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.
For more information please call us.
Past events and clients include the Screen Actors Guild Award Dinner, GQ Magazine, The UCLA Hammer Museum, Vanity Fair Magazine and many private individuals.
For more information please call us.
On street also available.
Lucques is a classic! Despite all the new trendy restaurants in LA, Lucques is still one of the best.
I specially like the Sunday evening Prix-Fix menu (that's what I had).
The food is solid and always fresh and creative (and a good wine list).
The outdoor patio is lovely during the summer nights.
Last but not least, it is also one of the few restaurants in LA that is reasonably quiet, that one can have an intimate conversation during dinner.
I would recommend Lucques to anyone anytime.
Lucques Sunday Suppers are one of life's great pleasures. Sitting in the cozy dining room with a yummy cocktail, then a delicious dinner with wine flights, and a rich dessert is the perfect way to get the holidays started!
We had a wonderful date night out at Lucques. The food was delish!
fab spot with posh preses
as always we had a wonderful dinner @ lucques. the fresh swordfish was tender and well prepared as were their often on the menu beef ribs. the vegetarian entree was very well executed, a variety of vegetables and grains expertly coordinated. the service was excellent with the right amount of attention without hovering. it made a for a most enjoyable evening.
Classic restaurant with a fireplace, a lovely bar, and warm ambiance. Delicious treatment of traditional California cuisine rather than trendy or flashy dishes. Well trained, attentive staff.
Nice fire to sit by while waiting for our table. The food is always very good. But it’s also expensive.
Phenomenal food by an amazing woman. Words cannot describe the dance of flavors enveloping my mouth.
Christmas luncheon. Food delicious, as always. Let us linger. Excellent.
Bad service can ruin a good meal!
Lacques never disappoints. Food, service and ambiance is fantastic. We had the dumplings and they were delicious.
This was our first time at Lucques. We went for Sunday Supper. The food was perfect from start to finish. The service was fantastic from start to finish. To top
It off, Suzanne Goin was in the kitchen. We were interested in the preparation of one of the dishes we ate. She graciously came out to tell us how to make it. She was lovely - down to earth and accessible - nice for someone so famous and accomplished. Thanks to the whole staff for a great meal!
It’s been years since my last meal here, and it’s obvious every time why they continue their success. Food, service and atmosphere are all perfect.
Terrific...food, service, ambiance...all wonderful
Went to Lucques after a hair appointment to meet some people for lunch. Food was great, ambiance lovely and the service was superb
Service was excellent! Food was delicious ! Lucques is both sexy and romantic. Perfect place to take someone you love.
The ambience was nice, but the back dining room was so loud it was very difficult to hear the person across the table from me. Table top is far too small. Waitress was not attentive - we waited for very long at every step.
Fish dish was delicious.
Meat items - pork and lamb were too dry.
I think it’s priced too high for the value.
A wonderful way to Celebrate our 40th Anniversary
Exceptional meal at an exceptional restaurant. We’ll try to come back the next time we’re in LA.
always solid upscale food. and never disappoints. Only comment for a newbie is that tables are very close so conversations will "blend". We don't mind but an fyi. The bar is a great place to dine as well. Such a cozy place.
We've eaten at Lucques many times over the last 20 years, usually for Sunday supper -- and this was one of the few disappointing dining experiences. While the menu sounded promising, each course was carb based, and with the exception of the oven-baked flatbread as a starter, were not notable. (The mussels in the arroz a la marinera were minuscule and the seasoning overpowering; the rice pudding for dessert was good, but more rice...)
And speaking of carbs, and this is a minor detail, the bread service used to be far better. The current variety seems to have come from a bread machine and left to sit for too long.
The service is spot on as usual and the wine pairing is great. We'll be back again...
Enjoyed it..was quick cause we had somewhere to be
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.
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. Although the table next to us received wine pairing recommendations from their waiter, our waitress knew absolutely nothing about wine. We were really surprised by her lack of knowledge, but we did fine on our own. The food was actually reasonably 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 ...................................................................................................................................