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About Wood & Vine
Now serving Brunch Saturday & Sunday.
We have implemented a 20% fixed service charge on all guest checks; tipping is no longer needed or expected. Hourly pay rates for all employees are now well above minimum wage levels, and FOH staff participate in a profit-sharing program based on restaurant revenue.
Our goal remains to provide an experience fueled by hospitality, by genuine connection, and by a desire to make our guests happy. Additional info is available on our website.
Wood and Vine is a New American restaurant and cocktail bar with a vintage Hollywood feel and expansive patio. We offer a menu of seasonal, ingredient-driven shared plates in a social atmosphere, complemented by local small batch beers and wines, and classic craft cocktails. Our kitchen is open until midnight, Tuesday-Saturday.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Hours of Operation:
Monday | Closed
Tue - Thu | 5pm to Midnight
Friday | 5pm to 2am
Saturday | 11am to 2am
Sunday | 10am to 10pm
$30 and under
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Please contact us at email@example.com to discuss any requests for catering.
Valet Parking available on the NW corner of Hollywood & Vine. Parking cost $10 for under 2 hours, $20 for 2 to 6 hours and $25 over 6 hours.
We are located just adjacent to the Hollywood & Vine Metro station on the Red Line.
Private Party Facilities:
Wood & Vine offers private event options for groups of various sizes. Our 1,200 square foot mezzanine naturally fits smaller parties of 10-50, while a 1,300 square-foot outdoor patio offers guests the unique experience of outdoor private function space in the heart of Hollywood.
Private Party Contact:
Wally Moran: (323) 334-3360
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We are well-suited to host parties as intimate as 10 people or as large as 250. Several areas of our spacious restaurant can easily transform into semi-private spaces for groups of various sizes. Specialized party menus are available, and our dedicated events manager will help tailor all details to meet your needs. We have hosted many large-format parties for clients including Dreamworks, Disney, CSI Las Vegas, Cirque du Soleil, Reveille Productions, Magnolia Pictures, and the Ellen DeGeneres Show. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Wood & Vine Ratings and Reviews
When we arrived the manager told us that we had his favorite table. So if his favorite table is across from the kitchen and close to the restrooms, I'll be darned. The wait staff was friendly and adequate but the food was not. We ordered an arugula salad, the special pasta and the sea bass. The salad was okay, but nothing special. The pasta was supposed to be a vodka sauce and while it had a trace of vodka sauce it was so overcooked it was not even worth eating. We left most of it on the plate and no one asked why. The sea bass was tasteless but the texture was okay and it was edible at least. All in all, we were expecting a tasty dinner and were tremendously disappointed. We were on our way to the Pantages to see Hamilton. I am pretty sure that we will not be back to this spot which is too bad, since at a better table, the atmosphere seems like it could be fun.
Right across the street from the Pantages. Came here for 12pm pre-theater brunch before Hamilton 1pm Sunday Performance . Great Sunday brunch with beautiful airy open patio. Quick service and great options for brunch (we had avocado toast, vegetarian burrito, and chicken and waffles). Wonderful cocktails and they even gave us 2 free drinks for our anniversary ! I like that they automatically charge 20% service charge in lieu of tips that they divide among all the servers and kitchen staff. Would definitely recommend this for pre- or post- theater dining at Pantages.
Went for a quick meal before a show. I had been once before, years ago and remember it being far better. Ordered a cheese plate, which was pretty generic, had a few nuts on it and "bread", really crouton sticks, that could have broken our teeth. The waiter told us to watch the plate, it was "sharp". Sharp actually meant a huge chip was broken off that could have sliced our fingers off. Why did they serve on this plate when they knew it was broken? The lamb burger that my husband got was overcooked and dripping with far too much goat cheese. My salmon with beurre blanc was prepared nicely but served in a bowl where it was swimming in sauce and mashed potatoes that had WAY too much horseradish so whatever effort was put into creating the crispy skin was obliterated. As for service, our waiter was pleasant. Waited a long time for him to bring us our glasses of wine. Our table was on the second floor overlooking the bar so we could see him chatting with the bartender for 10 minutes while holding our drinks on a tray. Also noticed at the two tables next to us, the patrons at both tables returned their drinks! Quite pricey for the quality of food which seemed like more pub fare than high end dining. If felt like they knew that they would have captive audiences with the Pantages right across the street and that eaters would settle for anything. Will not be going there again.
Felt the automatic 20% gratuity added to the bill regardless of the quality of service was a turnoff. Probably won't choose to come here again. Portions were small for a menu that is supposedly designed for sharing...... Cocktail selections were poor and a martini had to be sent back because it was served warm. Never had that happen anywhere before.
Definitely not worth the price of the meal.
I think I'm done with Wood & Wine as a restaurant (perhaps would grab a drink at the bar). Went for pre-theater Sunday brunch. The outdoor patio is loud with the sound of air conditioners coming from the roofs of adjacent buildings, not even music playing to at least distract from the humming of the A/C. The food is just "okay" but overpriced. The $10 side of bacon was really 3 slabs of pork - not bad but not bacon. No selection of hot teas (although the menu says they do). Cost about $65 for two with no alcohol - just ice tea, coffee, pancakes, french toast and "bacon". Will not be returning.
Brunch menu underwhelming; not much choice. Food isn’t anything you couldn’t make in your kitchen with ingredients already there. I ordered granola yogurt bowl - probably a quart of plain yogurt with a light sprinkling of cereal on top (think teaspoon). Food comes out as it’s ready so we were all eating in stages. Just before we were ready to leave here come our poached eggs and toast.
Drinks are pricey and very small. $14 for 3 oz.
20% Service fee to cover tips and insure you don’t know your server and everyone helps as they say fit.
Save your money and no reservations required here.
We sat in the outside patio and it was a very nice ambience. We ordered a harvest salad which was a nice portion of arugula. As the menu is “designed” for sharing family style; we ordered the sea bass portion and it was very small (3-4oz)? And under salted/seasoned. I ordered a pint and it was 3/4 full? The top 1/4 was foam/head? Not used to getting a close to full beer. My wife liked her whiskey cocktail. We came here to eat something light before our Hamilton show. We decided not to order anymore after the sea bass. Someone came out to ask “how was the food/meal/etc” but they were moving so fast and already answered for us: we didn’t get to let them know... you know when someone asks you a question; but answers for you; they weren’t really trying to listen... on top of that they hit you with an auto 20% service fee. Not the worst thing in the world as it goes to pay for the staff benefits.
We went there after seeing the Sunday Hamilton matinee. We ordered several things to share (which was a bit confusing with 5 of us). We loved the Chicken and Waffles and the Ahi appetizer. The salmon, the Arroz verde chicken and the calamari were all very bland and under seasoned. Our waitress was not very helpful in helping us to understand how the share part worked and was not very attentive. I have been here before and really enjoyed it. I would think twice before returning.
I liked the menu, but the execution left a bit to be desired. I wish there was more attention to the seasonality of the ingredients. The asparagas on the avocado toast was overwhelming, fibrous, and seemed out of place-- especially in November. The toast came out pretty cold. The coffee was alright, but there should be more variety. And I was very surprised to find that they didn't offer a normal breakfast blend type of hot tea.
Service was very nice and checked in on in us fairly often.
The cocktail that was there was very, very good-- I'd come back for drinks, or happy hour, especially outside. The fire pit was very nice, and the staff was kind enough to light a heater for us when we were chilled.
We dined here prior to seeing Hamilton. Our server, Mark, was friendly and efficient. We ordered the brussel sprouts (fantastic), salad w/goat cheese (also fantastic) and the lamb burger (delicious). It was certainly plenty of food for two people to share. The only negative was the puff pastry dessert. It was supposed to be stuffed with apples and cranberries but they were almost non existent. We did mention this to our server. I would definitely go back to Wood & Vine prior to seeing a show at The Pantages.
I was very disappointed in the food. The Brussels sprouts were the one bright spot in our meal. The restaurant’s big thing is that the food comes out when it’s finished, but our rice was cold. The “baby back ribs” were actually beef ribs. They were awful. We told our server that they were inedible. Never heard back. Still on our bill. There was no special, and our server just said, “The chef just didn’t feel like it tonight.” They were out of all of the desserts except 2. For the amount of money that I spent, I’m appalled that the service, overall, was so unprofessional. We would have had a better meal at Chili’s. We sat outside. It was chilly and I asked the busboy if he could turn on one of the heaters. Never came back to do it. The table next to us had young children who were running around all over the place. Totally ruined my daughter’s birthday dinner. The only positive is that it across the street from the Pantages where we were seeing Hamilton.
I would say the location was great since we were going to the Pantages across the street. However the service was slow and so we were rushed at the end. I did use for the first time the payment through OpenTable. I later reviewed my receipt which I didn't look at closely when I left because of being in a rush and noticed that I was charged $40 for wine. I did not have any wine. Needless to say it is my own fault for not having checked the receipt but the attention to detail and service was poor. I will not go again.
Wood and Vine is a perfect choice before a show. The food is tapas style and most plates are plenty for two. There is a wide variety of meat, fish and vegetables available on the menu and we were not disappointed by any of our choices. The atmosphere is pretty energetic, especially on a Saturday night, which was fun for us, but wouldn't be if we were trying to have a quiet, romantic meal. Service is great, friendly, knowledgeable, helpful.
People are very friendly and good vibe. Outdoor dining was really pretty with string lights in trees and plenty of heaters for cooler weather. Food was just ok, for example calimari was not crispy and flavorless. Service was off, friendly, but off. We kept getting food we didn't order. Super convenient to theater. Worth coming for an app and wine before a show.
We ate there before gong to Hamilton at Pantages across the street. It was extremely convenient and great atmosphere. We enjoyed sitting outside with the heaters. The server suggested we each order one item in the box (larger portions) and each a side. That was way too much food. I recommend you start slow then add as you eat. The food came out fast so it would be fine. We really liked the Mac &cheese and the Brussel sprouts.
After a couple of visits to this establishment, I would recommend it for cocktails but nothing more. The food was mediocre and the ambiance is okay as we were on top of the table next to us. The service was poor and definitely not worth the 20% built in gratuity (and I'm a generous tipper). Our server never came back to check on our food and I had an empty drink for 15 minutes before I had the opportunity to ask for another one.
I ate at Wood and Vine recently before a performance at the Pantages. We were seated right away (I had a reservation) and the service was good. I, however, was very disappointed in the food. We ordered the chicken and waffles and the chicken was terrible; it was a very small, rubbery piece for the price of the dish. The waffle was nothing spectacular. We ordered the asparagus and tomato side and it was undercooked and tasteless. The other two dishes, mac and cheese (good) and the best was the Brussel sprout dish. Very overpriced overall for what we got.
I always find brunch to be a great way to hangout and enjoy the weekend. Wood & Vine just launched their brunch menu this weekend. Saturday's starting at 10am and Sundays at 11:00am. I went today and tried a few things on the menu. You must get the Brunch Punch! In my opinion it is way better than a mimosa or a Bellini. It made me pretty happy today.
Salmon Toast-absolutely loved since salmon is already a favorite.
Avocado Toast-asparagus, radish, fried egg, and roasted cherry tomatoes was good, but I would want more avocado next time.
Chicken & Waffles- the waffles were fluffy and the cubes of butternut squash were delicious with the maple syrup.
Smoked Salmon Pizza-If you like the taste of smoked salmon then you will appreciate this dish.
Pastrami Benedict- My first time trying and
Pacific Oysters- Unique in that it had chorizo and green apples. Great combination.
Bloody Mary-it has a Spicy kick to it!
So come check it out.
The food was very good but it was stated as "family style" which it was not. Our main dish, the sea bass which was excellent, i would consider an average size entree for one person . the sides, which we ordered separately, were large and excellent. The service was terrible! A waitress came to us right away and took our drink order, brought our drinks then took our dinner order. We never saw her again. Our food was delivered, we never had another person come to our table without us calling to them. We would have ordered another glass of wine, but no one was around! I ordered dessert, after calling to a busboy, and no utensils were brought. I got up and went to another table and got myself a fork and napkin. I also got silverware for the couple sitting next to us as they had no silverware either. The food was good but the service was terrible. They also add a 20% tip automatically to the bill and i can see why!