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Enjoy lakeside views and a serene setting at Boccaccio's. It has been specializing in upscale continental cuisine since 1968. Choose Boccaccio's for casual dining or for special occasions while watching the sunset. You can feast on a variety of delectable dishes like seared tuna, soups, salads, ziti pesto chicken, grilled lamb chops and more.
Boccaccio's features brunch on Saturday and Sunday. It has an extensive wine selection with Champagne, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and more. The restaurant provides off-site catering services for large groups of 50 or more. It is also an excellent location for bridal or baby showers, rehearsal dinners, corporate functions, holiday parties and other special events.More
Spoonfed | Bar Joe is an all-day dining oasis in Hollywood’s Media District featuring modern American comfort style cuisine with a Midwest twist from Executive Chef Sergio Preciado. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, guests can order at the café counter and dine al fresco in the expansive patio or opt for table service within Bar Joe where diners will find a more intimate dining space featuring the restaurants full service menu alongside creative cocktails and modern mocktails from Beverage Director John Neumueller.
Breakfast service begins daily at 7 a.m. and is served until 4 p.m., with lunch and dinner offerings available by 10 a.m. and served until close. More
Discover Los Angeles
Think Los Angeles is a one-industry town? Think again. From the micro-Seoul of Koreatown to unexpected fusion cuisines (take Chinese-Mexican, for one) and strip malls that house destination restaurants, the city’s restaurant scene is notably experimental and diverse. Ask locals where to find the best taco truck (or lonchero) in the city, and you’ve struck a match. These mobile microenterprises are a part of the city's lifeblood. With L.A.’s own Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, Jonathan Gold, describing the city as “less of a melting pot—more of a glittering mosaic,” we’re seeing L.A.’s vast palate show up on the plate.