Manhattan Beach Restaurants Join DineL.A. Restaurant WeekSep 02, 2020 10:49PM ● By Jeanne Fratello
Your favorite Manhattan Beach restaurants are ready to thrill and delight you with special prix-fixe menus for DineLA Restaurant Week.
From September 1 through September 18, eleven Manhattan Beach restaurants will participate in the dineL.A. Restaurant Week (yes, it's more than a week, but just go with it) event. This event gives diners a chance to sample a wide range of classic dishes (and some new menu items) for a special fixed price. Most meals are three courses; some are four courses - and some even include a special drink.
If you want to participate, you don't need any special tickets or reservations. Simply ask for the dineL.A. restaurant menu when you arrive at the restaurant or when you call for takeout.
The following Manhattan Beach restaurants are participating (we've included the link to each restaurant's dineL.A. menu):
Costa Manhattan Beach (on-site dining) - Lunch, $20; Dinner, $45
MB Post (takeout) - Dinner, $75
Rock'n Fish (on-site dining or takeout) - Lunch, $25, Dinner, $45
Sloopy's Beach Cafe (on-site dining) - Lunch, $15, Dinner, $35
Sugarfish by Sushi Nozawa (takeout or delivery) - Lunch, $35, Dinner $35
Thai Dishes (on-site dining) - Dinner, $35
The Arthur J (takeout) - Dinner, $75
The Source Cafe (on-site dining or takeout) - Lunch, $35, Dinner, $45
The Strand House (on-site dining) - Lunch, $30, Dinner, $55
Tin Roof Bistro (takeout) - Dinner, $45
Zinc @Shade Hotel (on-site dining or takeout) - Lunch, $20, Dinner, $35
Here's the fine print: Remember that prices and meal periods vary by restaurant, and exclude beverages, tax and gratuity. Please contact the restaurant directly before making your reservations or ordering to ensure that the restaurant will be serving its dineL.A. Restaurant Week menu for that meal. And of course, the menus are subject to change due to seasonal availability of ingredients.
What is dineL.A. Restaurant Week? It's a dining event that takes place twice a year and showcases Los Angeles as a premier dining destination while highlighting the diversity of culinary experiences L.A. has to offer.
Although this summer's restaurant climate is vastly different than the last time dineL.A. Restaurant Week came around, the event has been adjusted to include takeout offerings. Nearly 300 restaurants across Los Angeles are participating in this summer's event.