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Oct 29, 2009 02:32 PM

Dinner in Holllywood with Company Execs

Any suggestions for dinner for 17 company execs? Private room would be nice. "Hollywood" feel would be great for the out of towners.


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  1. How about Musso and Franks? Can't get more Hollywood than that.

    1. Private Dinning Rooms:
      Jack Warner Room - Pizzeria Mozza - Seats 18 - Bad news (maybe) Menu limited to high-end gourmet pizzas:

      Right next door - Osteria Mozza - More traditional high-end entrees, also has the "Primo Ministro Room". Question: Can you get their menu served in the Jack Warner Room ?

      Montage Hotel - Beverly Hills - Private dining room upstairs, 1 long board room table, dark wood, seats 24, with your own private balcony. Only opened 1 year, I've seen the p.d. room but haven't eaten there. It's described in the second paragraph below but it's "not" pictured:

      Pizzeria Mozza
      641 N. Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036

      1. You don't say your price range, but what about Saam at the Bazaar?

        1. Depending on how much you are willing to spend, there is a room at Providence that would do the trick. Also, while not truly private, there is an area just off the bar at Jar that would probably accommodate that many.

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          1. re: New Trial

            I had an "industry" lunch yesterday at Campanile. I hadn't been there in years! It did not disappoint. Fresh, fabulous not froufrou food, catering to all tastes. And the service was attentive, not fussy, appropriate since we were engrossed in conversation.

            1. re: foodforus

              Second Campanile, and they have two private rooms on the second floor that would be just the right size. And it's located in Charlie Chaplin's old office building, so it's authentically old Hollywood.

              You can't get much more Old Hollywood than Musso and Frank's ... the only downside is that they don't have private rooms.

              624 S La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036

              Musso & Frank Grill
              6667 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

          2. cecconi's has privat(ish) rooms and a nice atmosphere. i actually really liked the food too, although they had overbooked the night we went (also for a business dinner) and we ended up waiting an hour at the bar for our table. hopefully they have overcome those opening kinks- but I'm guessing in the private areas that wouldn't be a prob anyway.