Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Dine LA offers fine dining at a low price

Zeinab Saleh

DineLA week is an excellent way for residents to wine and dine at elegant restaurants.

DineLA ran earlier in the month and is set to begin once again in October.

The participating restaurants will offer three-course lunches, three different budgets for dinners, and desert.

Chefs offer enough for a foodie, those in attendance for the event, to leave satisfied without making a dent in their wallet.

Foodies can also enjoy magnificently constructed restaurants while eating their elegantly plated meals.

Christian Fabela, a computer science major said, “It’s a great way to impress a first date.”

This event offers a large list of different restaurants from around the Los Angeles area, including those of Mexican, Italian, contemporary descent, and many other types of cuisines.

Foodies can experience extravagant fine dining from restaurants owned by Wolfgang Puck, Tom Colicchio, Roy Choi and many more.

It might be difficult to just choose a restaurant with so many to choose from. To help, reviews and biographies of each restaurant are posted online to make your choices easier.

With reasonable prices for this level of elegance, foodies may be able to afford to visit more than one of these great restaurants.

“You save money and it’s a great experience.” Michael Villanueva, astronomy major said.

With chefs from all around the world, people get to experience new foods and cultures.

Melissa Virgen, a Culinary Arts Major and DineLA goer describes her experience,

“People may say it’s the worst time to go because restaurants are busy trying to get the food out quickly. They may not give you the quality of service you would normally receive, but I take advantage of DineLA.

“Having the opportunity to try food that usually (is priced) anywhere from $100 to $200 for two people makes it a great way to try food you might not normally have the chance to try.”

The dates and restaurants participating are usually posted online a couple weeks prior to the event.

Dine LA offers fine dining at a low price

Zeinab Saleh

DineLA week is an excellent way for residents to wine and dine at elegant restaurants.

DineLA ran earlier in the month and is set to begin once again in October.

The participating restaurants will offer three-course lunches, three different budgets for dinners, and desert.

Chefs offer enough for a foodie, those in attendance for the event, to leave satisfied without making a dent in their wallet.

Foodies can also enjoy magnificently constructed restaurants while eating their elegantly plated meals.

Christian Fabela, a computer science major said, “It’s a great way to impress a first date.”

This event offers a large list of different restaurants from around the Los Angeles area, including those of Mexican, Italian, contemporary descent, and many other types of cuisines.

Foodies can experience extravagant fine dining from restaurants owned by Wolfgang Puck, Tom Colicchio, Roy Choi and many more.

It might be difficult to just choose a restaurant with so many to choose from. To help, reviews and biographies of each restaurant are posted online to make your choices easier.

With reasonable prices for this level of elegance, foodies may be able to afford to visit more than one of these great restaurants.

“You save money and it’s a great experience.” Michael Villanueva, astronomy major said.

With chefs from all around the world, people get to experience new foods and cultures.

Melissa Virgen, a Culinary Arts Major and DineLA goer describes her experience,

“People may say it’s the worst time to go because restaurants are busy trying to get the food out quickly. They may not give you the quality of service you would normally receive, but I take advantage of DineLA.

“Having the opportunity to try food that usually (is priced) anywhere from $100 to $200 for two people makes it a great way to try food you might not normally have the chance to try.”

The dates and restaurants participating are usually posted online a couple weeks prior to the event.

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