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vikajeff Sep 15, 2008 01:12 PM

Looking at either Rustic Canyon or Capo....any thoughts? Have been to neither.

  1. kevin h Sep 16, 2008 03:32 AM

    I haven't been to Rustic Canyon, but I was just at Capo about a month ago. I quite liked the food and the low-key atmosphere, though it is perhaps a tad pricey for what it is. See my report at: http://www.kevineats.com/2008/08/capo...

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      nosh Sep 15, 2008 08:07 PM

      Capo is wildly expensive, and Rustic Canyon is impossibly loud. How about Wilshire, Anisette, Jiraffe, or maybe even Michael's or Chinois?

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      1. re: nosh
        Emme Sep 15, 2008 11:23 PM

        i definitely agree that capo and rustic are completely different atmospheres/options. rustic canyon is loud, but i've liked the meals i've had there, though i prefer brunch. i think of capo as a little more expensive and old school.

        i agree with nosh that wilshire, anisette, and jiraffe are great choices. michael's to me is more in the vein of capo, if you were looking for that type of experience.

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