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About The Ivy
An LA landmark since its opening in 1983, The Ivy is the place to go for a great time in the City of Angels. From its star-studded crowd, to its jamming music, friendly wait-staff, killer cocktails and unbeatable food, this cozy, hip, neighborhood restaurant exemplifies the easy glamour and charm that California is all about.
West Hollywood, CA 90048
Californian, Contemporary American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Monday -Friday: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 3:00pm
Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:15pm
Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 9:30pm
Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
$50 and over
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Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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The Ivy Ratings and Reviews
It’s Beverly Hills, of course it’s aesthetically pleasing. $10 valet. Champagne on the house for brunch. I wouldn’t recommend it for lunch, it gets really busy. Without a reservation, you’ll be nursing your champagne on the side walk. It’s a small, crowded space, prepare to say excuse me a lot. Bathroom is small but clean, somehow there seems to always be a line when I go. I love lobsters and crabs, their menu has a few excellent choices. Service is great, my glass was never empty. It can get pretty noisy especially for brunch and lunch. Overall, it’s a great experience to come here.
Totally disappointing. It used to be one of my favorite restaurants in the country -before it became a tourist attraction. Now, that is all that it is. The food is no longer high quality and delicious -in a decadent luxurious way (which made the price totally worth it). Now its just an overcrowded, overpriced restaurant. Their $34 "personal" pizza (the size of a saucer) was the only kid-friendly item, and it tasted like it came from the freezer. I highly doubt that is it still a celebrity hang-out. They have better taste.
It was disappointing to find someone had taken our booking. However the issue was dealt with quickly and well.
Decor could do with an upgrade and food was nothing special however it was a fun and happy place to go. Service is efficient and was glad to finally eat there even if it felt less Le it was 20 years too late
Beautiful night on the patio with the Christmas tree and beautiful ambiance but the food is not that good for the prices they charge. I eat out often and I wasn’t impressed. It wasn’t horrible but very expensive for what it is. We will give it another try because the atmosphere is so nice.
They charged almost $22 to add a few pieces of chicken to 2 pasta dishes. Absolutely ridiculous! They also did not advise there would be an extra charge when i initially ordered- let alone that price. When i addressed my issue the server just let me sit there for 25 min waiting for a manager to come. I got very impatient with the poor service so i paid my bill and left no one even said goodbye on the way out or apologized and all the staff and my server was there.Very terrible customer service.
We're foodies and have been wanting to visit here for years . . . It's now finally ✅'d off our list . . . and we'll definitely be back.
Phenomenal experience from the front of the house to the servers to the ambience and the food of course!!!
Keep in mind, although it seems pricey (at first) for let's say Eggs Benedict at $33 . . . that does include a nice glass of Champagne and a very good scone with butter & preserves . . . creating a very nice experience for all.
Honestly some of the worst food I'd eaten during my five weeks in America. The lobster ravioli consisted of five undercooked ravioli, and a thick, gluggy red cream sauce for $40. The oysters were small and gritty. We came due to the iconic status of the venue and I will be strongly discouraging people from wasting their money in future.
Unfortunately we had to wait quite a while before waiterservice, 30 minutes, .. The service can be hit and miss, as can the food. The ambiance is good, but that can get “killed” when there is bad service, ...it is difficult to make up for the lack of attentiveness when it comes too late.
We were very impressed at first with the ambiance but the service was terrible . They messed up both our omlettes. they forgot to do egg whites , than when they brought the omelette it had no cheese in there and they were arguing instead of fixing the problem. . I think I can Taste and see cheese specially when the name of the omelette is “mushroom
Than the bill comes and they had added 15 dollars for tomatos that I had asked to add to my 30 dollar omelette and 7 dollars extra for avacado . So I paid 60 dollars for an omlette that was bland and they had to take back and fix it without even showing any care that the customer was not happy . The best part is that when I asked to talk to the manager he never showed up to the table . And when I asked for the name of the manager they all gave me a different name .
We had a lovely brunch sitting outside on a beautiful Southern California day. The service was prompt and friendly. The food was delicious, although not inexpensive. We enjoyed the complimentary champagne when we first arrived. The roses everywhere are gorgeous. This iconic spot is great for special occasions.
As always, The Ivy delivered! We were in LA for a surprise birthday trip for my college-age daughter. I was worried as we had a big group of 9 and it was Sunday brunch. We were seated immediately at a lovely table inside. I prefer the patio, but the inside room was very quaint and still lovely!
The service was incredible and the food was delicious! Everything from the scones to the surprise birthday cake with giant sparkler was perfect. It is definitely pricey, but the ambiance (gorgeous roses everywhere), service and food quality make it worth it!
The Ivy is a "must-do" for a girls trip in LA! Don't miss it!
Ok! Ok! Ok! This place was The Bomb! You all need to go at least once in your life. The bill was higher then God knows what...but the service, the food, the celebrities ( yes we saw Jennifer Tiller there...literally behind us) was amazing. The flowers on the table, the pink shirts, the taste...honestly...this place was cool! I loved it and would go back in a flash.
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