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Corkage is $100 per bottle for the first two 750 ml bottles, $150 for the third, with a three bottle maximum per table.
The decor is modern and comfortable with memorabilia from a 60 year career which all come together to create its appeal. Described by many marrying the quintessential NY Italian in Los Angeles for its history coupled with today’s seasonal menu, highlighting the best locally sourced ingredients and top notch freshest seafood available.
At IKI Ramen our meat products are raised humanely, giving each bowl a distinct, artisanal quality. Following a Japanese philosophy of cooking, we have crafted a variety of broths that highlight the integrity of each and every ingredient. Each bowl has its own unique flavor profile.
Parking: Available at 6565 Sunset Blvd (1st hour free)
PLEASE NOTE: This location does not currently serve alcohol. No BYOB permitted.
Alcohol License Coming Soon!
Curated and tailored to the menu, the wine program offers a deep dive into varietals from Italy and beyond.
We kindly request you alert your server of any dietary restrictions upon seating or when making your reservation.
For parties of 8, we offer a preselected family-style menu and accept bookings directly through our Reservations line at (323) 297-0100. Additions welcomed, no substitutions. This menu is priced at $100 per guest, not including tax, tip or beverage upon consumption. For bookings larger than 8 guests, please email our Events Team at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Enchanted by the artistry of Italian salumi culture, we built the first “dry cure” program in Los Angeles so that we could experiment and perfect Italian charcuterie techniques in house.
Our menus are rich with a diverse selection of today's favorites and all time classics. We have multiple dining areas, inside and out to cater to your every mood--pre-theatre date night or business dinner, and our Sushi Bar offers the best in hand-made sushi--a la carte, or grab a seat at the Sushi Bar and go Omakase!
We are committed to delivering extraordinary experiences to our guests. We prioritize impeccable
service, genuine connection, and attention to detail, and continually challenge ourselves to exceed expectations to create lasting impressions and establish RDEN as a premier experience in Hollywood.
We look forward to seeing you!
Guests can anticipate exceptional ingredients, unique flavor combinations, and eye-catching presentations that will dazzle their palates and senses.
Tasting menus are offered for both dinner and brunch. Reservations required.
An a la carte menu is offered for the bar and lounge. Walk-ins are welcome.
Groups of 6-12 are welcome to book one of our private dining areas for a food and beverage minimum. See individual experiences for applicable pricing for our selenite Chef's Table and Private Dining Room. Service fees and taxes not included.
The Amazigh (Berber) cuisine is a traditional cuisine with a varied history and influence of numerous flavours from distinct regions across North Africa. The traditional cuisine draws influences from Morocco's Atlas mountains and heavily populated Berber cities and regions. Moroccan cuisine differs from one area to another within North Africa. For this reason, every dish has a distinct and unique identity according to the specific region it originates from in North Africa, with some dishes estimated to be more than a thousand years old. Zayanes of the region of Khénifra around the Middle Atlas have a cuisine of a remarkable simplicity. It is based primarily on corn, barley, ewe's milk, goat cheese, butter, honey, meat, and game. Popular authentic Moroccan preparations of Tunisian, Moroccan, Algerian, and Libyan cuisine include tajine, couscous, shakshouka, pastilla, msemen, merguez, asida, lablabi, harissa, makroudh, harira, sfenj, and ahriche.
Featuring iconic classics such as Uncle Vincent's Lemon Chicken, Meatballs, Veal Parmesan, Shrimp Scampi and Baked Clams, Rao's Hollywood showcases all signature Rao's dishes as well as unique additions creating a robust and fulfilling dining experience.
We greatly look forward to serving you and welcoming you to our Home-Style Neapolitan restaurant.
Dress Code recommended is Business Casual. Please no flip flops, baseball caps or tank tops for men.
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Everyone's heard of Hollywood. Walk the boulevard, visit the shops, and then stop in at one of the several impressive restaurants along the way. You'll find everything from Mexican flavors to vegan-friendly, plant-based and organic menus. Enjoy a quality tequila or a mixed drink as you dine. Breakfast, appetizers, salads, sandwiches, wraps, tacos, specialties, steaks and burgers -- the area has them all. A vegetarian-approved steakhouse? Only in SoCal! You may spot someone with a 3-foot-tall cotton candy served with freshly baked chocolate chip cookies, rich chocolate macadamia nut brownies, fresh strawberries and vanilla bean whipped cream and be tempted to grab one for yourself. Hollywood is also ideal for those who are gluten-free. If you prefer some classic comfort food, you're sure to find just the thing to satisfy your craving.
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