The Low Down
Where to Sit: The main room is the epicenter of the action, but can get loud on busy nights--request seating in the patio room for a more intimate experience. Don't get relegated to the small, remote alcove behind the bar.
Parking: Valet parking is available on the Cole side of the restaurant, but street spots can usually be found in the neighborhood.
What to Drink: The by-the-glass wine selection is generous. Try the $40 Domaine Vrignaud Chablis 2002, great for multi-fish pairings. Corkage is $15.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This Melrose Avenue address has seen its share of deals, movers, shakers and celebs---and influential restaurants come and go from Le St. Germain to Patina. But there's no reason to dwell on the past. No, not with Michael Cimarusti andâ¦
By loloa932849345 at Citysearch
Go for the tasting menu :) Read More
By Privy.net at Foursquare
A seafood restaurant par excellence, this venue has a lot more to offer. Autumnal dcor and hues mark it out as a discreet place to come dine Read More
By martg1198670578 at Citysearch
Went there for my dinner and did the full chef's tasting menu with wine pairings. The food, wine, and service were the best I've ever experienced.... Read More
By LA Home & Style at Foursquare
Known as the best seafood restaurant in the city but save room for the inventive desserts. Read More
By Daniel L at Foursquare
The spicy leaf "tortilla" nasturtium taco is a great way to start your meal here. Read More