake or sorbet are on hand for dessert.

Dear John's

The four-course, $65 menu from the team at Dear John’s is chock-full of solid options from the regular menu. Both the shrimp cocktail and oysters Rockefeller make for stellar starters, while the chicken Parm, sand dabs, and prime sirloin are fetching entree picks. A choice of side dish and dessert is also included.

A dark, clubby lounge with red walls and artwork.
Dear John’s.
Wonho Frank Lee

Clearman's Steak 'N Stein

Experience the newly remodeled Clearman’s Steak ‘N Stein in Pico Rivera for DineLA. The $65 menu includes a starter, main, and dessert. The three surf and turf entree options — filet mignon with shrimp, New York steak with scallops, and filet mignon with seabass — are especially good deals.

Clearman’s Steak ‘N Stein Inn on Whittier Boulevard in Pico Rivera.
Clearman’s Steak ‘N Stein Inn on Whittier Boulevard in Pico Rivera.
Clearman’s Steak ‘N Stein Inn

19 Town

Get a taste of the very buzzy 19 Town for $79 per person. The five-course menu includes a drink and a choice of starter, three main courses, and dessert. Intriguing options include the cheese mapo tofu, slow-cooked oxtail, and Kurobuta pork wontons in hot and sour soup.

Dry-aged fish at 19 Town in City of Industry.
Dry-aged fish from 19 Town.
Wonho Frank Lee

1010 Wine and Events

Come to Ingewood’s first-ever wine bar for a wine-paired feast. The $65 menu includes pairings by Leslie and LeAnn Jones, along with an appetizer, entree choices like seafood pasta and grilled ribeye steak, and a sweet potato cake with ice cream for dessert.

Sisters and 1010 Wines owners Leslie and LeAnn Jones.
Sisters and 1010 Wines owners Leslie and LeAnn Jones.
1010 Wines

Ammatolí

Beloved Levantine restaurant Ammatolí is serving a three-course menu for $65. The muhammara makes for a tremendous starter, while the Palestinian rotisserie chicken is the kind of soul-warming entree that is perfect for cooler nights.

Seven Middle Eastern dishes like kibbe and hummus on display at a table at Ammatolí.
A selection of dishes from Ammatolí in Long Beach.
Brian Addison

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