During dineL.A. Restaurant Week, West Hollywood is the Place to Be
Twice a year, local restaurants offer amazing prix fixe deals
dineL.A. Restaurant Week (January 17-31, 2020) is a celebration of drinking and dining around the city of Los Angeles, and it keeps getting bigger and better. Each Restaurant Week lasts about two weeks, and they happen twice a year—in mid-January and mid-July. This is now the largest restaurant week in the entire nation, and West Hollywood is at the center of the action.
Restaurants offer prix fixe meals at special prices, far below what they’d typically cost. It’s a great opportunity to visit fine dining restaurants and try different kinds of cuisine.
Hundreds of standout restaurants around the city will participate in the dineL.A. showcase on January 17-31, including 23 of West Hollywood’s most acclaimed restaurants.
Want a taste of what to expect? Here are a few of the delectable dishes that are available in West Hollywood during winter dineL.A. in January 2020.
When you visit Conservatory, you’ll notice the food is as vibrant as the decor. The multi-tiered space is ideal for socializing and the food is perfect for sharing. Enjoy the tricolor cauliflower plated with romesco, pedro ximenez vinegar and parmigiano-reggiano.
Quinoa Onion Rings
Fresh on Sunset
This Toronto-based restaurant brings vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes to West Hollywood. One of their popular dishes is the quinoa onion rings made with puffed quinoa and served with house-made chipotle mayo.
Veggie lovers will discover exciting new flavors at Ardor, located inside the West Hollywood EDITION. The vegetable-centric menu is filled with family-style dishes prepared with fresh produce from local farmer’s markets. The Cauliflower Tandoor is a whole roasted cauliflower flavored with chaat masala, cashews and barberries.
Spicy “Sausage” Pizza
Cecconi’s is a modern-day Italian spot that plays homage to classic dishes while adding their own fresh spin to them. They recently added plant-based dishes to their menu like the spicy “sausage” pizza with mushrooms and almond aioli.
You’ll find one of the best burgers in Los Angeles at BOA Steakhouse. The BOA Burger pairs an 8 oz. dry aged burger with camembert cheese and caramelized onions all on a brioche bun.
Bucatini with Bone Marrow
We bet you can’t say bone marrow without your mouth watering! Tesse’s bucatini pasta dish with bone barrow, duck prosciutto and balsamic will wake up all your taste buds.
Employees Only stacks their flavors high during dineL.A. The wagyu burger is assembled with taleggio fonduta, onion rings and caramelized onions. We also have to mention their crispy bird—a half chicken prepared two ways. The leg and thigh are smoked over olive wood and the breast is sous-vide with fish sauce and chili butter. The dish comes with lemon oregano flatbread, agrodolce, fermented chili salsa, and house pickles.
Four Cheese Mac and Cheese
Hugo’s is a longtime favorite among vegans and vegetarians. Their menu includes a vegan reuben sandwich and a four cheese mac and cheese that can be made gluten-free or vegan.
Come to Tower Bar for the food, the view and the company. You never know who might be sitting next to you. Dine on an angus beef burger that comes with onion compote, arugula, secret sauce and your choice of cheese on a brioche bun.
Gracias Madre continues to satisfy our vegan Mexican cravings with their menu creations. The gorditas are masa cakes topped with black beans, chorizo, green sauce, almond cotija cheese, crema and rice chicharrón.
You can never go wrong with avocado toast, but Pacifique is taking it up a notch with their mushroom toast. Have the ultimate umami moment with mushrooms, garlic, creme fraiche and truffle oil.
Looking for a light meal during dine L.A.? Granville’s poke bowl is prepared with sashimi grade tuna, soba noodles, coconut nectar, mango, avocado, and toasted sesame seeds.
Pork Chop Paillard
Taste on Melrose
Taste knows how to take American comfort food to the next level. The Pork Chop Paillard is served with burrata, wild baby arugula, roasted cherry tomato and topped with a balsamic reduction.
French Onion Soup
Petrossian West Hollywood
Petrossian becomes wonderfully affordable during dineL.A. Savor the french onion soup made with onion consomme, comté cream and beef tendon. Don’t forget to pick up some caviar to take home.
Home Made Bread Pudding
This is the place for French comfort food. You can’t visit WeHo Bistro without ordering their homemade bread pudding with raisins and drizzled with vanilla and caramel sauces.
Spanish Grilled Cheese
Once again, Lucques is packing a lot of flavors into rustic, comfort dishes. The spanish grilled cheese brings together mahon cheese, chorizo and romesco sauce served with an apple-arugula side salad.
Tortilla Republic’s jalapeño margaritas pair well with every dish on the menu. Start things off with grilled octopus marinated in adobo sauce and served with a jalapeño and micro radish salad and fried plantains. Also on the menu, vegan gorditas made with impossible “chorizo,” vegan queso fresco and cashew crema.
Connie & Ted’s
The Lobster Roll at Connie and Ted’s is an L.A. institution and is always available your way. The first option is to have it hot, with warmed, drawn butter. The second is a cold preparation, with the meat tossed in a creamy, chilled mayo. Both preparations are served on a buttery, soft, brioche roll made in-house daily.
La Boheme’s winter dineL.A. menu starts off with your choice of a garden, sea, or land trio. Go with the sea trio as your starter course to feast on baked bay scallops, hamachi crudo and crispy dim sum shrimp.
Hiramasa Kingfish Aguachile
E.P. & L.P.
For dineL.A., Chef Sabel continues to serve her bright flavors and the hiramasa kingfish aguachile doesn’t disappoint. Raw kingfish is prepared with spicy aji amarillo and cucumbers for a light but flavorful dish.
You have to visit Katana for their robata skewers, but your first course should be the maguro carpaccio consisting of tuna sashimi with wasabi soy truffle oil, arugula, avocado and shaved parmesan cheese.
Kobe Beef Style Stone Steak
Dining at Aburiya Raku is an experience you’ll never stop talking about. Order the Kobe Beef served on a stone and flambeed Hennessy Cognac at table side.
New York Strip 40 Day Prime Dry-Aged Strip
Combine sea and land dishes for your dineL.A. meal at Roku. Start things off with fresh scallops or sashimi and then dig into a 40-day prime dry-aged New York strip served with vegetables.