First, a little bit about how this whole thing works. DineLA's Restaurant Week, which is sponsored by the Los Angeles Convention and Visitor's Bureau and a raft of corporate and media sponsors, invites participating restaurants to offer three-course lunches and dinners (generally but not always with a few options per course) at one of three tiered prices, which go by the euphemisms Deluxe, Premier, and Fine. For lunch, those prices come out to $16, $22, or $28, whereas for dinner, the price is $26, $34, or $44. Alcohol and tax are not included, so be sure to budget for that. And it probably pays to make a reservation, which you can do through the DineLA Restaurant Week website or by contacting the restaurant directly.
So enough small talk; the dining world just became your reasonably-priced Oyster. Where do you go?
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.