dine L.A. is back on the Strip

dine L.A. is back on the Strip and we are entering the final week of this Los Angeles wide food fest featuring attractively priced prix-fixe meals from some of our favorites. Now enjoy outdoor dining with amazing views and people watching, preferably both. 

1 Kitchen by Chris Crary for a garden-to-table lunch $25 

Our choice: We’re going Sunset Strip meets Italian for lunch with a Panzanella Salad featuring Heirloom Tomatoes, Avocado, and Pickled Shallots.  Follow that with the Chicken Bolognese con Torchio Pasta, Tomato Cream and Parmesan.  And for dessert?  How about a Martini per favore. Dinner Menu Option $45

8490 Sunset Blvd (@ 1 Hotel) / 424-281-1880/ Website

Tesse for a romantic dinner to share $45

Our choice: Let’s start with the Hamachi Crudo with fennel, gooseberries and crispy wild rice and follow that with the crowd favorite –  Bucatini with Bone Marrow featuring duck prosciutto, shallots, parsley and balsamic.  Since this is a an intimate dinner a deux, might we suggest pairing with the $45 wine tasting as Tesse and Bouteille are meant to be experienced together  Book Dinner Now  

8500 Sunset Blvd / 310-360 – 3866 / Website / Interview 

The Tower Bar for the Hollywood power lunch $35 

Our choice: Classic meets California in a glamorous, Old Hollywood setting starting with Avocado Toast with lemon, sea salt and chili flakes followed by a Cobb Salad with bacon, (more) avocado, hard boiled egg, crumbled blue cheese and the option to add shrimp, steak or chicken. This must be finished with the Tower Bar famous cookie choices of chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin.  Book Lunch Now. 

8358 Sunset Blvd (@ Sunset Tower Hotel ) / 323-654-7100 / Website

Safety Precautions may include Cleaning & Sanitizing, Physical Distancing, Protective Equipment, and Screening.  For questions, please visit the restaurant website and/or call ahead.

About the Author

Maxine Tatlonghari is a native California Girl who loves the eateries, hotels, history, shopping and art in her West Hollywood hometown.  When not raising money for charitable causes, she serves on the Chamber Board and creates digital content about her current obsessions.