For high quality steaks and Italian classics, head to The Palm. A favorite of locals and celebrities since its opening in 1975, this unpretentious restaurant provides a lively atmosphere in which to savor high-quality seafood, steaks and pasta dishes.
Celebrating seasonal ingredients crafted with continental flair, Lucques is a cozy French bistro serving fresh selections at breakfast, lunch and dinner. An upscale neighborhood joint with attentive staff, Lucques offers small portions and a fantastic selection of wines.
Koi Restaurant serves traditional Japanese cuisine with modern California accents, imaginative dishes served in a trendy environment with outdoor patio. Diners enjoy Asian fusion dishes like Miso-Bronzed Black Cod and Spicy Crunchy Yellowtail Tartare.
Other popular restaurants in this upscale area of Los Angeles include Fogo de Chao Churrascaria (Brazilian steakhouse), Madeo (Italian) and Katana (sushi).