8400 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069
Phone: (323) 848-9447
Cafe La Boheme
Bar Tosca At La Boheme
Parking: Street, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: No
Cuisines: Fine Dining, Mediterranean, American, French, European, Continental
Alcohol: Yes, No, Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
05/08/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Our waiter was great, we had some questions about the menu and he was very helpful in answering us. I ordered the Calamari salad to start and my hubby had the bacon wrapped dates. Both were very flavorful but we both tend to have good appetites and we were quick to joke about where we were going to have to eat on the way home. Our entrees came and were again tasty...but we did leave hungry. BTW we both tend towards the skinny side and are not gluttons but when we go out to eat and spend up to a buck and a half (150.00) we want to leave satisfied.
The restaurant is beautiful though and if you don't have a big appetite I would highly suggest it.
02/01/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Don't let all of the romantic reds and chandeliers keep you away, this place is also great for a group of friends looking for something a little classier than the average cafe. In addition to their beautiful interior, the fare is pretty spectacular. I tried one of everything off of the Dine LA menu - the crusted ahi tuna was the stand out dish - a definite must, and the apple crisp was the only desert I took a second bite of. Well, a third and fourth, too.
01/31/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I went here last night with my friend and had a blast. The staff was so accomidating to us, getting us the perfect table on the patio and gave great reccomendations from the menu. I really enjoyed their rack of lamb and french onion soup, two of my favorite dishes! A great realxing birthday meal.
07/08/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Me and my fiance went on a double date to La Boheme and the decor was just FABULOUS. Beautiful chandeliers and the whole place has a red tint. It was our first time there but we lucked out with our table location. It was on the second floor balcony which gives you a view of the whole restaurant. We were in a secluded booth.
The food-We had the warm calamari as an appetizer which was not enough for 4 but very yummy. The guys had the filet Mignon, which was delish and I had the Penne which was OK.
Overall, great place to wine and dine but I honestly would not go back because the food wasn't to die for. One time was great and enough.
With that said, if you ever make reservations, tell them to seat you on the second floor balcony booth.
03/24/2009Provided by Citysearch -
After having closed for remodeling and attempting to re-establish themselves again...they have done a great job in a beautiful setting. Unfortunately, they have not been as successfull with picking some of the staff. Beware of the bartender whose name starts with a T....no personality and certainly not a positive addition to such a nice place. Not only is he rude to customers we also witnessed his rude behavior to a female co-worker. In this day and age places should be happy to have the business that they do and I am sure there are other great people that would be an asset to work here.....Please choose your staff wisely Cafe La Boheme. In this day and age they are almost as important as the food...