dineLA takes place from July 16 – 27 for its first ever summer run, and many of the participating restaurants can be easily reached by Metro.
For those who aren’t familiar with dineLA, it’s 12 days of foodie heaven. Restaurants put together special three-course menus at fixed prices ranging from $15 – $25 for lunches and $25 – $45 for dinners. (Prices do not include drinks, tax or gratuity.) The menus often include the restaurant’s most popular dishes or the chef’s latest creations, and it’s a great way to sample a variety of dishes at reasonable prices.
Here’s a list of just some of the participating dineLA restaurants that are near a Metro stop:
- Lukshon –Culver City Station, Expo Line; Culver City Bus 1 to Washinton/Helms
- Mo-chica – 7th St/Metro Station, Expo/Blue/Red/Purple Line; Metro Bus 51 to 7th/Grand
- Brunello Trattoria –Culver City Station, Expo Line; Culver City Bus 1 to Washington/La Cienega
- Maison Akira –LakeStation, Gold Line; Metro Bus 180 to Colorado/Oak Knoll
- Sushi Roku – Memorial Park Station, Gold Line; Metro Bus 180 to Colorado/De Lacey
- Haven Gastropub – Memorial Park Station, Gold Line; Metro Bus 180 to Colorado/De Lacey
- Parkway Grill – Fillmore Station or Del Mar Station, Gold Line; Metro Bus 177 or 256 to Arroyo/Bellvue
- Aburiya Toranoko – Little Tokyo/Arts District Station, Gold Line
- Wolfgang Puck L.A. Bistro –Universal City Station, Red Line
- Rolling Stone Los Angeles – Hollywood/Highland Station, Red Line; Metro Bus 212 to Hollywood/Highland
- Papilles – Hollywood/Vine Station, Red Line; Metro Bus 222 to Yucca/Vine
- Rivera – Pico Station, Expo/Blue Line; Metro Bus 81 to Flower/11th
- Corkbar – Pico Station, Expo/Blue Line; Metro Bus 14 to Olive/12th
- The Sky Room –1st Street Station, Blue Line; Long Beach Passport Bus A, B or D to Ocean/Breakers
- Water Grill –Pershing Square Station, Red/Purple Line; Metro Bus 60 to Grand/6th
- Traxx – Union Station, Red/Purple/Gold Line
Make sure to visit dineLA’s website for a complete list of participating restaurants. And as always, there is more than one route to get you to all this great food, so use Trip Planner. Happy eating!
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Thanks for the tip!
The Source, Contributor
I live literally around the corner from Parkway Grill, and I’d say it’s closer to Fillmore (albeit slightly) than Del Mar.