Looking to try a new restaurant near Hollywood? Here's a list of Hollywood restaurants Angelenos and critics love.
5 Hollywood Restaurants Angelenos Love
1. MagnoliaMagnolia Hollywood is a bistro-style lounge outfitted with simple, fresh food, and a fully stocked bar of craft beer, wine and cocktails. The stylish hot spot serves reinvented American favorites and comfort food for lunch, dinner, happy hour and brunch.
2. Butchers & Barbers
Butchers & Barbers is a classic American bistro serving up quality comfort food in an unpretentious atmosphere. The menu features seasonal plates for sharing, a great charcuterie program and house-cured meats. Creative infusions inform the cocktails, while carefully curated wines and draft beers complement the cuisine in a chic space complete with white subway tiles and exposed brick walls.
Birch is a New American destination by Chef Brendan Collins. The restaurant -- whose name is a nod to the trees that populated Collins' hometown of Nottingham, England -- is home to small plates, homemade charcuterie and a three-course prix fixe menu. Located in Hollywood, the rustic eatery sits in an intimate, comfortable space filled with unfinished furniture.
4. Carlitos Gardel
This Melrose Avenue Argentinean eatery uses family recipes from Buenos Aires and sustainably sourced ingredients throughout its menu, including certified USDA Prime cuts of grass-fed beef. With rich wood paneling and vintage photographs lining the walls, the dining room channels a classic California steakhouse. The restaurant also houses a curated wine cellar featuring an extensive list of Italian, French and vintage Argentinian wines.
Chef/Owner Eric Greenspan's Maré is a hidden, patio-only eatery on Melrose Avenue, dishing out coastal European style dishes. The menu features a variety of small plates meant for sharing, along with a classic drink list and several fruit-forward cocktails. With no roof, the seafood-focused restaurant employs lovely string lights overhead — the perfect complement to the breezy LA air.