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French Restaurant$$
Today 4:00 – 10:30 pm
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1802 N Vermont Ave Los Angeles, CA 90027
1802 North Vermont AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90027
$$French Restaurant, LoungeToday 4:00 – 10:30 pm
Monday 4:00 – 10:30 pmTuesday 4:00 – 10:30 pmWednesday 4:00 – 10:30 pmThursday 4:00 – 10:30 pmFriday 4:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 4:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 4:00 – 10:30 pm
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Vibrant French eatery lures locals to its sidewalk tables & red banquets with classic bistro fare.- Google
"Happy hour menu is good, sidewalk seating is better."
"Also, nice wines by the glass."
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Aubrey Mayne
2 months ago
OMG best brunch! I feel like I'm in Paris for a bit whenever I come here. Always lovely food, drinks and atmosphere. Service however is consistently bad. But the food makes it worth it.
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Lara A
7 months ago
Cute place - feels like you're in someones living room. Very intimate and dark. There's two sides to the restaurant on top of the outdoor seating. Got the steak salad. It was good but would probably want to try something else next time.
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Kevin Bonham
a year ago
Charming little french bistro - decor pretty faithfully reproduces something you might find in Paris. Be prepared to wait if you want to sit outside on a nice day, but I was seated immediately inside. Food was fantastic - had the Figaro omelette (brie, mushroom and avocado). Coffee was nothing special but fine. My server was all business, but some of the others seemed more friendly. Prompt service, food took about 15 minutes despite the place being packed, coffee came immediately. Really good food, charming atmosphere and very reasonable prices ($16 after tip for omelette and coffee). Highly recommended.
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3 years ago
I was really surprised by this place. I passed by it a lot and just decided to go in one day with my friend. The food was good and the service was great. The price was a bit high but what do you expect for good food, good service and a great neighborhood.
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Ruben Williams
2 months ago
Fun place to go, with a delicate selection of food. The outside seating is nice for a casual dining experience. I look forward to exploring there menu in the future as it offered a nice set of choices.
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Alec Rojas
11 months ago
Excellent happy hour. Cute date spot. The food can be uneven - some excellent choices, some whatever - but having a drink on this little spot is a great place to people watch and to be seen. This is the French Bistro the neighborhood needs. Beautiful decor, romantic, and a great location.
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Steven Chu
a year ago
This is the best happy hour I have found in a long LONG while. OMG. to die for. How can you resist (for 2 hrs from 5-7pm) great French appetizers and $3-6 cocktails!!! Drinks I have had: Lemon Drop (good though borderline too sweet for my personal tastes), Mini Dirty Martini (a bit watery but still potent), daily drink special which i tend to really like. Appetizers I have had: $3 Fries (yum when hot!).. enough to share among 2-3 people, Escargot in pesto (super yum but heavy.. obviously), Beef carpaccio (probably the MOST ENJOYED AND ORDERED item on the happy hour menu).. how can you resist cheese, greens, and thinly sliced beef. Plus complimentary varied breads (yum!) and butter. I have only ever sat outside.. it is LA and the weather is always right! They have heat lamps, and you can request to sit at a warmer table.. they vary in warmth. But if you sit outside be prepared with a jacket on cooler days. Inside looks super cute, but I have yet to do that. This is an automatic favorite, and I love bringing guests from out of town here. The atmosphere is great, and so is the service. 5 STARS BABY!!
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Nancy Shope
2 years ago
We went in by "default"...our real dinner destination was the Palermo Ristorante Italiano just up the street. It was closed on Tuesdays and we ask the store clerk next door for a recommendation...Figaro it was. A pleasant surprise...the Rose was dry and the Kronenburg cold...the Quich tasty and the "Soupe a l'Oignon" delicious. Even my steak sandwich was good and the fries crispy. Service was great and the total price acceptable. I have paid more for less both in food and service. All total, it was a pleasant experience...although I was set for a pizza when we left the hotel...
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