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September 1, 2020
DineLA Begins - And It’s All About Outdoor Dining And Delivery
Nearly 300 LA restaurants are participating in the annual event - which looks a little different this year.

Much like, uh, literally everything else, the 2020 version of Dine LA Restaurant Week will be a little different.

After being pushed from its traditional July date, and with indoor dining still not allowed in LA County, the theme of this year’s event - running September 1st-18th - is “A Menu For That,” with a focus on special-occasion meals, picnics, day-trip dining, and, yep, even dinner on the couch. Nearly 300 restaurants are participating (down slightly from previous years… which is certainly understandable), offering deals on outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery.

That means family meal kits, picnic boxes, at-home omakase specials, and more for delivery or pick-up - allowing exclusively to-go operations, pop-ups, and fast-casual spots to participate. Or, if you’d prefer to eat on a patio (restaurant or otherwise), there are several specially priced multi-course menus, “perfectly paired to be enjoyed al fresco,” from fantastic newer spots like Alta Adams and Broad Street Oyster Co., long-standing favorites Lawry’s and The Tam O’Shanter, and high-end fine dining establishments like Jean-Georges.

Lunch menus range from $15-35, with dinner menus priced at $25-65+. For a full list of menus and participating restaurants, or to make a reservation, check out Dine LA’s official site.

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