5 Luxe DineLA Dishes You Have To Try

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If you’ve resolved to be a more adventurous foodie in 2018, dineLA is making it easy for you to make good on that resolution. The two-week long culinary event kicks off this Friday, January 12th and runs through Friday, January 26th. 

With hundreds of participating LA restaurants, it’s overwhelming to choose where to eat and what to eat, which is why we’ve handpicked five truly luxe and delicious dineLA dishes that you definitely don’t want to miss.

Herringbone’s Whole Roasted Branzino

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At Herringbone, Top Chef alum Brian Malarkey serves up his signature whole roasted Branzino during dineLA. The flavorful (and Instagram-worthy!) fish is bursting with flavor thanks to rainbow chard, parsnip, Brussels, and citrus.

Providence’s Fluke Sashimi

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If you’re a seafood lover, consider Providence’s dineLA tasting menu a must try. It stars this beautiful fluke sashimi alongside Hokkaido sea scallop and British Columbia troll-caught king salmon. It’s almost too pretty to eat.

Patina’s Poached Maine Lobster

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As part of its five-course prix-fixe dinner menu for dineLA, Patina will be pleasing the palates of foodies with its delicious poached Maine lobster. The luxe dish is served with espresso carrot mousse, nasturtium, and Pommes maxim.

The Bellwether’s Bread Pudding

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Make it a 2018 goal to swing by The Bellwether in Studio City and indulge in chef Ted Hopson’s Jameson bread pudding dessert. Made with Jameson butterscotch and served with salted caramel ice cream and candied pecans, this is one treat you won’t soon forget.

Petrossian’s Panna Cotta

Petrossian Panna CottaPhoto Credit: Petrossian

Petrossian is known for its caviar but during dineLA make sure you indulge in the Panna Cotta dessert too. The mouthwatering treat is infused with Petrossian’s own brand of tea and it’s topped with crisp coconut ice cream, fresh raspberries, and butter wafers.

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