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All guests must be present to be seated. The minimum per person is $20, there is a maximum of 5 credit cards per check, no split checks or personal checks. Javier's does not accept contactless payment. Parties of 6 or more a 20% gratuity will be included on the bill. In order to accommodate all guests Javier's dining experience is limited to 2 hours. As a safety precaution Javier's does not allow strollers. Multiple reservations will be treated as separate reservations and will not be accommodated together.
We do not allow pets in our establishments. Service animals are allowed.
Our doors will remain open through 12/16 for our holiday event clients.
In 2007, Chef Tom Colicchio brought Craft’s pioneering culinary approach from NY to LA to continue his celebration of single ingredient dishes, expertly & simply prepared. Currently under the execution of Chef de Cuisine Brian Rigsby, Craft continues to feature a menu of local produce, all-natural meats & day-boat seafood. Designed by award-winning architecture firm, Bentel & Bentel, Craft LA s is a bustling 10,000 sq-ft space that includes a dining veranda overlooking a four-acre park. Craft LA earned a 3-star review from The LA Times in '07 and improved to three and a half stars in '10.
For parties of 7 or more, please call the restaurant directly at 310-552-1200.
To ensure the best quality service for all of our guests.
- SshihslLos Angeles •37 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoHard to beat eating fresh pasta and sipping on creative, delicious cocktails al fresco! Service was attentive and super friendly, and the atmosphere and setting were superb. Went for brunch but we all ended up ordering off the regular menu. All the pastas were a big hit (I'd recommend the butternut squash ravioli), as were the chicken skewers.More infoTerra - EatalyPrice: Expensive• Italian• Century City•4.5
- ARAndrewRvipExclusive •26 reviews4.0Dined on Nov 28, 2023My shrimp salad was fine: lots of shrimp and light dressing. Not that large. My friend's swordfish was excellent, I'll get it next time.More infoCapri at Eataly Los AngelesPrice: Expensive• Italian• Century City•4.4
- OTOpenTable DinerHawaii •2 reviews5.0Dined on Nov 28, 2023It was amazing, the only thing I had an issue with are the drink pricing vs the drink actually being enjoyable. The margaritas are straight tequila, if you’re a tequila lover like me that isn’t that much of a issue but, for a 20 dollar drink the average person should be able to not just enjoy it but rave about it. They fixed the issue quickly and brought my partner something else right away. Thanks Javier’s.More infoJavier's - Century CityPrice: Expensive• Mexican• Century City•4.6
- AKAngelicaKvipLos Angeles •29 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We usually go to Eataly for lunch on our wedding anniversary and this was the 2nd year in a row, we went for New Years Say lunch! The food, service, vibe and ambiance were 100%!More infoLa Pizza & La Pasta - Eataly L.A.Price: Moderate• Italian• Century City•4.3
- PphilvipLos Angeles •89 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Great place for a weekend brunch. Friendly staff and tasty food!More infoZinqué - Century CityPrice: Moderate• French• Century City•4.3
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Century City, Los Angeles, is one of the most prominent employment areas in the Westside, and besides knowing television and film like the backs of their hands, the professionals in this city obviously know and prefer delicious food. Century City has a restaurant for everyone, but its Latin and Asian eateries are so good that they make the case for being the best in the state. However, diners should expect to encounter some spice! And while San Diego is considered by many to be California's must-visit seafood destination, Century City's famous fish tacos and oysters are sure to impress. If you're patient and willing to look past the hustle and bustle of a city that's known for its show business roots, you'll find some remarkable food to enjoy in Century City.
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