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Cliff's Edge
New American Restaurant$$
Today 6:00 – 11:00 pm
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3626 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026
3626 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90026
(323) 666-6116cliffsedgecafe.com
$$New American Restaurant, Californian Restaurant
New American Restaurant
Californian Restaurant
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Today 6:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 6:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 6:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 6:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 6:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 6:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 6:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
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An outdoor leafy, romantic patio makes this Californian eatery a popular dining destination.- Google
"Great wine selection with plenty to choose from Italy, France and California."
"Multilevel outdoor patio in the side of the hill behind the restaurant is great."
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Margaret Czeisler
a month ago
The intangibles make this an amazing experience. Be sure to sit outside. Tons of lovely, tropical plants. You feel like you're in another world, right on Sunset. Comfy pillows against the wall/bench seating. Great wine and yummy food (which is really about 4.2 stars)- ambiance, service and cocktails are all excellent. Can't wait to return.
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Justin Tanner
4 months ago
The location is gorgeous. The trees, the open sky, the ambience are all fantastic. However, my experience last night was not particularly fabulous and here's why: #1. it took quite a while for the waiter to come to our table, even though the place was pretty empty at 6:30; #2. my boyfriend got his wine right away but my martini came a full seven minutes later (I timed it). #3. We weren't allowed to sip our drinks and enjoy the atmosphere, we were informed that we had to order RIGHT AWAY otherwise the 'small' kitchen wouldn't be able to get our food out once the 'rush' came. (the rush never came, even for a Saturday night by the time 8 o'clock hit, there were more empty tables than full.) #4. My boyfriend ordered the steak (for $34.00) which turned out to be, no kidding, the toughest piece of meat I've ever tasted. It was worse than a 10 dollar steak at Norms. I wanted to have him send it back but we were celebrating our 16th anniversary and he didn't want to make a fuss. Luckily my venison was fantastic and so we both shared my entree. (On a positive note: The brussel sprouts were delicious, the gem salad was really good, the carrot cake was delicious and the parker house rolls were first rate.) #5. We ordered a green chartreuse as an aperitif which was listed at $13 on the menu. Then the waiter let us know there was a mistake, that the green chartreuse was actually $19. This was fine, we were committed to it being an expensive dinner, but the serving itself was rather on the small side (as were the very pricey martinis.) Maybe this was just an off night - I've eaten there before and it was a much better experience, however, all it takes it once bad meal to never return to a restaurant. And I will never be returning to Cliff's Edge.
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Suzie Hong
8 months ago
My bf and I decided to randomly come here one Friday night and it was one of the most romantic places I've ever been to. The restaurant front is kind of hidden, tucked away in in the back corner of their lot and obscured by tall leafy trees. The tables are strategically placed around these trees instead of the other way around, really making you feel like youre sitting integrated into nature. It was cozy, intimate and somehow let you escape into your own world. We ordered a good mix of dishes, a snack, starter, appetizer and entree and found everything to be good but small portioned. We were actually left still hungry after our meal! The best thing besides the decor were the drinks - hands down the best sazerac either one of us had ever had. The bar itself gives off the same romantic vibe so we will definitely be coming for drinks!
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Ellen Macks
9 months ago
Loved it!!! Our waitress Dana and the French Maître D were great additions to the fabulous food and decor! Can't wait to go back.
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Re becca
a month ago
Really great date place ! Valet is $5 After parking there are two entrance, the one facing the street and the back where the valet parking is. I was drawn to the back because of their huge rustic doors, it looked as if it will lead you to another far away land with the dark lighting and jungle steps to its right. We enter and immediately i thought of a pirate ship, though the server had said it was like a Tree house. With huge pillowed seats and blankets to spare on cold wintery night it was def. an eye catcher! We made late reservations so we wounded up waiting by the bar in the front and that in itself was another interesting piece! The lounging tables and chairs inside looked movie theater-esq. They were stacked all facing one direction and facing the beautiful bar. The food: Brussels Sprouts Almonds, sweet garlic, lemon, balsamic, lebni- beautifully plated and yummy. Wild Mushroom Risotto, roasted mushrooms, parmesan cream, egg yolk.- REALLLY good!!! both the dessert that we ordered were actually a fail in my books. IT was unmemorable that i literally do not remember the name of it. We paired everything with a bottle of Rose' and that was a good night!
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Cyd Zeigler
2 months ago
Annoying service. Most pretentious restaurant I've been to in 20 years in Los Angeles. Food is fine but not particularly flavorful. The drinks were decent. Many better spots in the city and even in the neighborhood.
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Dorothea Brito
8 months ago
Wonderful location off the main strip. Everything we had on the menu was fantastic. The calamari was the best ever! We took our children with us and they had a good selection for them and were very accommodating. Our waitress was really wonderful; personable and on top of it. Would highly recommend.
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Alice Ford
a year ago
If you are looking to get out of the typical LA feel for a night, just step foot into this hidden countryside retreat in the heart of SilverLake. The ambiance will blow you away. The doorway gives way to an outdoor seating area nestled around a giant ficus tree. The cozy bench seats covered in pillows wrap around the tree and continue into an upper deck with heat lamps and lights strung overhead to give you the feeling of being nestled away in the countryside. There is also seating inside, the post and beam construction and wood plank walls give it a rustic country feel, and the simple wooden tables with candles and wine glasses give it the feel of Europe. Great wine selection with plenty to choose from Italy, France and California. If you are here for dinner here is what we ordered, please note the menu changes often. If you like croissants order the bread for the table, the light buttery taste was delicious, and the potato fritters were great as well- like a deep fried mashed potato. For dinner we had the lamb and the skate fish with artichoke hearts. The fish was cooked exquisitely and the lamb was also superb. It took quite awhile for our dinner to come but we were content with our wine and appetizers so we did not mind. For dessert we had the strawberry shortcake with fresh strawberries and chocolate bark to top it off. Will definitely be going back for brunch.
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