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Redefining Contemporary LA Dining

Business Description
With OUR central location right on Wilshire. Blvd 16 is your quintessential neighborhood hangout. Pull UP a barstool and hang with OUR expert barkeeps. WHO whip UP cocktails using seasonal ingredients.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (310) 475-8711

Fax: (310) 475-5220

Payment method
diners club, amex, debit, discover, master card, visa
Price Range
$$
Location
Hotel Palamar
Neighborhoods
Westwood, West Los Angeles
AKA

Boulevard 16

Categories
Night Clubs, Bars, Taverns, Restaurants

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ocfooddiva

05/28/2012

Overall
The Mini Burger is topped with...

The Mini Burger is topped with bourbon onions, smoked tomato, black pepper aioli, and jack cheese. The Mini Burger’s (aka Slider) beefy patty was flavorful, but the star was the bourbon onions. They make this little burger (which is a mini replica of the full-size Bourbon Beer Burger) taste like no other. It was sweet, caramelized, yet not cooked down all of the way, leaving it still juicy. It just needed more jack cheese as it missed the creaminess and the aioli just didn’t do it justice. Thumbs up!



Fish Taco is topped with pickled habañero, shredded cabbage, and crème fraiche. The fish was fried to a crispy perfection and initially seems like an ordinary fish taco, but wait there’s more. The pickled habaneros added a wonderful flavor and then a few moments later, hit you like a major fire ball. You’ll definitely need a glass of milk with this one! All in all, the flavors are really good, but the aftermath maybe too much for the non-chili eater. Warning: do not eat this with wine or straight liquor. It will make intensify the burn, making it even hotter. Thumbs up!

donniebrasco

12/12/2008

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Overall
Keeping it real. . .

I hate it when people get all rightous on a public blog, get a life when you get the time Jerry, I thought the place was good.

jerryfromsc

11/08/2008

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Overall
Destination restaurant? I don't think so.

It's sad to see that blvd 16 needs to post their own postitive reviews. ..almost as sad as this ""essentially a hotel restaurant sort of place, with cuisine to match.

Seriously -- overpriced and simply not worth it.

WestSider1

07/27/2008

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Overall
Terrible service, confused staff

I was excited to check out this new restaurant in our neighborhood, especially after reading about the poolside dining (which sounded lovely for a hot sunny Sunday afternoon). I called and confirmed that they were serving brunch until 2pm, that we could eat by the pool, and that it would be an appropriate place for an upscale family meal. I made a reservation on Open Table & looked forward to dining there. We arrived promptly at our 1:45pm reservation time, but they lost our reservation, told us that poolside dining was only available for hotel guests, that they stopped serving brunch at noon (huh?) and were only serving their bar menu. Arrrgh! We asked them what they suggested, and the hostess actually said (no kidding) ""Well, we could give you some rolls or something for you to take out"". What?!? What a fiasco. Add to that the fact that it was dark, dreary and deserted at a time when everywhere else in Westwood is mobbed. We won't be back.

EaterDylan08

07/22/2008

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Overall
Knowledgeable Staff and Excellent Cuisine

Ate at BLVD 16 a few weeks ago. It was a special occasion and they made us feel amazing. Not only did they treat us to a glass of champagne with strawberries, they also used our names throughout the meal which made us feel special.
Chef Dolinky knows what hes doing and is delivering great flavors in a relaxed setting and style. The seasonal menu is a great way to experience his original take on modern american cuisine.
Overall, BLVD 16 is surely a step in the right direction for dinning in Westwood and should certainly be tried.

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