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About Vintage Enoteca
Vintage Enoteca is an award-winning Italian-inspired, neighborhood wine bar, offering seasonal small plates and a crafted boutique wine and beer list. Located on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, Vintage Enoteca combines a friendly, chic vibe with delicious food and drink.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Wine Bar, Tapas / Small Plates, Mediterranean
Hours of Operation:
Weekend Brunch: 11:00am - 4:00pm, Lunch: Daily: 12:00pm - 12:00am; Dinner: Nightly: 12:00pm - 12:00am
North Sierra Bonita Ave.
$30 and under
Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Non-traditional wine tasting events. See Vintage Enoteca's Facebook page for event updates and information.
Off-site catering is available for both large and small parties. Options include selections from existing menu and development of unique menus.
Free parking is available behind the restaurant.
Nearest Subway stop is Hollywood & Highland. Bus Line 2 runs primarily through Sunset Boulevard from Downtown Los Angeles to Pacific Palisades.
Beer, Entertainment, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Private parties are also available.
Vintage Enoteca Ratings and Reviews
What a great place! Nice and casual, great ambiance; service was friendly and attentive, and very knowledgeable about the menu. The food was, in a word, fantastic. We had a sampling of little bites and each one was great; the salumi and cheese plate was outstanding, and the lamb and feta flatbread was unique, flavorful, and wonderful! EXTENSIVE wine list. We shall return!
Super friendly, knowledgeable service. Excellent wine. Delicious, creative menu. Casual atmosphere, interesting decor. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed everything, and our 7 and 9 year old kids were also very happy with their dishes--which usually isn't the case at a restaurant that has a menu catering to more sophisticated palates. Bravo, 5 stars!
Located on Sunset headed towards WeHo, Vintage Enoteca sets out on what it tries to do... wine. There is a pretty good selection to be found here, and they also have food. Disappointingly the charcuterie didn't come on a board, but was decent.
The place is small and can get loud. Parking is street and metered, so good luck.
Tucked away spot in West Hollywood (NOT Hollywood as Open Table has listed) with an eclectic wine list and superb and original small plates. There are many wonderful items on this restaurant's menu, so it will be difficult to choose three or four. Everything we ordered was delicious (deviled eggs with bacon, beet and arugula salad, meatball flatbread, chicken liver pate bruschetta, blue crab bruschetta, cauliflower gratin, pork medallions with sweet potato hash). My only complaint is that I felt the staff was rushing everyone. It was 6 pm and half-full, so it was still early and not busy enough to warrant it. We had literally sat down for 5 minutes and were asked by two different wait staff if we knew what food we would order. Also, they're rather aggressive about suggesting you order more of the small plates than is necessary. Order three and see how you feel before ordering more. For small plates, the portions are pretty generous. This is really minor, however, to an otherwise excellent dining experience.
This is our favorite wine bar in all of LA. The deviled eggs are the best I have ever tasted and I love how the wine changes frequently. The staff are so well versed in suggesting something to fit your palate and they aren't afraid to let you taste either! The blue crab bruschetta makes me have dreams about it. Seriously such a hidden gem. Its our go to spot whenever we have time to go out!
They took great care of us. The wine list (which they said changes weekly) was ecclectic and interesting and the server was well versed in the wines and the possible pairings. It was also a great value as they have wonderful wines by the glass, so we could share and taste multiple wines and pair them with small plates and have an exceptional meal and experience without breaking the bank.
The server was nice, but the place is small and there's a huge curtain that makes it look so uninviting and dark in there. The food was not so good...sliders had way too much sauce. Roasted artichoke had no flavor and wasn't cooked well. The white pizza was good though but that's about it. For the price, not worth it. So many other yummy restaurants we could have gone too. It was disappointing.
Met an old friend here for happy hour. We enjoyed most everything we tried. The deviled eggs and pickled vegetables topped the list. The grilled artichokes were slightly over-cooked, so I probably wouldn't order them again. The blackberry Sangria was delicious. Wait staff was very patient and helpful when we queried them. Nice, relaxed atmosphere. Recommended.
I was excited to try a new wine bar. Its a cool spot. BUT if you are gonna be a wine bar you should serve good wine. the Pinot Noir I got wasn't very good. Also again if you are a wine bar you should have decent wine glasses. the ones we got were dinky little stemless ones.
Also while everyone was very nice the service was pretty bad. Its a small place. There was hardly anyone there and it took FOREVER for them to come out to take our order. There were three of them hidden behind a curtain online or something. And when we wanted another glass we had to go get them. the same for the check. All of these things are easily fixed. but if they don't improve the wine selection, glasses and service I would not go back.
I've never had a bad meal, or a bad glass of wine here. The menu consists of seasonal, small plates and a few regulars that can't be beat. The wine list changes every few weeks, so don't plan to get hooked on a great new wine; chances are there will be something new to try next time. The wait staff are friendly and incredibly knowledgeable about the wine list. One of my favorite after-movie hangouts. Don't forget to save room for dessert.
Vintage is such a gem in LA... Every item on the menu is amazing! The mushroom pasta is outstanding as are the figs and the salmon tartare... One will not be disappointed ever. The wine list is one of the best in the city. Price range is great and they always have bottles that you can't get anywhere else.
Everything about out visit exceeded expectations, considering we found it randomly and had no information other than what was on the website. Everything we ordered was delicious. We're vegetarian, so it's not always easy to find enough to eat, but there were PLENTY of dishes and none disappointed. And the staff was so warm and welcoming. The restaurant was less than half full, so we actually ended up chatting with other patrons and the waitress which was really fun. I will recommend this to any of my friends looking for a nice night out.
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