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Echo Park

slowfoodie Jan 30, 2007 09:47 AM

We need a place for a casual moderate priced meal in Echo Park on Friday Night. Italian or French maybe.
If you have anythoughts please share

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    silverlakebodhisattva RE: slowfoodie Jan 30, 2007 10:38 AM

    How moderate? How close to Echo Park?

    My first thoughts would be, I think, that Beaujolais (really eagle Rock) Aroma (Silverlake/Echo Park) and Cappricio (Los Feliz/Vermont) fill the bill, more or less. But you KNOW about them. Haven't been to Michaelangelo in close to a decade. If you're looking to be REALLY bargain-minded, there's always Taix...

    I don't know of anything much newer....

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      tony michaels RE: silverlakebodhisattva Jan 30, 2007 10:44 AM

      It the weather was better, (only the patio will do) I would say maybe Cliff's Edge, but the price point might not suit.

      Friends don't let friends dine at Taix' (g)

      1. re: tony michaels
        sll RE: tony michaels Jan 30, 2007 12:59 PM

        Aw, on a cold, rainy day, sitting by the fire in the lounge at Taix with some of their soup and a cocktail isn't half bad...

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      silverlakebodhisattva RE: slowfoodie Jan 30, 2007 10:59 AM

      My wife loves the soup. Further, affiant sayeth not.

      1. kellydeez RE: slowfoodie Jan 30, 2007 11:03 AM

        Cliffs Edge is nice. I also love Il Capriccio on Vermont. Very reasonably priced and you bring your own wine. No corkage fee.


        Also, Dusty's on Sunset in Silverlake. Yummy French.


        Michaelangelo's is still pretty good and not terribly expensive.


        We love Blairs, but that might be too expensive for your needs.


        Good luck!

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          echo eater RE: kellydeez Jan 30, 2007 11:26 AM

          I love Michaelangelos for their radicchio ravioli and their mushroom gnocci.

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            sll RE: echo eater Jan 30, 2007 01:02 PM

            Their pizza's good too, and there's not a sweeter staff/owners anywhere.

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