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DineLA Restaurant Week starts Sunday

20090115d3m_5632 DineLA Restaurant Week will whip the city into a feeding frenzy beginning Sunday. The program, now in its second year, is the product of a promotional task force formed by the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau. The event is bigger and better this time around, thanks to the addition of a third price tier that allows the inclusion of fine dining establishments.

The event features more than 170 restaurants, which will offer significantly discounted three-course lunches and dinners.

To get the full scoop, with quotes from participating chefs and pricing details, click here for the story in Thursday's Calendar section.

-- Jessica Gelt

Photo: Jose Andres hands Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa a Philly cheese steak from the Bazaar for the official "first bite" of Restaurant Week. Credit: Gary Leonard.

 
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