Food & Drink

10 Must-Try Dishes in West Hollywood During dineL.A.

dineL.A. Restaurant Week is a celebration of drinking and dining around the city of Los Angeles and it only keeps getting better. It’s now the largest restaurant week in the entire nation.

It’s happening from January 11th through January 25th this winter, and hundreds of incredible, standout restaurants around the city will participate. West Hollywood shines particularly bright during this two-week showcase, with chefs exploring flavor profiles from California cuisine and exotic dishes from international cuisine.

Learn more about dineL.A. here

Don’t know where to start? We’ve rounded up the 10 must-eat dishes of dineL.A. in West Hollywood. You won’t want to miss a single bite.

Kurobuta Pork Chop
Croft Alley at The Standard

Croft Alley at The Standard is known for dishes that highlight fresh flavors and local ingredients. Keep an eye out for the Kurobuta Pork Chop served with long-braised cabbage and bacon jam.

Lobster Roll
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.

Dungeness Crab Ravioli 

Cecconi’s is a modern-day Italian spot that plays homage to classic dishes while adding their own fresh spin to them. You can’t miss out on the perfect plate of pasta which combines fresh ravioli stuffed with dungeness crab.

Sweet & Sour Sticky Pork Ribs 
E.P. & L.P.

For dineL.A., Chef Louis is plating fun twists on American classics, using the flavors of the Far East. A dish that’s always on our radar is the Sweet & Sour Sticky Pork Ribs with mint, cilantro, and roasted rice. Plus, you can’t beat the skyline views from the roof at E.P. & L.P.

Green Tea Tiramisu
Roku Sunset

Roku Sunset serves a Japanese lunch that you’ll want to tell everyone about. The menu features skewers, poke, fresh sushi, and green tea tiramisu. You read that right, green tea tiramisu. Trust us, you’ll definitely be raving about this dessert.

Caviar Risotto
Petrossian West Hollywood

Petrossian becomes wonderfully affordable during dineL.A. at just $59 for a 3-course meal. The star at this French restaurant is caviar and during dineL.A. you can enjoy a creamy Caviar Risotto. Better make a reservation now, because these tables will fill up fast.

Waffle and Oreo Panna Cotta Sandwich
Taste on Melrose

All your childhood favorites have been put together in one dessert. Taste on Melrose has combined Oreo cookies, waffle cookies and peanut butter for this dessert sandwich. Taste knows how to take American comfort food to the next level.

White Truffle Linguini
Tesse Restaurant

Tesse has put together a special white truffle tasting menu for the dineL.A. Exclusive Series. Feast on four courses plus dessert that highlight this decadent ingredient. Our taste buds are dancing just thinking about the Cacio e Pepe dish topped with white truffles.

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Cacio e Pepe, White Truffles

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Apple Cheesecake Chimichangas
Tortilla Republic

Come for the Jalapeño margaritas but stay for the dessert. The flavor combinations at Tortilla Republic never dissapoint and this dessert made with gala apples, mascarpone cream, cinnamon, and caramel is another successful creation.

Purista Margarita
Gracias Madre

Margarita lovers, this one’s for you. Gracias Madre prepares them in the purest of forms—tequila reposado, agave, lime, orange bitters, sweet citrus salt rim—without sacrificing flavor. You can order yours spicy or made with mezcal if you’re feeling adventurous.

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