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About La Boucherie
La Boucherie is an elegant steakhouse with a French twist, featuring discreet, intimate private dining and VIP booths with floor-to-ceiling privacy screens that offer panoramic views of the L.A. skyline to accommodate discerning guests. La Boucherie’s menu features reimagined French classics; premium steaks and seafood, all created with the finest ingredients from around the world. The dining experience is enhanced by a cheese atelier, charcuterie cave and an extensive, carefully curated wine list featuring up to 1,200 hand-selected international and American wines.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Sunday: 6pm-10pm
Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 23rd: CLOSED
New Years Day - Monday, January 1st: CLOSED
7th & Figueroa Street
$31 to $50
Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Full Bar, Private Room, View, Wine
La Boucherie Ratings and Reviews
We reserved a table for 3 for Saturday's night celebration. We arrived one hour earlier in the hope to get a nice table with the view (window seats) but they have only 2 window tables for a party of 3 or 4. The hostess couldn't accommodate us, so we had to wait in the bar for our 9pm reservation. The food menu lights up and drink menu is in the iPad (many bottles to pick from).
I would really recommend their Filet Mignon Tartare!
Steaks were not cooked properly - we ordered medium well but there was blood inside. Even after recooking the steak, inside was still too raw for our taste...
The service was great except our champagne glasses were often empty so we had to look for the waiter in order to fill them in. Bottle service could had been more attentive...
Only after most people left, we received the service we wanted.
Overall, I will come back but only to order another Filet Mignon Tartare and a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon.
The 42 day Aged rib eye steak was mediocrely tasting unevenly cooked with parts dryer and more on the medium well side. I did not taste the aged flavor up until I got to the center of my steak but still could not justify the price when Outback Steakhouse’s Rib Eye may actually challenge their meat.
The condiments were impressive with various custom sauces and garnishing to choose from. But it was too overwhelming to choose a sauce or two and in the end only takes away from the meat’s flavors. It was hard to find cohesiveness in the variety of sauces and condiments offered.
Perhaps the steak would have tasted better if they had offered me the salts before I got to the the last 1/4 of my steak.
The desserts were ok. I recommend the Alaska on Fore . The mouse au chocolat was too rich wand sweet . It felt it needed something to break the sweetness.
The restaurant validates for 2 hours but you’ll prolly stay there longer. Its 12 dollar per house over. I think 2 hours validation is not enough at least validate for 3 hours.
The view is spectacular nit overall this was a very expensive meal. It was not worth the price of admission.
VIP booth is perfect for that special date. Best romantic dinner in the greater Los Angeles area, bar none.
Showed up and enjoyed a drink on the roof top bar, stunning view, then went to the restaurant, and asked if a VIP booth were available.
It was and it was simply fantastic. So happy I asked for the upgrade.
Private dinning for the two of us, panoramic view, awesome service, wine, food, just a memorable night.
If you have a special date, and budget, highly recommend the VIP booth experience at this restaurant.
Food great, service great, atmosphere great. One bad thing is, although the restaurant was less than 1/2 full, they didn't let me change my reservation... Maybe this was due to the guest/staff ratio, or to keep the restaurant feel cozy/quiet, but still, I hope they can be more flexible with reservations.
super high end steakhouse experience with all the right touches --- delicious bread, several steak-knife options, custom mustards and sauces. service is on point, steak quality was incredible and cooked perfectly. everything was spot on, just very expensive.
The one thing that bothered me about this experience was when I first booked for Christmas Eve, there was no mention that the 5-course meal would be the only option for dining. Additionally, OpenTable listed the price of $125/pp for the 5-course meal, yet, when I arrived to the restaurant, the price was set at $145/pp. This is a very bad practice on behalf of the restaurant because it economically ties the diners to eating there, since it is xmas eve, and there are not many other dining options.
The food was good and well presented, but definitely not worth $145/pp. It wasn’t truly a 5-course, since one course was a tiny little consommé with some mushrooms. Above71 had better food, and it was about $80/pp for a 3-course meal that was truly filling.
I am not sure if I would return to this steakhouse to experience their regular menu. The view is spectacular though, so that’s a positive.
Fabulous experience, food and value were exceptional. While the view is singularly worth dining here for, I would enthusiastically recommend La Boucherie regardless of that collateral benefit. I dined with my three children and they were treated as kindly and respectfully by the wonderful staff as anyone else in the room. They were treated to amazing appetizers (the chef even prepared delicious French Fries - to order - for my less adventurous son) and their main courses were generous 8-ounce tenderloins. I had equally amazing oysters, soup, and salad before my main course - cordon bleu chicken - a very tasty choice even in a restaurant known for its steaks. The wine list was the kind not to be outdone anywhere in DTLA, and the prices overall for the dining, drinking and dessert experience were truly excellent. We cannot wait to go back! A few other unique surprises await you, and I offer my highest endorsement for La Boucherie!
My wife and I took our daughter there for her 21st birthday. We arrived approximately 15 before our reservation. Nevertheless, we were promptly seated. From the moment we were seated, we were impressed. The service, the ambience and food were all good. The restaurant is definitely on the pricey side but it's worth for a special occasion.
The location of La Boucherie is magnificent. High above in the beautiful downtown L.A. great valet service with welcoming and helpful drivers. The building is immaculate from wall to wall. Had no trouble finding the restaurant once up in the 71st floor. We did arrive before our reservation time and enjoyed a nice drink at the bar with their very helpful bar tender. Our table was ready before our reservation time and we had a beautiful windowside table. The food was devine and so elegantly presented on your plate. The dessert stole the show, not sure what it's called but it's the chocolate cake with the chocolate ball lit on fire.
Outstanding; is one word that can be used to simply describe La Boucherie. From the moment we got there we were treated very well. Alondra, the hostess, greeted us warmly and made us feel welcome. The ambiance is beautiful and comfortable, the view is gorgeous. Excellent wine selection and a very knowledgeable sommelier who takes the time to answer your questions and recommend a wine based on your taste and preference. Both the service and food were flawless. My wife and I had the pleasure of meeting the restaurant’s director who gave us a tour of the restaurant and we both fell in love with what he described to be a chef’s table. All menu items are very tasty and delicious, for dessert I highly recommend the Mousse au Chocolate whether you like chocolate or not. I have already made reservation for our Christmas dinner and we are looking forward to it.
This is definetly a special occasion type of restaurant. The food is great but i definetly feel it could of been better for what you're paying. For example we ordered some duck fat fries that were 12$ and some mashed potatoes that were 14$ and they both tasted like something i could of made at home. But the tomahawk and seabass were out of this world. Our waiter was the absolute best! Forgot his name but he was a young caucasian man who went to college in illinois. Very informative, probably the most knowledgeable waiter we've ever had. The real treat to this restaurant is the breathtaking view of dtla which you can't beat! Overall this is restaurant is great and definetly worth the price tag.
Loved everything... except need to work on answering phone and returning phone messages. Left messages (after being hung up on twice).
The hostess was dismissive when we checked in. Wanted table by window and was handed menus and told they won’t guarantee .... which could have been told to me if they returned calls! Not a great beginning to dinner.
For the prices they charge - quality service a must. Hostess is first point of contact.
Jackson was excellent and food great.
It was girl’s nite out and I had to suggest this wonderful gem. It was my second visit and this time around I had the amazing aged rib eye with aparagus. One other had the same, the other gal pal had the Porterhouse, while another had filet mignon. We also shared some amazing duck fries and the very sinfully delish lobster salad. So very happy with the outstanding food and service and our server, Cory was a sweete.
The ambiance was fantastic, the service was amazing and the food was stunningly good. Not for the weak of wallet. Be prepared to spend for a memorable evening. Perfect for special occasions. We had champagne and foie gras for a starter, then the 42 day dry aged rib eye, creamed pearl onions and roasted delicata squash for the main course. The steaks were cooked to perfection and the sides were sublime. For dessert we had the “Alaska on Fire” which was delicious. We chose a 2011 Montalpucino with the help of the wine steward, which made the meal complete. We will return.
The view is breathtaking. The only real problem I had was with the bread. It quickly turned into a rock, as if it had been microwaved. Otherwise, food an ambiance was great. the service was just ok, considering we spent $1000 for 3 people I sorta expected a little more.
Beautiful views in a spectacular space. Food was very good if a bit overpriced. The service was very uneven and first courses took a long time to come out and then there was a large wait after they were cleared before entrees came. Waiter would simply disappear for stretches. Basically poured our own wine all night as I am sure the glasses would have sat empty for minutes. Took away from what would have been a nice experience.
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