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Eat Well Week in Santa Monica

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Trying  to keep those new year's resolutions? Well some Santa Monica restaurants want to help. From January 5th to the 12th,  a bunch of restaurants will be making sure that their menu offerings are as healthy as they are delicious. It's Santa Monica's 2nd Annual Eat Well Week.  This is part of California Restaurant Month, and Eat Well Week takes place in 30 cities in California, including Santa Monica. Santa Monica's top restaurants will be offering   discounted prix fixe menus and new healthy menu options. 

Here's a list of some of participating restaurants:

Al Mare: 250 Santa Monica Pier | (310) 458-4448

Blue Stove: 220 Broadway | (310) 752-4110

Cast at Viceroy Santa Monica: 1819 Ocean Ave | (310) 260-7511

Del Frisco's Grille Santa Monica: 1551 Ocean Ave, #105 | (310) 395-7333

JiRaffe: 502 Santa Monica Blvd | (310) 917-6671

Lago: 231 Arizona Ave | (310) 451-3525

Loteria Grill: 1251 3rd Street Promenade | (310) 393-2700

Ocean & Vine: 1700 Ocean Ave | (310) 576-3180

Seasons 52: 1501 Ocean Ave | (310) 451-1152

The Curious Palate: 395 Santa Monica Place | (310) 395-2901

The Lobster: 1602 Ocean Ave | (310) 458-9294

Redwood Grille: 395 Santa Monica Place, Suite 308 | (310) 576-0600

Tiato: 2700 Colorado Ave | (310) 866-5228

Upper West Restaurant: 3321 Pico Blvd | (310) 586-1111

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