South Bay Regroups for Restaurant Week 2009

dineLA’s Restaurant Week is (RW) already in full swing for 2009 and once again, several South Bay establishments step up to serve their best.

Quoting dineLA’s website, “dineLA Restaurant Week is a two-week dining event established to introduce local foodies and visitors to the vast array of restaurants in neighborhoods throughout LA County”. Restaurants all over LA county offer fixed priced menus, with three courses for lunch or dinner. This is a great opportunity for the foodies and casual diners alike to try out a variety of dishes, perhaps at a place they might not otherwise visit. On the other hand, its also a chance to get a great deal at what could be a favorite place to eat. For more information on the participating restaurants, the price levels, and more, check out the South Bay Foodies Restaurant Week page. While you’re at it, check out our exclusive Restaurant Week map!

The Line Up

Like last years line up, most of the participating restaurants for 2009 are located in Downtown LA, Hollywood, and Santa Monica. We’ve got ten places to choose from locally, though, with more not far away in Long Beach and Culver City.

Returning from last year are Baleen in Redondo; Cafe Pacific at Trump National in PV; Encounter at LAX; Ports O’ Call in San Pedro; and the El Segundo branch of the high class chain-pub, Daily Grill.

New to RW in the South Bay are Chart House in Redondo Beach; El Pollo Inka Peruvian in Gardena; Whale & Ale in San Pedro; the swank Sashi Sushi & Sake Lounge in Manhattan Beach; and the upscale steak chain, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar in El Segundo.

For whatever reason, four South Bay restaurants dropped off the RW list for 2009 so our local ops didn’t grow but stayed about the same. Add on the locations in nearby Long Beach and Culver City, though (and of course the others all over LA), and RW still provides a tasty challenge for even the hungriest diners.

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