For the ultimate sky-high dining experience, La Boucherie is an elegant American steakhouse and seafood restaurant, boasting an intimate bar featuring sophisticated mixologists crafting bespoke cocktails. Discreet, private dining, Chef’s Table, and Starlight Booths with floor-to-ceiling privacy screens that offer panoramic views of the L.A. skyline are available to accommodate discerning guests. La Boucherie’s menu features reimagined classics; premium steaks and seafood, all created with the finest and freshest ingredients available; many of which are sourced locally. The dining experience is enhanced by a cheese cave, charcuterie atelier, and an extensive carefully curated Wine Spectator award-winning wine list featuring over 1,000 hand-selected international and American wines
Hearts of romaine, brioche croutons, shaved Asiago, blistered teardrop tomatoes, lemon-anchovy dressing
Charcuterie & Cheese
Imported cured meats and cheeses from Italy / France / Spain
Ora King Salmon
Pan-roasted, purple sweet potato, candied walnuts, white frisée, blood orange emulsion
The food portions are too small and I don’t felt it worth for the price.
Not too impressed. Ambiance was not good. Service was ok. Food was generally really good.
The service was outstanding. My rib eye steak was cooked well, but nothing to write home about. Being a steak place I expected better for the price. I wouldn’t pay 30 bucks for that steak let alone 85$. The charcuterie was good, but not great. The Brussels sprout salad was really nice.
Fantastic night on Friday with friends in LA service was very friendly and professional food views and overall experience were excellent.
We ordered steaks took forever to serve (almost 1r) came in cold. Sauces were not good either. Pomme frites was too oily . Service was poor and un-attententive. Some starters were ok (oysters were good). Upon arrival they mandated vaccine proof although none was mentioned in the confirmation email we rcvd days ago. The only thing that was great was the scenery of DTLA from 71st floor. Too pricey for value and taste. Will not visit again.
Food was not great. porterhouse for two, not cooked to request, had to be redone. crazy expensive for what you get. views are lovely, but this is a one and done experience.
The staff treated my daughters and me like we were royalty. What an amazing experience to share with them!
$400 meal really disappointed the steak tasted like a NY steak from IHOP the service was exceptional but I came there to eat and I left hungry. I would’ve assumed a little bit more from the chef since he’s rated from a Michelin star restaurant. Mash was mediocre portions were extremely small. Crabcake looked pretty but nothing extraordinary let alone near basic.
The dish come out very slow , the food is not hot . Only salad is great .
Very exited that la Boucherie is open again. Can’t wait to try the rest of the new menu items
We had eaten there a year ago and enjoyed excellent food and service. This was a horrible experience and no one in our group will go back. The restaurant was not full but we still had extraordinarily slow and poorly trained service. We had a 7:30 reservation and didn't finish until 11:00 pm because of the service. Additionally, the server did not know the menu well and actually gave us incorrect information on printed menu items. The quality of the food did not meet the expectations we had from our previous visit. It was obvious to our group that the management of this establishment had much to be desired.
Incredible views & great customer service!
I was expecting more flavor.... something was missing from both the steak and the salmon. For the price of the steak ($95), I expected it to change my life. I think Flemmings or Morton's, even Ruth Chris, would have done a bit better.
The experience overall, excellent. You get to pick your own steak knife (I never did that before), there is a sommelier on site to help pair your dished with the best wine, and the view is breathtaking. The side dishes were super tasty.
Again, just needed for flavor for the most expensive dishes.
Service was no where near up to par for the type of establishment we were in and for what we paid. $100 steak was overcooked beyond belief
Amazing service and incredible food. Defiantly will be here again.
Insanely expensive for good food. There are way better steaks out there that dont cost 75 bucks. If you are into paying 200 dollars to look out the window while you eat, this is the place for you. Otherwise, go somewhere else to eat and then go get the view at the Spire bar on 73.
Enjoyed the experience beautiful view service was very good. Just little hiccup at end when leaving by the Manager which really upset me and left bad taste. Other than that really nice.
scenic view# delicious food#great service# have good time
My wife and I celebrated our wedding anniversary and were not disappointed by anything. This restaurant exceeded our expectations and was a very pleasant experience. We would recommend to anybody.
Took an hour and a half to get our steaks. One was over cooked, sent back and came back under, so sent back again. The other two were the correct cook (Medium Rare) but barely warm. The outside was warm the inside wasn’t. I think the other two steaks sat too long before coming out and then were flashed so the outside felt warm but the inside wasn’t.
Mac and Cheese was grainy, Mashed potatoes were just fine.
The octopus was the best part of the meal.
You’re better off going to Baltaire, CUT, or Mastro’s, especially for the price point.
Great food. Wonderful view. Nice service!!
Great！ Good for a date！
Omg! This restaurant was everything that I imagined it to be. The food was amazing. I got the 42 day dry aged Ribeye with a lobster tail, mashed potatoes and spinach. And lots of drinks. I loved the ambiance , the amazing view of the city was a major Wow factor. My server (Ian) was absolutely awesome! This birthday was definitely one for the books.
Valet parking on 7th street. They do validate. Located on 71st floor. Amazing experience. Food was great!
Beautiful restaurant! Amazing service!! Pricy but worth it. Highly recommend this restaurant.
Such an amazing time! My wife and I had a starlight booth and were blown away with the whole experience!
La Boucherie exceeded my expectations! My husband and I came here for Valentines Day and also to celebrate our anniversary at this gorgeous restaurant. We were seated at a table right by the window with the most spectacular views of Los Angeles. Not only were we blown away by the views, but additionally, the service and food were top notch! La Boucherie is my new favorite restaurant in DTLA!
Steaks were not good, over cooked and did not seem like dry aged prime beef.
My only complaint is that the prices are very much over inflated. $18.00 bucks for macaroni and cheese in a tiny cup. Same for the Mashed potatoes $16.00 potatoes in a tiny cup. I expected high prices for the steaks and prime rib but the sides are way too high. Otherwise the food was great and the setting is spectacular. But this place is for very Special Occasions only in my mind.
This is a fantastic restaurant. The food and service are spectacular and the view is amazing. We started with Caviar and Champagne and Vodka. (And the best Oysters) - I highly recommend taking a long meal and enjoying the cheese tray, too. Wine list is extensive and it’s a great place for a special occasion!
Caviar was good. Escargot was dry and under seasoned even with the bone marrow. Wagyu beef was over cooked and under seasoned. 42 day dry aged ribeye was under seasoned and just average. It wasn’t bone-in and Applebee’s quality. The view was amazing but I’ll never eat there again. Even if I would have paid half as much I would have been completely dissatisfied.
We came here for our anniversary dinner with friends and had a wonderful experience. Highly recommend combining the salt with the sauces for the steaks. Everyone ordered different types of steaks with sides of purée (smashes potatoes) and the mac & cheese. We finished dinner with the molten chocolate cake and the vanilla creme brûlée. Overall everything was on point.
In having dinner at various restaurants I have to say La Boucherie is one of the very few that can offer exceptional food, service , and a one of a kind view.
In regards to parking I recommend going across the street at the Ernst and young plaza parking structure that was $11.00 for 4 hours. It's a 3 minute walk to the hotel unless you don't mind paying valet that can be about $50 if you exceed the first two hours that the restaurant validates but there's still going to be fee for those first 2 hours.
Nice place, nice vibe, excellent waitress and service.
Was my first time but for my fiancé was her second time but I love how they place us towards the view. The service was really friendly and bringing a smile to my fiancé face was priceless because it was her first time celebrating a Anniversary at her favorite place :) want to thank all the staff you guys rock !!!!! The food was amazing as well :)
Great dinner, make sure to ask for Patrick. Great waiter.
3rd evening at La Boucherie in the last 2+ years.
The staff provides consistently high quality service, the chef is excellent at its job and the sommelier has lots of wonderful wines on offer. Absolutely worth returning!
Did I mention the view? No? Level 71 overlooking LA, spectacular just as the food.
As you might know the view was spectacular. The table set up was a little odd and the ambiance wasn’t very good (bright). The hostess and the maître’d were very accommodating and the service was good too, however the place is ridiculously overpriced (from the dishes to the wine selection). As with the majority of restaurants high up in the sky, you’re simply paying for the incredible view. Another complaint is that the restaurant states a strict dress code (jackets preferred for men) yet some patrons were in sneakers and t-shirts, which lowers the bar. It’s unlikely we’d return again.
One of the best Restaurants I have been to in my life and the service is excellent.
Outstanding service from the reception until we left the restaurant. Our servers went above and beyond for us and very knowledgeable of the menu. The ambiance is just pure joy, classy, romantic and breath taking city view of Los Angeles. The food is just simply delicious and prepared perfectly complimented with just the right amount of flavors. I started with the lentil soup which is one of the best lentil I’ve had. Followed with a divine beet salad, halibut cooked and prepared to perfection and to top it off with my all time favorite delectable mouth watering Mousse Au chocalat dessert which is definitely a must at this place to get. Overall I love the experience and La Boucherie exceeded my expectations as always.
I would recommend it for the view and ambiance. You are on the top of Los Angeles so the view is exceptional at night. The food for 2 was about $150 with a glass of wine and was not that great tasting. I've made better Salmon at home on the grill.
La Boucherie is rated 4.1 stars by 707 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.