Take-Out Tip of the Day: 3-Course Meals To-Go at Dialogue

A daily dining idea when you can only eat in
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • March 25, 2020
Even fine-dining establishments are pivoting to takeout. Chef Dave Beran’s acclaimed Santa Monica tasting-menu restaurant Dialogue is offering three-course meals to-go for $35. Tonight, there’s a slow-cooked pork belly served with Italian wedding...
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