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DineLA comes to Burbank!


Enjoy an app, entree, and dessert for one price!

 DineLA's restaurant week is the absolute best time to try some really big name restaurants without having to shell out the cash that usually comes with that kind of meal. With lunch prices ranging from $16-$28 and dinner prices coming in at $26-$44 (depending on the restaurant you choose), DineLA is a great deal because you get an appetizer, entrée and dessert for a fixed price. This allows you to try a little bit of everything and get a good taste of the restaurant’s best dishes. Be sure to check out some of the great restaurants that are participating locally:

Everyone knows Morton's is famous for their steak dinners, massive shareable side dishes, and killer bar. This classic steakhouse is classy and cool all at once. And for just $28 at lunch or $44 at dinner, you’re getting a real steal. Make your reservation here!

3400 W. Olive Ave., # 180
Burbank, CA 91505
(818) 238-0424

Daily Grill serves classic American dishes with upscale bistro twist. Pair your meal with a well mixed cocktail and you’ve got a recipe for success. Make your reservation here!

2500 N. Hollywood Way
Burbank, CA 91505
(818) 840-6464

Other restaurants that are close by and worth checking out:

Glendale:
Amici— a great Italian restaurant with an excellent wine selection, fresh pasta, and nice patio with a view of the Americana.
Bashan—featuring seasonal produce and an ever changing menu, this fusion restaurant is modern, but causal.
Carousel—authentic and inexpensive Middle Eastern food shines here with kebas, vegetarian entrees, and family style service.
Frida—upscale, modern Mexican with an extensive menu and dishes made with high quality ingredients.
Katsuya—Glendale gets a little closer to Hollywood with this SBE transplant featuring sushi and sexy cocktails.
Minx- visable from the 134 this modern building rises out of the foothills making its mark on the dining and nightlife scene of Glendale.

Studio City:
Henry's Hat—eat, drink, and play: pizza, burgers, and nachos, crafted cocktails, shots, and beer, and all your favorite childhood board games.
Marrakesh—Moroccan food is best when shared, so order a three course meal here and sit back and relax.
Pinot Bistro—one of Patina group’s well known dining destinations for bistro style French in a relaxed atmosphere.
Spark Woodfire Grill—a Bon Appetit pick for “best neighborhood restaurant” specializing in grilling the finest beef, chops, and seafood.
The Bistro Garden at Coldwater—an elegant dining option, not to be missed for brunch with live music.

See! You don't have to head over the hill just to experience LA's dining scene! Check out all the restaurants participating in restaurant week here.

 

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