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DineLA Restaurant Week Serves Up Seconds of Savings

DineLA Restaurant Week returns for a second year; are you ready for your Happy Ending?
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Can you handle a second helping of DineLA? | Photo of The Happy Ending's Jambalaya from DineLA '08 by Elise Thompson/LAist

It's baaaaaaa-aaack! DineLA's Restaurant week, the twelve* days devoted to special pricing and menus in many of the city's top eateries is poised to return from January 25th-30th and February 1st-6th.

Participating restaurants have begun to list their menus and offerings online, so foodies and fans of food savings alike can start to decide if they'd prefer to begin, say, a dinner at Gordon Ramsay at the London West Hollywood with the Rabbit and Smoked Bacon Ballottine or the Confit Beet Salad.** The restaurants--of which there are a ton (not all good***)-- "will opt into one of two dining categories and present a selection of specially priced three-course meals for lunch and dinner. Diners will be able to choose from three choices for each course. Prices are per person and exclude beverages, tax and gratuity."

Bottom line: You're looking at spending $16-$28 at lunchtime and $26-$44 at dinnertime, depending on the classification of the place.