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Our Top Picks For DineLA Restaurant Week

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It's that special time of the year where we get to continue our gluttony from holiday-eating with DineLA Restaurant Week. The twice-a-year event will start on Jan. 20 and run through Jan. 31. (And it gets us Eastsiders and Westsiders off our butts to visit restaurants across town for some delicious lunch and dinner prix-fixe menu goodness.) Here's a list of some of our favorites from the list, which can seen in its entirety here. (The website even posts the prix-fixe menus for most of the restaurants.) Make sure to make a reservation as these joints get packed fast.

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

Acabar: International cuisine in Hollywood.

Badmaash Indian Gastropub: Indian cuisine in downtown.

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Black Hogg: Modern American cuisine in Silver Lake.

Bouchon Bistro: French cuisine in Beverly Hills.

Cliff's Edge: American cuisine in Silver Lake.

Craft: Modern American cuisine in Century City.

CUT: Steakhouse in Beverly Hills.

Hamasaku: Sushi in West L.A.

Horse Thief BBQ: BBQ in downtown.

littlefork: Modern American cuisine in Hollywood.

Lucques: Mediterranean cuisine in West Hollywood.

Lukshon: Asian fusion in Culver City.

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Mélisse: French cuisine in Santa Monica.

Mo-chica: Peruvian cuisine in downtown.

NIGHT + MARKET: Thai cuisine in West Hollywoood.

Patina Restaurant: French cuisine in downtown.

Picca: Peruvian cuisine in Pico-Robertson area.

Sotto: Italian cuisine in Pico-Robertson area.

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

The Hungry Cat: Seafood in Hollywood.

Waterloo & City: International cuisine in Culver City.