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Business Description
Serving West Hollywood for over 30 years, Cafe D'Etoile is located on the famous Santa Monica Blvd strip in West Hollywood. Year round dining indoor & out 7 days a week. Enjoy a drink at our full bar with a large selection of beer, wine and specials.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Fax Number: (310) 858-1209

Payment method
debit, all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
West Hollywood, Central LA
Categories
Cafeterias, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Coffee & Espresso Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good for Kids: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, Coffee House, Take Out, Cafeterias, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average

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Joe E.

10/14/2010

Overall
Great Place!

I've eaten here numerous times over the years and the food and service is always wonderful. It doesn't matter if its a party of 2 or 20, brunch, lunch, or dinner, the experience is consistently amazing. The food is delicious, and the staff is friendly and accommodating. I'll continue to go back as often as I can.

Allan Barger

03/07/2010

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Overall
I keep coming back

I love the fun times I have here. The food is [almost] always good, the prices are reasonable. I've only had one poor entree out of the 8-10 times I've been here. Lunch is a great time to visit, but make a reservation for the evening. The people are friendly. I keep coming back and bringing friends.

ryan90046

11/07/2008

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Overall
Horrible service.

I've gone in to eat at the bar on three different occasions. Each time the bartender named Chris visited with his friends and ANNOYING boyfriend, rather than take care of his customers. It took me forever to get him to take my food order and I just gave up on ordering a second drink. The sad is that his 5 friends were not even ordering anything. They brought food in from another restaurant along with their Starbucks. It just didn't seem like a restaurant, it seemed like a frat party. I felt like I was a nuissance

james10023

08/17/2007

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Overall
Best Service, Reasonable Price, and Flexible Menu

So many restaurants to choose from in West Hollywood, but if you want a little of everything this is the only one. I pick for a quiet dinner date; a brunch place with a group of friends; or even a solo Sunday morning breakfast.

The menu has many of your favorite staples, and the kitchen is flexible to suit your variations. The decor is not my style, but it fits with the name!

bristow1

07/13/2007

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Overall
A Fine Way to Spend Your Afternoon!

I come into LA from Las Vegas, on business several times a year, and Cafe D'etoile has always been my afternoon refuge. Over the years, D'etoile has changed little (it's definitely a small space - very French), it remains a most convivial place to eat a excellent meal, have a great drink, and spend a fine afternoon's or evening's repast in genial conversation. For West Hollywood, this is as good as it get's for the boulevardier. One of the things that is so nice, is the wide mix of clientele that frequent the cafe, giving it a casual, yet exciting, feel. This is definately a place where the gentleman can enjoy the afternoon, before he goes on to the heavier duties of his evening.

timonharper

01/13/2007

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Overall
Nice gay neighborhood restaurant

I've always liked the place because of the ""gay"" qualities. You can expect disco music to be playing and the clientel to be colorful. The hosts and waitstaff are always accomodating (the one bitchy guy left, thank god) and the food is better than most gay restaurants. And even though sometimes the food may be off, the feeling you have when you leave is that you were treated like family.

chaselangford

02/07/2006

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Overall
The perfect Gay Cafe

This place always has great food and nice crowd. It's the perfect size cafe. They have the best lamb chops and the warm duck salad is a favorite. They can make a better margarita than any Mexican restaurant.

gerryjim

03/31/2005

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Overall
Not as good as they use to be.

I have eaten here twice in the past three months and find the food just not that good. It is average at best. On my visit yesterday, the server became defensive when I pointed out how unripe the papaya was in my salad. He did however bring me replacement ripe papaya. He must hear complaints a lot, judging from his response. Food is too expensive for the quality.

vulcan_man

09/21/2003

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Overall
Awsome!

Great food & drinks! Service is outstanding! Get the Prime Rib special. I thinks it's pretty standard on Friday nights!

jennifer670

02/21/2003

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Overall
Spectacular!!!!!

Any time I want a great meal I go to D'etoile. I have Never been dissappointed. Consistently Fabulous. On the lighter side the Green apple salad is to die for. If you are ready for a hearty meal the menu has lamb, steak and fish dishes, always perfectly cooked and perfectly seasoned. I just Love this place.

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