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Craft Los Angeles
American Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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10100 Constellation Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90067
10100 Constellation BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90067
$$$American Restaurant, Bar
American Restaurant
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New American Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmSaturday 5:30 am – 9:30 pmSunday Closed
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Although superstar chef Tom Colicchio opened his first Craft restaurant in New York in 2001, Craft Los Angeles has become a decidedly LA institution.
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Renowned chef Tom Colicchio's farm-to-table New American fare plated in a sleek, elegant setting.- Google
"The braised beef short ribs were great."
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"We paired these with a side of pureed mashed potatoes and were not disappointed."
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Dawn Martin
2 weeks ago
I went here for a team holiday lunch ~2011. We had a the pre-fix menu and it was very good food. The pumpkin soup was delicious but tasted more like pumpkin pie. I had the skate - it was my first time and I would definitely get it again. I'd love to come back some time for the regular menu.
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Suzie Hong
6 months ago
I took a good friend here for her birthday dinner and was absolutely blown away by Craft LA! The service was amazing, and our server had really great recommendations for us. Every dish we ordered tasted perfect where nothing was too saucy, too seasoned, or overwhelmed by other flavors. It was simple food, prepare wonderfully well, so that the focus was on the flavors itself. Additionally, the restaurant was gracious enough to give us extra appetizers, desserts, and even little samplings to take home for breakfast the next day. Really amazing and worth every penny!
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Jacob Eggers
11 months ago
The ceviche was great. The braised beef short ribs were great. The scallops were the most tender I've ever had. The texture of warm butter. The mushrooms were so flavorful. Even the next day they were scarfable. The food was quite flawless.
Melinda Shulman
a year ago
We go to Craft at least once a year. It is quite expensive but worth the trip. The style of service is a unique design. You build your dinner from different groupings of foods. Everything is always cooked and seasoned very well, as it better be for the prices. outstanding wine list, of course.
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Natalie Kusonruksa
2 months ago
What stood out the most of my entire visit to Craft is the service. I made a reservation about a week ahead of time for my boyfriend's birthday on Opentable. They called me several days ahead to confirm that it was a birthday and asked for my boyfriend's name. We arrived about 15 minutes early and they seated us right away. The menu had "Happy Birthday, Mitchell" printed on the top. It was such a nice touch and they even wrapped up the menu for us to take back. Several employees came by to wish my boyfriend a happy birthday after we sat down. I was quite impressed with the level or service they provided in making sure he felt special for his birthday. I had Craft bookmarked for a long time since they're known for their steak. However, the birthday boy decided he liked the dineLA menu better so we tried that instead. Their dineLA menu is a little different where you don't select the desserts or first course. Everything listed comes out for the table to share. You simply pick one entree each. The starters contained a kale salad, mushroom toast, and the beet and avocado salad. The kale salad looked plain and like it wouldn't have a lot of flavor but it turned out to be my favorite dish. The salad was packed with flavor. The mushroom toast was good as well. They also served bread from La Brea bakery with room temperature butter. I love their bread. Unfortunately, the beet and avocado salad was just okay to me. Our entree choices were the pork belly with grits and the sole. The pork belly was really great. The meat was tender and the grits was so flavorful. The sauce that came with the dish was very good. Unfortunately, I can't say the same about the sole. The fish was rolled up and seared. It tasted citrusy but the whole dish really lacked flavor. It would have been better with a sauce. They gave us complimentary brussels sprouts for our side and it was amazing. The desserts were good. We had the banana bread pudding, which was more like a banana nut muffin with some cream on top, and the sherbet. The sherbet was quite tart and refreshing. They also gave us a chocolate cake since it's a birthday celebration. The cake was very chocolatey. At the end, they give you granola to take home. Our server recommended a nice wine to go with our dish for $15 a glass. Our dine LA for 2 plus wine and tax and tip came out to less than $200.
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Darryl Yong
a month ago
One of my favorite restaurants in Los Angeles. Every time I have visited, the food is always delicious: unfussy preparations that put the high-quality ingredients on the center stage. The dining room is airy and I really appreciate that it's not loud in this restaurant--you can actually have a conversation with your friends at a normal volume.
Janet W
a year ago
It was stunning! We arrived and were greeted at the door by the reception person opening the door for us, we were 40 mins late (LA traffic) i apologised but they were so gracious and took us right to our table. No fancy gimmicks, no fancy views, just a lovely conservative, elegant open space restaurant with area sections off by large pots of greenery, again simple elegant and non-distracting. There was a hand written note on the table addressed to me with a welcome to Craft and please enjoy a glass of sparkling wine to start the evening at Craft, by the time I had read the note our waiter had brought over a bottle of Bulgarian champagne and poured both my partner and I, a glass each. While we were sipping the champagne, t as if appeared by magic, we were brought an amuse bouche which was an avocado puree with sun-choke crisps served on a beautiful large tea spoon with a curved handle. It was the perfect amuse bouche - set the palate alight with a tantalising taste sensation. There were simple things like the plates being "swapped out" for hot plates, making all the difference for service and elegance (and we knew food was coming). We shared the pork belly with dates - some of the best I have had - beautifully presented as a share plate. We were glad we had shared as it was quiet a large starter. For main course we again shared and chose the duck breast done with Asian pear and we asked our waiter for a recommended wine pairing. The wine was perfectly matched to the duck and the duck perfectly cooked with beautiful skin and pink breast throughout. We chose sides of beans and potatoe puree - and OMG!!!! I could have eaten a bath tub full on the potato - the most rich smooth mash ever. Even better than Aria in Australia (sorry Matt Moran, still love your restaurant too though). After dinner we were so satisfied and didn't need dessert at all - but of course we had one!! Why fly half way around the world to come to Craft and not have dessert?!! We did wait a little before ordering dessert - the chocolate soufflé was out so we had the peanut butter semi freddo. While relaxing before the dessert arrived we were pleasantly surprised when the waiter brought us a mini shot glass size vanilla panacotta with a passionfruit sauce - again - so yummy. We had our delicious dessert and followed it with coffee. Served with the coffee came with three different in-house pastry chef delights - a choc caramel tootsie roll, a short bread with citrus filling and a hazelnut cookie like thing. All fab!! I could go to this restaurant and just be happy with all the complimentary extras as my whole meal. The service was professional without exception, the food was amazing and the whole restaurant is well set out with decor, ambient lighting, gentle non-intrusive music. It is advertised as expensive, yet we both found it very reasonable for the quality and service. It would be an average price range restaurant in Australia and certainly not what we would consider expensive. I recommend this restaurant to anyone who enjoys fine dining with impeccable service and top quality food.
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Michael Hayes
24 years ago
Stopped by for a quick/light lunch. First time here. Ordered soup and small plate veal meatballs. Everything very hot (hate lukewarm food) and very tasty. Service unbelievable: asked for recommendation for glass of wine. They brought me half glass of white for the soup and half glass of great Cab for the meatballs. Their idea, and a great one.

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