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Food

It's Back! dineLA Restaurant Week Returns Late January

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It seems like only yesterday diners in Los Angeles had their pick of 300 restaurants participating in dineLA's twice-annual "Restaurant Week,"and here it is coming up again. True, it was only October, and the Fall edition of the promotion that finds local restaurants offering three-course fixed price menus aimed at welcoming new diners; now we can look ahead to late January and early February for the Winter edition. From January 23rd to the 28th, and again from January 30th to February 4th, 2011, many of the city's top restaurants will be serving up the specials at one of three price-based categories (Deluxe, Premier, and Fine Dining), for lunch and/or dinner. Locals can rejoice in a bounty of culinary hot spots made affordable and accessible during the popular promotion, while visitors can take advantage of stay-and-eat packages dineLA has. (They are, after all, a branch of the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau.) Bottom line: Dine out in Los Angeles and help our local economy.

A full list of the participating restaurants will be released soon.