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Industriel is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles on the southwest corner of Grand avenue and 6th street. Features urban farm cuisine rooted in Provencal cooking enhanced with the seasonal bounty of the local farmers markets.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Provencal, Californian, French American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11am - 4pm
Monday - Thursday: 4pm - 10pm
Fri & Sat: 4pm - 11pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 4pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Soon to come Industriel will offer off site catering including office drops for corporate catering.
Valet parking is available for dinner serviceThursday through Saturday 6pm-close on Grand at Industriel and all other days (dinner only) at the nearby Water Grill Restaurant (544 S Grand; validation available).
Street parking is available, but guests may find parking more convenient at the two nearest parking garages: One Wilshire (624 S Grand) and the Carrier Center Garage (725 S Grand).
We are conveniently located close to both the Pershing Square and 7th Street Metro Center stops on the Metro Red Line.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Industriel Ratings and Reviews
I want to sing the praises of this place - and I feel like if it hadn’t been Valentines Day I could’ve. Having a business meeting in downtown LA on Wednesday 2/14 I struggled to get a reservation somewhere. When I got a 6pm spot here, I called ahead to confirm that the regular menu would be available and clarified that this was not a romantic dinner. So we were a bit disappointed when we arrived and were told the night was prix fixe only - a romantic and expensive 3 course meal including dessert, even though all we wanted was a 1 course business dinner so we could be done in an hour. The food (what limited options there were for our one vegetarian) was good, but a bit rich and over the top for our purposes. Ill definitely be back to try the full menu but may have to reserve this place for date nights.
Urban cuisine with a delicious local twist. Decadent French Toast, gorgeous mushroom cheese melts, superb-quality burgers, signature cocktails with an exciting flair, the list goes on. The brunch menu doesn't offer as much as the dinner menu, but always has SOMETHING worth getting.
Both the food and the ambiance are creative. Enjoyed lunch here during Dine LA week which included 2 courses, soup or salad and a sandwich, all of which looked good. We especially loved the beet, goat cheese and arugula salad. Both rosemary chicken and war pig sandwiches were excellent. Would recommend for downtown LA lunch or dinner.
Reservation on day of women’s march. Was 10 minutes late - called to inform host before reservation time. Was seated in the bar area instead of the restaurant but there were other tables being held for parties not yet arrived. Food was unfortunately- not hot. Cold buns on sandwiches.
On another day would have enjoyed it. But not a great experience on this particular busy day.
Outstanding service--They actually did not get our OPEN TABLE reservation, however we waited at the bar and were seated in about 15-20 minutes. NOt only were they very hospitable on a busy night, our bar tab was taken care of. The food was amazing---best Gnocchi we have ever had.
We visited on a Thursday night during Dine LA and found the noise level was unbearably loud. Unfortunately, this detracted from our enjoyment of the food which was quite tasty. The lamb was a touch dry. Our favorite was the Banana Bread Pudding although we prefer our desserts less sweet and would have been happy without the much sweeter caramel sauce.
The restaurant was not that busy, and it took our party of four 2.5 hours to get through a 3-course tasting menu (and it's not because we ate slowly). Our waiter took laissez-faire to the next level. The food was mediocre at best. Definitely one of those places where they over-do dishes with a mound of fancy ingredients to show off instead of focusing on getting the basics just right. I did glance at the regular menu, and to be honest, there were a lot more interesting choices there that weren't available on the tasting menu – so it's possible there's good food done right here, I just didn't eat any of it. Though our table did order a plate of the goat cheese gnocchi (what we read this restaurant was known for) – I wouldn't describe this dish as gnocchi as much as I would glorified cheese curds unbalanced in a sea of garlic. It was definitely unique, I'll give them that. But not an accurate description of what I expect when I order gnocchi.
Service was very disorganized. Drinks and wine came way too late to be enjoyed before or with the food. Food was “fine” not bad just not as interesting as the reviews led me to believe and no particular flavor stood out. Too many other good options too recommend this place.
We went For Dine LA on Saturday but were disappointed that the advertised prix fixe menu was only honored Monday through Friday. Food was average and service was extremely slow considering that the place was not crowded when we arrived.
Although the waiter and manager knew they were at fault for not taking our order and the food was very slow to come out they didn’t bother to discount or compensate with a dessert which would be usual...
Not going back...
Go for the lunch box. A great, filling deal. Kale salad great. If you like truffle, the truffle salad is both tarry and light. The war pig sandwich is delicious. Liked the mushroom sandwich as well. Fun, originally cocktails. Uniquely decorated. Great experience.
Went here on the recommendation of a friend who lives nearby. We originally got seated on the first floor, which was a little chilly that evening (it was a Tuesday so not a large crowd) and they offered to move us upstairs. Much better - not only was it warmer, but the chairs were a lot more comfortable than the bentwood chairs downstairs. We had the gambas as a starter - when they say they put chilis in it, they aren't kidding! Wish it came with it a heat warning. We counted 8 large red hot peppers (maybe Thai dragons?) in it, plus a lot of pepper flakes. Tasted great but needed more drinks with it! Also tried the quinoa and beet salad (good and very filling), the lamb jobs (excellent), and the salmon (also excellent). The cocktail menu is interesting and the wine list, although not huge, was a good variety. Would definitely eat here again.
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