Eat + Drink Week

Join us October 18th-27th for amazing food and drink menus from some of your favorite West Hollywood restaurants and bars. To top it off, we’ll be donating $1 to Project Angel Food for every seated reservation made through our official OpenTable links during the restaurant week.

Check out all participating restaurants and their special menus on our official Eat + Drink Week website.


Is there anything more inviting than a perfect California avocado, sliced and layered on toast with all the fixings, from fried eggs to bright chives?

You’ll want to follow that with crudo or ceviche––the perfect lite lunch in the never-ending sunshine of Los Angeles––and any good evening includes a bite of something exotic, be it Asian noodles, seared South American beef or modern European dishes, swimming in sauce. There’s a bottle of crispy bubbly at some point, on a rooftop with dessert, of course.

West Hollywood has been a participant in hundreds of food events celebrating both Los Angeles and California over the years. However, this will be the very first year to celebrate the illustrious drinking and dining scene of this storied neighborhood––with the first-ever West Hollywood Eat + Drink Week.

For 10 full days, from October 18th to 27th, the neighborhood will showcase its best in culinary, from the atmosphere of outdoor dining to incredible wine lists, from Michelin-recognized chefs to cocktail pairings. Don’t forget those late-night club parties, too. We have a history in West Hollywood of loud Rock and unforgettable extravagance––and this festival will celebrate it all.

Current Participants

Top Tier Bites

Eat + Drink West Hollywood is a perfect time to book a reservation at some of the city’s most coveted tables, when deals will be plentiful and chef tastings will abound. In 2019, the Michelin Guide returned after a decade-long absence to feature Los Angeles, and more than a dozen restaurants were highlighted from right here in West Hollywood.

Options like Pacifique––California cuisine with Asian flavors––and Blackship––visually innovative dishes that blend Italian and Japanese cuisine––give you five-star food at affordable prices below $40 a person. Or, splurge with exceptional, haute cuisine at the neighborhood mainstays of Katana––Japanese, smoke-infused skewers and raw, delicate fish––or Tesse, a French restaurant with an adjoining wine store.

Staycation or Vacation

The neighborhood is most famous for its music history, but coming in a close second might be the hotel culture here. West Hollywood is the ideal option for visiting L.A. from another city, and equally adept at presenting locals with an unforgettable break from the daily monotony. During Eat + Drink, the hotels will be offering perks to diners and drinkers, too.

Boxwood Restaurant has plenty of surrounding greenery under the night sky at the London West Hollywood, and also a great deal of greenery on the plate, in the form of fresh California vegetables. Expect fun, British pairings in both drink and dining by acclaimed chef Anthony Keen. Over at Cavatina at the Sunset Marquis, you’re likely to bump elbows with a celebrity, or even clink one of several bottomless mimosas if you stay by the pool all day. We also advise popping by Mardi Restaurant during this week if you’re ‘cationing with a crowd. Their family-sized portions and garden setting make it feel like a special, backyard event.

Book a room at a participating West Hollywood hotel for the ultimate outpost from which to experience a fabulous few days of Eat + Drink West Hollywood.

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