One of the reasons for the all the acclaim is the Sunday Supper, the night that best exemplifies the original mission of owners Chef Suzanne Goin and Sommelier Caroline Styne, by offering seasonal prix fix menus that re-create the atmosphere of a relaxed family dinner.
Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm
Monday &Tuesday: 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Wednesday & Thursday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday- Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:30pm.
From the exposed brick and inviting hearth a the center of our main dining room to the all season garden area, the spaces we can offer your large group are equal for any occasion.
Whether it's a cocktail reception or a seated dinner, our restaurant staff can create an event as special as Chef Goin's award winning cuisine and as unique as Caroline Styne's artisanal wine list.
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Past events and clients include the Screen Actors Guild Award Dinner, GQ Magazine, The UCLA Hammer Museum, Vanity Fair Magazine and many private individuals.
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On street also available.
Great food and ambiance . I just wish they would have a few more food choices, specially appetizers and salads. Overall great place and I would definitely come again and would recommend this restaurant to others.
It was once again all to the top of the list of how a great restaurant experience should be! From the friendly, attentive and competent service to exceptionally good tasting menu - Lucques has got it all! Thank you!
We had a wonderful meal at this restaurant and will definitely be back already this weekend.
Sunday suppers are a great way to experience new dishes, and,on this particular night, the skills of excellent guest chefs. The menu is set, so the price is lower. Great food and a great way to experience this wonderful restaurant.
My wife & I had a very enjoyable meal. Excellent surroundings. Highly recommended.
i was at lucques the very first months and loved loved loved it, i have returned intermittently as i love the vibe the team and suzanne and her entire being, however i had not been to lucques in a 5 years and it is even better than when i was last there.. there is soul, style and timeless deliciousness that bucks the trend of creating new "dishes" just for novelty or instagram... i am still in love with the place, maybe even more
Lovely quiet birthday celebration. Great food and service...effortlessly handled and served a cake which we brought with us. This restaurant defines elegance and great cuisine in a comfortable and gracious ambience.
Lucques is one of our favorite restaurants in LA. They recently created a new menu and we each had a vastly different entree. Each one of them were so unique and fantastic. Everyone raved (4)! We usually have Isabelle as our waitress, and she is fantastic. We didn't have her this time and the service suffered a bit. I am not sure I could even tell you who our waiter was this time. Everyone was sort of pitching in. I think this was an off incident but it was worth noting. If you want to have your taste buds dance.... definitely go to Lucques!
Adult, sophisticated, for third dates not first dates.
The outdoor patio/garden area is lovely, would highly recommend sitting there.
We enjoyed Luckes. Harold Lloyd was watching! Excellent service from Simone. Great menu from Suzanne Goin.
The fish is incredible! Though the short ribs were good, I was craving the seasonal fish special so much the next day that we are definitely going back very soon. Unbelievably delicious.
The great LA restaurant.
Lucques continues to turn out excellent food. Their creative use of local produce and their adherence to high standards ensures a meal that is both interesting and delicious. The Sunday prix fixe supper is a great institution that highlights chef Goin's creativity and skill.
Impeccable service and food. I love this restaurant.
Fabulous restaurant all around. One of the best in LA for sure. Jonathon Gold said it all in his reviews. Their attention to detail is fantastic.
When my husband first started having his large chemotherapy infusions last year, we began the tradition of trying to go somewhere really nice for dinner at the end of the workday, to console us for the rather dismal way the day began. It has been a nice way of turning something unpleasant into something quite pleasant. We have visited some of the finest restaurants in our city, courtesy of recommendations from a variety of foodie publications, and of course, the Food Network’s show “The best thing I ever ate”.
Tonight was our first real disappointment. The short ribs at this establishment had been recommended on the show, and we came with high expectations, since the past few restaurants we have visited have been truly exceptional. Our service was terrible. Eventually, the waitress admitted to us that she had completely forgotten our orders, even though it was the beginning of the evening and there were hardly any tables seated yet. The cocktail menu was very sparse - the results, when they finally arrived after almost half an hour wait, were not bad, but definitely not great. The food was actually really good, but by that point, our experience had already been dampened. Dessert was just OK.
I am very sorry that I cannot recommend this place to anyone. It’s a first. And I am sad.
amazing service and sommelier ...................................................................................................................................
Room was a little dark-couldn't see the food as well as I would have liked. Some of the individual ingredients on both our entrees were kind of mashed together. I certainly don't mind a rustic presentation, but I prefer to have a clear view of what's happening on the plate. But, everything was delicious.
Everything we ordered arrived luke warm, so Lucques lived up to its name.....
As always, a stellar, beautiful and delicious dining experience. Thank you Lucques.
First visit and will definitely be returning. We selected the hangar steak and the Sonoma lamb entrees. A presentation for the most discriminate palate with just the right portions stacked and plated. The wine choices are impressive and our server was very knowledgeable with pairing wine. Only suggestion, our food was not hot - a minor mention since it was so perfect - but the weeknight was not so busy and both of us felt it could have been if served as the chef put it out.
Wonderful place. Haven’t been there in a while and that’s just wrong.
Awesome as always
Lucques THE BEST!!!!!
Always wonderful. Great cocktails and food. Lovely service and ambiance. It’s low key but excellent.
We are longtime (20+ years) Lucques patrons. Lucques has comforted us in difficult times, helped us celebrate in good times. It is always warm and welcoming, and the food and drink are always, without fail, wonderful. Bright flavors, seasonally tuned, deeply satisfying. And the staff are supremely professional and attentive. There is no other restaurant we love as well.
Sehr Gemütlich!! Oktoberfest at Lucques. The food was exceptional, and the service as usual was perfection.
Our reservation was on the early side, having just come in from the East coast, so it was not that busy. We felt rushed and slightly disconnected from the service as they were going through the motions. It was meant to be a special dinner and even with a bottle of wine we were out in a little over an hour. Food was delicious but total experience was lacking.
I was very much looking forward to dining at Lucques. However, my expectations were not met. The best about the restaurant is the wine list which has an excellent selection of French wines, especially Premiere Crus. However all of the good wines start at $255 per bottle. Other bottles were priced well below $80 but were of inferior quality.
The food was good when they made it correctly. The Steak for 2 arrived very much undercooked, and the arugula salad was very salty and not edible. The grilled vegetables appetizer was very good.
The service was annoying. We were constantly getting interrupted in mid-sentence, as the waiters were more interested in getting orders placed rather than just letting us take our time.
No management came to our discuss the service issues nor did anyone offer us any compensation for the problems with both the food and service. For $400+ I'm not sure that I would go back.
Lives up to its billing! Always a wonderful experience
I would recommend Luques to anyone who wants an elegant, fantastic romantic dinner. An LA original note to be missed.Suzanne Goin culinary prowess is amazing.
Excellent service and the most delicious food! One of our favorite restaurants in Los Angeles! They never disappoint!
Always good!! Grilled cheese is a go to for lunch
An iconic favorite restaurant! Always a great experience in all aspects and especially the fresh and creative dishes!
The food was excellent, but we were surprised to find that Sunday night is pre fixe with a very limited menu. Two entrees and no choice on first course or dessert. This would have been good to know in advance
putting Lucques on our go-to list. Many more items my husband can eat. The food is always delicious; I have to remember to say, "No Added Salt, please!"
Lovely atmosphere. Inventive menu. Delicious Food. Great service.
Never disappoints. Recently visited to celebrate an anniversary. Great food, lovely space, attentive and intelligent service.
Suzanne Goin and Carolyn Stein are impeccable in everything they do. Dinner at Lucques was exceptional, as usual. Since I began eating there a decade ago, my tastes and food ethics have changed considerably. They do a beautiful job of accommodating, so if you don't see anything on the menu that suits your eating habits, just ask. I have no doubt, it will not only be appropriate, it will be a beautiful dining experience.