Cafe La Boheme
In 2007 the old La Boheme was transformed into the contemporary Cafe La Boheme. It is now more than 20 years in West Hollywood and has become the restaurant for special events, family reunions, birthdays and parties with its chandelier and white linen. It is a place to remember for sure.
Chef Christine Banta guides the kitchen, and creates exceptional food with multi-faceted choices: Sliders and Mac n’cheese; Shoe string fries and Crispy Blue Crab cake; Roasted Beet Salad and Wild Mushroom Risotto. Try the Pineapple Up and Down Cake as dessert and you feel like in heaven! Last but not least ther is Bohemian Happy Hour 7 days a week from 4.30 to 7.30.
8400 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069
Located in the spectacular Walt Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles, you can find the Patina that is under the wings of Master Chef Joachim Splichal. This Relais & Chateaux property will pamper you seasonal tasting menus, gourmet cheeses, caviar service, and an award-winning wine list. It offers elegant al fresco dining, stylish late night cocktail bar and an impeccable service. It is the place to go for special occasions.
Their 7 course tasting menu which is $115 per person sounds high but you know, it is worth it. Just skip a couple of mediocre dinners and it’s fine.
The best is an unusual but delicious dessert and it is Basil paste with Harry’s Berries strawberries and vanilla ice cream. Too good! Yelp crowns the restaurant with 4,5 stars – as good a sit can get in LA.
141 South Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012
The Little Door
Behind The Little Door, there is a romantic and hidden paradise, that will seduce you with a rustic Mediterranean cuisine. The Little Door is
the Winner of the “Best Romantic Restaurant of LA”, so if you are ready to unwind from the city’s buzz, this place is for you. There are four dining areas: The Patio, Winter Garden, Piano Room and Blue Room.
Start with “Mezze”, a plate with assorted Mediterranean Appetizers and Basket of Homemade Pita, Flatbread, Kibbeh, Falafel and Spanakopita. Try the scallops, they are and well cooked, then you should get the Cured Sockeye Salmon Carpaccio, and or Moroccan Braised Lamb Shank with Blenheim Apricots, Honey and Almond and the Pot de Creme. If you like salad choose the Dungeness Crab, Avocado and Peach Salad. All in all: Excellent dining experience. That’s why the Yelpers give 4.5 stars, which is pretty good.
8164 West 3rd Street, LA CA 90048
(between Crescent Heights and La Jolla)
Sunday ~ Thursday 6 PM – 10 PM
Friday ~ Saturday 6 PM – 11 PM
Sunday ~ Wednesday 6 PM – 1 AM
Thursday ~ Saturday 6 PM – 2 AM