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Apr 27, 2010 01:19 PM

Bachelor party dinner for party of 15--Westside to Hollywood--any suggestions?

Hey Chowhounders, I'm planning another bachelor's party on Saturday, May 22nd and am looking for a dinner place. Basically, I'm thinking semi-upscale, mostly carnivorous, not break-the-bank pricey, and good for a group of 15. No cuisine is to be excluded--the bachelor is pretty adventurous in terms of what he likes! Decor/atmosphere could be sacrificed for amazing food. Though a pretty festive vibe w/ good eye candy would be appreciated. THANKS!!!

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  1. I would hit Animal and save the eye candy for the next stop.

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    1. re: LATrapp

      I think that's a great suggestion, very guy-friendly food and then they'd be within cabbing distance of a ton of bars/clubs to go out afterward.

      1. re: mollyomormon

        RH at Andaz would surely work, particularly, if one rented one of the amazing corner suites overlooking the Strip. Check your Hyatt FF points. This could turn out to be an amazing deal. Although the Andaz no longer identifies itself as a Hyatt, those in the know, know that those Hyatt points work very well at that property.

    2. i think Animal is a great suggestion.

      Bazaar might be one to consider as well.

      1. I had a bachelor party for a friend in the old and original Rebecca's in Venice. they have this private room in the middle of the room - you go upstairs and there you are.

        It's now the Canal Club and they still have the same room. They have a lot of sushi, but they have steaks too. You can always make requests for party that size and I'm sure they'd accomodate you.

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        1. re: foodiemahoodie

          Although not great food there, sadly, or at least not the last time I went.

        2. Fogo de Chao is carnivorous and AYCE. This might allow you to save $ for the eye candy afterwards. They accommodate large parties.

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          1. re: J.L.

            Thanks for the suggestions everyone!!! I was actually thinking Animal, but worried about the size of the party. Do you think they would accommodate 15? And would it be more than say $50 per person?

            1. re: swang77

              I doubt strongly (almost certain that they will not) that they will entertain a party of that size. I had a party of 7 and they told me that was about the maximum they will try and seat. They explained that, because they have a small kitchen larger parties overwhelm their ability to get the food out to that many people in a coordinated manner, and in the meanwhile get the other parties food out as well.

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