Published on March 1, 2016

5 West Hollywood Restaurants Angelenos Love

Looking to try a new restaurant near West Hollywood? Here's a list of West Hollywood restaurants Angelenos and critics love.

5 West Hollywood Restaurants Angelenos Love

1. The Church KeyWest HollywoodThe Church Key prepares New American fare served dim sum-style, with an extensive focus on seasonal shared plates. Craft cocktails are served on an array of specialty carts in the open, industrial-chic space. The otherwise dinner-only restaurant features a weekend brunch with creative takes on classic staples.

2. Oliver's Prime Steakhouse

OliverAt Oliver Prime Steakhouse, juicy steaks and fresh seafood are paired with an extensive wine list. The restaurant's sleek, romantic environment featuring plush chairs and lavish pillows complements its location in the swanky Grafton Hotel.

3. Marvin

MarvinMarvin is a wine bar and bistro offering classic French fare and an impressive wine list. The small-plates focused menu features fresh cheeses and cured meats, as well as seafood, vegetables and desserts to suit every palate — all served up in a modern, softly lit dining room that's perfect for both dates and small groups.

4. Hutchinson Cocktails & Grill

Hutchinson Cocktails & GrillHutchinson Cocktails & Grill is a family-owned steakhouse with Indonesian flair. Brothers Ian and Justin Hopper pay homage to their family's roots, combining ingredients from Southern California farms with Indonesian culinary traditions. The menu features traditional Southeast Asian cuisine, prepared with modern techniques. The beverage program, also inspired by explorations abroad, offers a variety of exotic cocktails as well as wines and beers from all over the world.

5. Eveleigh

EveleighNamed after an inner-city suburb in Sydney, Australia that's home to award-winning farmers markets, Eveleigh is a rustic New American restaurant and bar in West Hollywood with a farm-to-table, market-driven concept. Chef Jared Levy's European-inspired fare features small and large plates for breakfast, lunch and dinner, while handcrafted, seasonal cocktails and a thoughtfully curated wine list -- complete with unique vintages -- complement the fare. The airy, covered patio boasts a bar and offers a great view with dinner and drinks.

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