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From the Academy Awards to New York Fashion Week, we have a busy month ahead of us and it's time to start marking these dates down. We've got all the major events covered for you, so there's no excuse to fall behind on your social calendar this season.
[Photo via] There's still time for you to cash in on this wonderful time of year we call Summer Restaurant Week brought to us by the good people of DineLA. During this 11-day event, Angelenos can dine as if they're in a higher tax bracket with special, much wallet-friendlier prix fixe offerings at some of L.A.'s finest restaurants. The event runs through this Friday, July 27, so get up to speed on how it works and where to eat before it's too late with our Baller on a Budget's Guide To DineLA Summer Restaurant Week. More»
Oh DineLA Restaurant Week, we love you so dearly, but you come and go so fast. After all, January's edition didn't leave us nearly enough time to try all the buzzed-about newcomers and stalwart favorites. That's why it's such joyous news that we're now in the midst of Summer Restaurant Week, another 11 days of prix fixe offerings from many of the finest restaurants in L.A., available through next Friday, July 27. Don't know where to start? Don't even worry. We've got all the answers. More»
[Craft via] It's a sad fact that life in L.A. can get pricey. Even if you're still in the "aspiring" phase of your acting career and thus trying to live frugally, this city's access to the finer things in life means that you'll inevitably end up breaking down and shelling out for some luxury item, some concert ticket, or more often than not, some meal you can't afford. Luckily for you, this week marks the second of two DineLA Restaurant Weeks (Jan 22-27, Jan 29-Feb 3), and many of L.A.'s most imposing eateries are offering a prix fixe 3-course sampling of their world-famous cuisine for a fraction of what you might normally pay. But with over 300 restaurants serving at various price points, what's a baller-on-a-budget to do? Don't sweat it; we've got you covered. More»
You still have over two weeks left for NYC restaurant week, which means that the delectable menus of the finest New York City restaurants are finally within the grasp of the 99%. With the pre-fixed menus adding up to less than half of what you would normally spend, here are a few choices of the many. More»
The Village at Shirlington, one of northern Virginia’s premier shopping and dining destination, is launching its first Shirlington Restaurant Week TONIGHT! The week begins with lunch today and goes on through Sunday, October 16.
Featuring 14 of the area's best restaurants and shops, Shirlington Restaurant Week will offer patrons two-course lunches for $15, three-course dinners for $25 and a bevy of beverage deals!
Ladies, save one night this week--Thursday, October 13--for the first annual Shirlie’s Girls Night Out, an evening filled with cocktails, cupcakes, trunk shows and promotions from the village’s spas, restaurants, retailers and theater. Dress to impress! We'll have a Guest of a Guest photographer covering the evening festivities. More»
New York's Restaurant Week Summer 2011 is almost here! It start July 11 and goes on until July 24. Save your money for the booze since you only have to pay $24.07 for lunch and $35 for dinner. Check out our recommendations and leave us comments on your favorites! More»
Over the last few months, we've seen plenty of extravagant, ridiculous one-off dining events like the infamous gourmet L train dinner and art-themed dishes from a 15-year-old chef. There is no denying it's the Summer of the Pop-Up. But with Restaurant Week starting today, you have to wonder where the craze fits in. More»
This Sunday help celebrate the French National holiday, Bastille Day (July 14), by engaging in a bit of French fun and culture in the city. We've got some ideas. Vive la France! More»
It's that time of the winter when the only perk to the cold as balls weather comes from a lack of tourists and, as such, incentivized meals at the city's top restaurants. Here's where to strike the deals that'll whet your appetite. More»
Saturday, May 18
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.