Hundreds of Deals: dineLA Restaurant Week

Find your dining discount around the block or across town.

Indulging in dessert, or at least something sweet, ahead of your main meal isn't such an unusual plan nowadays. Chefs continue to experiment with the order of things, and if a sugary starter can stoke the appetites of those at the table, well, expect to see it on the trendiest of menus.

Thus it fits, at least in the grander sense, that the ever-popular National Ice Cream Day arrives on the eve of dineLA Restaurant Week.

Sunday, July 17 is your chance to eat dessert first, at your favorite ice cream shop, before digging into the savory three- and four-coursers around town that are part and parcel of dineLA Restaurant Week.

It's true: dineLA, the every-few-months discount-a-rama is back at hundreds of Southern California eateries, and deciding where to land, and when (lunch or dinner) is as easy, or agonizing, as scrolling through the lengthy list.

Deliciously agonizing, of course. You only need pick your date — Monday, July 18 through Sunday, July 31 is the window for this go-around — and find an old favorite or a new place you've wanted to try.

What's on the bill of fare? It depends on where you go. The Front Yard at The Garland in North Hollywood has choices like Thai Town Shrimp Salad and Butterscotch Pudding on its prix fixe lunch menu, while Fig & Olive will offer Lamb Albondigas and Strawberry Vacherin.

Over 300 restaurants are participating in the summer 2016 extravaganza.

As for prices? Your multi-course lunch, depending upon where you go, will run from $15 to $25. Dinner is $29, $39, or $49, with a few special places going all out at $95-plus, as part of the dineLA Exclusive Series.

Need the full roster of fooderies? Set aside several minutes, or the better part of an hour, for reviewing them all isn't just scanning the names, but the in-depth menus presented for each. 

Best grab that scoop of ice cream and go dessert first, ahead of the July 18-31 dineLA Restaurant Week.

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