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Special dineLA Menus During Restaurant Week

The promotion features specially priced lunch and dinner menus, and at least 15 restaurants are in the South Bay.

Specially priced menus mark the inaugural summer dineLA Restaurant Week which begins Monday and lasts through July 27.

More than 250 restaurants in the Los Angeles area are participating, including seven in Manhattan Beach, two in Redondo Beach, three at in Rancho Palos Verdes, three in Torrance and four in Marina del Rey.

Restaurants with an ocean view include

  •  in Redondo Beach
  •  in Redondo Beach
  •  in Manhattan Beach

and

  • Catalina Kitchen, bashi and mar'sel at the  in Rancho Palos Verdes.

Other participating establishments are

  •  in Manhattan Beach
  •  in Manhattan Beach
  • Mucho Ultima in Manhattan Beach
  •  in Manhattan Beach
  • Second Story at  in Manhattan Beach
  • Zinc at  in Manhattan Beach

Lunch menus under the dineLA promotion go for $15, $20 and $25. Dinner packages are $25, $35 and $45.

In addition, American Express is offering a $5 statement credit to diners who register an eligible American Express Card through July 27 and spend $21 or more with the registered card during the summer dineLA Restaurant Week.

"We are thrilled to welcome residents and travelers from near and far to explore LA’s culinary landscape during dineLA Restaurant Week," said Mark Liberman, president and CEO, Los Angeles Tourism Convention Board, in a press statement. "The summer schedule lends itself to a wide range of dining experiences—from poolside to patio, oceanfront to garden—all at an incredible value.”

Visit dineLA's website for more information and a complete list of restaurants. Reservations for lunch or dinner can be made online.

BG Stine July 18, 2012 at 06:44 PM
Sounded good at the start but IMHO DineLA put their collective foot in their mouth. A couple of us thought this might be a good way to support our city - Redondo UNTIL we went to the website you listed, DineLaRestaurantWeek.com. The website has a pull down for Location. Yea there is Torrance but no Redondo Beach. What gives? Oh, DineLA decided to lump Redondo with Hermosa and Manhattan. Obviously, people who do not know the South Bay. Redondo is NOT Hermosa or Manhattan. Each city should be listed separately LIKE Torrance. We feel slighted, won’t be supporting this organization and hope you pass this on to the people in charge.

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