Psst... We're working on the next generation of Chowhound! View >
HOME > Chowhound > Los Angeles Area >
Mar 26, 2010 01:36 PM

Bachelor Party Dinner

Looking for a great place to have a bachelor party dinner, someplace that will do a prix fixe menu at around $30-40/man and will have something for everyone, or at least something for most (no vegans so I'm safe there). Any and all suggestions are appreciated!!


  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
  1. Any geographical preferences? Specific type of cuisine?

    4 Replies
    1. re: attran99

      Between Downtown and Santa Monica, non valley.

      Cuisine is open for interpretation as long as it appeals to the masses, but want to stay away from very ethnic.

      We will all be drinking, so an interesting bar menu is definitely a plus!

      Prix Fixe is not a deal breaker, but thought I would throw that out there as paying the check would be much easier.

      1. re: sarcasmsk

        You might take a look at what Taste on Melrose has to offer. They have a prix fixe deal for dinner that is pretty darn good:

        Another thought downtown would be Roy's. They have a very good prix fixe for $35 for 3 courses with some nice choices normally.

        Roy's Restaurant
        800 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

        8454 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069

        1. re: sarcasmsk

          for 12-15 I would contact some restaurants of interest and see if they will put together a menu for your price range.

          1. re: cls

            i agree with this suggestion... saturday night is tough too (if you were open to another night - i know not traditional, food options for prix fixe would open).

            i second the rec for Roy's as well, as their prix fixe is a good deal.

            The Foundry on Melrose has a Market Menu for 39 pp.

            Also, perhaps the House of Blues on Sunset... esp if you wanted to use the Foundation Room... i think the joining fees are reasonable, and it'd put you in a fun atmosphere and conveniently located.

      2. It's also for between 12-15ppl

          1. Fogo de Chao in Beverly Hills is a tad over the per person budget, but the AYCE format takes the menu guesswork out of the equation for a large group.

            Plus, it might prove to be a great time for the gang, AND they have a full bar.

            4 Replies
            1. re: J.L.

              I think I'm going to have to agree with J.L. on this one. Fogo de Chao is an excellent rec. Meat fest to the nth degree, and excellent quality and service. Roy's would be okay...I believe they might have a more inventive bar.

              1. re: J.L.

                "Fogo de Chao in Beverly Hills is a tad over the per person budget"...Well, dinner will be a bit over 40% more than the maximum ($40) that sarcasmsk mentions it stands now Fogo runs $56.50 per person.

                1. re: Servorg

                  One less lap dance per man and Voila!!! Fogo suddenly becomes affordable.

                  1. re: J.L.

                    I'm not certain I would want those meat and knife wielding Gaucho's slicing AND lap dancing at the same time.... ;-D>

              2. The original comment has been removed