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DineLA: Harold and Belle's

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I love DineLA week. All these great restaurants at almost affordable prices. I wish I had more time to hit up all the great places! DineLA YEAR, I say! Bring it back now!Useless and completely unrealistic rant aside, Harold and Belle's came highly recommended from my friend Sharon, "Our favorite place, so much food!" she says. I can't say no to that! So here we go:

It's certainly not in the greatest neighborhood, and my friends and I had no second thoughts about valeting the car, but once you walk in to Harold and Belle's, you relax. The people are friendly, the Lakers are playing on the TV at the bar, and they seated us at a pretty large table so we can really order without worrying about running out of space to put food.

So, we were pretty fortunate. There are three courses for the DineLA pre-fixe meals, and there are three items for you to choose from each course. We knew Harold and Belles' portions are on the enormous side, so we just ordered one of everything for the four of us. Four people, three three course dinners. We ended up taking about a quarter of the food home. So yeah, be ready to eat when you come in here. Alright! Enough talk! On to the pictures!