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All You Need to Know about the Beverly Center's Restaurant Week!

If you live in Los Angeles and enjoy eating, chances are you've heard of Restaurant Week. It's a time when a selection of restaurants around the city offers fixed-price menus so you can eat like a king for less than what it would typically cost.


Beverly Center's annual Restaurant Week has become a favorite for foodies and bargain hunters alike. Taking place from September 15th through September 25th, the Beverly Center’s annual restaurant week features special prix fixe menus from six shopping center restaurants. During this time, you can choose between breakfast, lunch, and dinner deals at H&H Brazilian Steak House, Noor Cafe, Yardbird, ABSteak, Tocaya, and Pitchoun Bakery & Cafe.



Brazilian steakhouses are no new thing, but if you haven't tried H&H yet, you're missing out. It’s a new addition to Beverly Center, which has become a staple in the LA dining scene. For the restaurant week, H&H is offering an all-you-can-eat Churrasco menu for $65 per person, which includes an organic salad, side dishes, dessert, and a complimentary glass of house wine. Children 0 to 6 years old are complimentary, and Kids 7 to 12 years old only pay half the price of the Brazilian Churrasco!

Noor Cafe is one of the newer places to open up at the Beverly Center, and it is a fantastic addition. They specialize in Halal Mediterranean cuisine with Mexican influence. For the restaurant week, Noor Café is offering all-you-can-eat Tacos for $45 per person with complimentary lemonade, chips and guacamole, side dishes, and cheesecake for dessert.

Yardbird is Modern American Southern Fine Dining. Yardbird has two menus for the restaurant week: lunch and dinner. The lunch menu is $35 per person which includes a starter, and choice of a grilled pimento cheese sandwich, Nashville hot yardbird sandwich, or Cajun shrimp pasta as the main course, plus sorbet for dessert. The dinner menu is $55 per person and is more extensive. The dinner menu includes a starter, and a choice of Lewellyn’s fried chicken, roasted 1/2 bird, or grilled creole spiced salmon. For dessert, you can choose between key lime pie and sorbet.


ABSteak is the perfect place to indulge in a hearty Korean-style steak. Their restaurant week menu is designed for two for $120. The menu includes Australian wagyu brisket and marinated prime boneless short rib, which you cook right at your table. Dinner is served with home-made banchans plus mixed green salad with AB oriental dressing, signature sauces, and dipping salts. For starters, you can enjoy JAPCHAE which is marinated glass noodles, beef, onions, bell peppers, carrots, and oyster mushrooms. The menu also offers classic Korean soju, and house-made Korean traditional sweet rice sorbet for dessert.

If you like Chipotle-style burritos and tacos, then you’ll love Tocaya. It’s a popular chain in LA with a hip and sophisticated fast-casual setting. Their restaurant week menu offers two tacos, one side, and one agua fresca for only $11.25. You can choose between four different tacos, a variety of sides, and a choice of cucumber mint limeade, strawberry basil, or pineapple jalapeño Aguas Frescas.

If you’ve been to the Beverly Center, you’ve probably passed by Pitchoun. This bakery has been a staple in the neighborhood for years and is a great option if you’re craving a sweet treat. They’re offering a breakfast menu and a lunch menu for restaurant week. The breakfast menu is $19.95 for one special Omelette, one plain Croissant, and one black coffee or a black or green tea. The lunch menu is also $19.95 and includes one sandwich, one special dessert, and one soda.


Disclaimer: I was invited to the restaurant week with my family at these restaurants for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

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