700 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Parking: Paid, Garage, Street, Lot, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Cafeterias, Italian, Dessert, European, Bakeries, Continental
Alcohol: Full Bar
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Bad acoustics, but good food. If you're willing to wait an hour and a half for a table in the evenings and weekends, this place is good. If you're willing to eat dinner at 530 or 6, then you'll have better luck and maybe only wait 15-20 minutes. The hostesses remembered my name and who I was and was able to grab me in the waiting area. The food was good, inexpensively priced for DTLA and the hype, and the desserts were delicious.
I was lucky to sit near the side and was able to hear my fiance, while he spoke to me but if you're looking to take someone on a date, don't expect to talk much.
Service was great but food is pretty pricey. I've eaten somewhere else with the same price range, but food was better. This place was also pretty noisy. Great interior design though.
They have excellent food, and the building is gorgeous. It is quite noisy, though. Prices are mid-range to high for entrees. Desserts are to die for.
Amazing food and bakery in a gorgeous space. Love stopping in by on weekends and sitting in the bar area. Great people watching over really good cocktails andfood. Love the tartufo and burrata pizzas, the arancini and the lobster hash. Service is always great and the staff is super friendly. The macarons are hard to resist and I always grab a box to go. I especially love the lemon and pistachio flavors. It gets super packed at night so reservations are a must.
02/26/2012Provided by Citysearch -
This place was recommended to us by our hotel but with the heads-up that it was a little loud. We thought - that's ok, how loud can it be? This place is SO. LOUD. Once inside we went to put in our name for a reservation. I literally stood in front of the hostess stand, with 4 hostesses standing behind it, and went completely ignored for at LEAST 5 minutes. I eventually had to ask if I could add my name. I was looked at as though I were worthless and they indeed wrote down my name... and circled it. I went ahead and assumed that little circle meant that we would indeed by seated last, if ever. We left and had a wonderful experience elsewhere.