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Group of 20-25 for Birthday Dinner in Los Angeles

VFoster80 Sep 26, 2011 10:18 AM

Does anyone know of a decent restaurant that will accomodate a group of 20-25 people with average prices of $20-$30 before taxe/tip/drinks. This is for a 29th birthday celebration; most of the folks typically eat at mainstream typ restaurants (Grand Lux, Cheesecake Factory, etc). Looking for good food and the ability to make a reservation (otherwise we would have gone to one of the above mentioned restaurants). In terms of location anywhere in the Greater LA area is ok with the exception of the Valley.


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    GaleAA Sep 27, 2011 11:18 AM

    If you're open to Hollywood, I would recommend Loteria Grill on Sunset. Fun atmosphere, great food at a fairly affordable price, yummy drinks (tequila!) and they treat large groups well. Make sure to have the flan for dessert- best flan I have ever had.

    Loteria Grill
    6333 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90036

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      BSW6490 Sep 27, 2011 02:06 PM

      So its clear we are not talking fine dining. That said, a fun choice might be the Hamlet at Doheney and Sunset. They have a private room that opens on to the bar (or an outdoor patio) that can hold 20-25. They have a broad menu of comfort food and appatizers and a very good bar. The prices are reasonable and you can walk down the strip before or after.

      1. westsidegal Sep 27, 2011 02:08 PM

        i'd go to C&O Cucina
        3016 washington blvd
        (310) 301-7278

        i've brought many groups like yours to this place.
        they are an italian-american restaurant with a large menu that can accommodate all sorts of eaters: kids, picky, no carbs, low cal, gluten free---virtually everyone can be accommodated
        very reasonably priced.

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          foodiemahoodie Sep 28, 2011 12:03 AM

          Monte Alban in West L.A.

          Monte Alban
          11927 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

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            yogachik Sep 28, 2011 08:24 AM

            Versailles on Venice is an idea.

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