Joshua Lurie


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Voodoo Doughnut Tray
Family-friendly dining doesn’t require a kid’s meal with a cardboard crown and disposable toy. Restaurants participating in dineL.A. Restaurant Week have devised menus featuring foods that kids crave, minus kitsch, and something to satisfy whoever’s at the table.
Starlight Booth | Photo: La Boucherie
From LA landmarks to the hottest new restaurants, have the best date night ever with dineL.A. Restaurant Week this summer!
dineL.A. Burger Trek 2019
The dineL.A. Burger Trek celebrates the city’s diverse burger scene by highlighting the must-eat options at 32 established neighborhood spots across town, from chef-driven offerings at Everson Royce Bar, Republique, and Rossoblu to classics such as The Apple Pan and Bill’s Burgers.
Dave’s Hotts Wicked Good Peppa Spread at Dave’s Chillin N Grillin
More restaurants are selling house-made sauces for home use or to give as gifts. Bring a taste of your favorite chefs on the road without by just ordering takeout or reheating leftovers.
House-Charred Bloody Mary at Lunetta All Day
Restaurants across L.A. treat the Bloody Mary like an art form, crafting house-made mixes and garnishes. Discover 10 of L.A.’s best, most unique Bloody Marys.
Sambal Tasting at Kasih in Little Tokyo
There's much more to Little Tokyo dining than sushi and ramen. Discover five of the historic neighborhood's best dishes.
Minced pork on rice at Joy on York
Discover five of the best dishes in Highland Park spanning Asian and European cuisines.
Pastelaso El Guero at Mariscos El Bigotón
Discover five of the best dishes in the vibrant community located between Boyle Heights and Montebello/Monterey Park.