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Our Favorite Picks For DineLA Restaurant Week This Summer

Braised Bacon with Brown Sugar and Champagne Glaze at Faith & Flower (Photo via Facebook)
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Hey, foodies: it's time to get your grub on. DineLA Restaurant Week is returning to Los Angeles this summer, and they're extending their normally 12-day eat-a-thon to 14 days. Now we have an excuse to eat out for two weeks straight and feel less guilty about emptying our pockets. This event takes place twice a year and will hit our city from July 14 to July 27. Participating restaurants are offering prix-fixe menus for lunch, dinner, or both ranging from $15 to $45. You can check out the full lineup here. However, we know it's a pretty hefty list to sort through, so we've put together our top picks at DineLA. Remember to make a reservation ahead of time as some of these spots book up fast.

a.o.c.: Californian cuisine in the Beverly Grove area.

Black Hogg: Modern American cuisine in Silver Lake.

Bouchon Bistro: French cuisine in Beverly Hills.

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Cleo: Mediterranean cuisine in Hollywood

Colori Kitchen: Italian cuisine in downtown

Craft: Modern American cuisine in Century City.

Faith And Flower: Modern American cuisine in downtown

Fig & Olive: Mediterranean cuisine in West Hollywood

fundamental LA: Modern American cuisine in Westwood

Hakkasan Beverly Hills: Chinese cuisine in Beverly Hills

Jar: Modern American cuisine in Beverly Grove

La Grande Orange Cafe: Modern American cuisine in Pasadena

Little Dom's: Italian cuisine in Los Feliz

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littlefork: Modern American cuisine in Hollywood.

Little Next Door: French cuisine in Beverly Grove

Lucques: Mediterranean cuisine in West Hollywood.

Lukshon: Asian fusion in Culver City.

Mo-chica: Peruvian cuisine in downtown.

Mud Hen Tavern: Modern American cuisine in Hollywood

Muddy Leek: Modern Americna cuisine in Culver City

NIGHT + MARKET: Thai cuisine in West Hollywoood.

Papilles: French cuisine in Franklin Village

Picca: Peruvian cuisine in Pico-Robertson area.

Plan Check Kitchen + Bar: Modern American cuisine in Beverly Grove

Scarpetta: Italian cuisine in Beverly Hills

Sotto: Italian cuisine in Pico-Robertson area.

Sugarfish: Japanese cuisine in Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Calabasas, downtown, La Brea, Marina del Rey, Santa Monica and Studio City

Tanzy: Italian cuisine in Westwood

The Bazaar By Jose Andres: Spanish cuisine in the Beverly Grove area.

The Hungry Cat: Seafood in Hollywood.

Water Grill: Seafood cuisine in downtown and Santa Monica

Waterloo & City: International cuisine in Culver City.