The Bleecker Street is a classic American restaurant in Tarzana, California. The rustic dining room is designed to be cozy and relaxing. Brick interior walls and dark wood paneling encompass the entire restaurant, while antique furniture is spread around the edges for storage and display. With hanging chandeliers around the ceilings and a beautifully arranged bar, The Bleecker Street is an elegant choice for meals of all occasions. Guests can choose to sit in the main dining room, the interior mezzanine or the intimate outdoor patio wit ha lovely street view.
The Bleecker Street offers late lunch and dinner all week with a special weekend brunch as well. Popular entrees include the blue smoke BBQ pizza, halibut, short ribs, white fish piccata and the house burger. All meals from this restaurant can be ordered for special events or catering.
My wife and I dinned at The Bleecker Street last night. Great food at an exceptional value. Now that it is on Open Table I will go here often. The service was professional and attentive. You can't get better than this. The atmosphere is cozy and comfortable. Great place to eat with friends and family.
We would diffidently return here soon.
Tried having lunch at one of my favorite spots on Valentine's. There were not many patrons. Staff was limited since everyone was scheduled for a dinner crowd. Took forever to get order in, then our Caesar salad was never brought (no it wasn't on bill, it was just forgotten). My pizza did not taste like it normally does. My regular coke came back as a diet coke refill. Asked for bread but got it when I was done with my meal. Server was busy setting up for the valentine's decor. Funny how the server let us know he was not happy to be there alone and felt pressured to get his job done before management/next shift came in at 3 but yet ignored the customers he actually had. Really disappointed as I was trying to treat my mom to a nice lunch at one of our favorite spots. Ended up taking her to Local Peasant for lunch and dessert after the experience we had here.
Bleecker Street was alright. There was nothing particularly great about it. I went for Saturday brunch, and there were only a few other people there. There was only one person on duty serving as a host and waiter, who was accommodating when I asked to move my table inside because there wasn't sufficient shaded areas for the tables outside. The food took a very long time to prepare, which was surprising for the lack of people at the restaurant. The food was alright, and seemingly overpriced. The ambiance was also just okay.
Had gone there for a GNO and was pretty disappointed with the food and service. It was not crowded so we should have gotten better service. The service was not friendly nor apologetic when we discovered the server had accidentally dropped the catup in my friends purse. Wasn't impressed with the food either.
We come frequently, and love the tasty thin crust pizzas. I almost always order fish, and really enjoyed the halibut with a mustard sauce, mashed potatoes and sautéed spinach I recently ordered. Portion sizes are generous; service is friendly (but occasionally a little spotty, as when you really need more water but can't find your server).
The Dine L.A. dinner menu was perfect! Loved the bread pudding !!!
The whole dinner was delicious.
We reserved to celebrate an adult birthday and we were not disappointed. We had a hard time choosing from the extensive and imaginative menu, and everyone loved their meal. I had the best cioppino of my life--mildly spicy homemade & thick, topped with a ton of perfectly cooked shrimp, mussels, clams,scallops--and 2 lobster tails! I had to take 1/2 home to enjoy the following day. the service was beyond friendly--when they saw gifts being exchanged they spontaneously brought a free bread pudding with a candle to share! Definitely will return.
After eating here several times as it is in the neighborhood, I was very dissappointed in the service we received. It was a Saturday early evening, not crowded at all. It took 20 minutes for our cocktails to arrive and they were not up to their standard. My husband had to go to the bar to instruct the bartender how to make his Manhattan...even with that ..it was sub standard...at 16.00 a drink it should be better. The food was good...but service poor...
we had to ask for silverware , requested several times to have another drink.......
Overall...not up to what I have become used too......
The ahi tuna was cooked and should have been raw. The lobster had the texture of mashed potatoes. We never got some of the items we ordered. It took forever for them to clear our plates. Overall, not only would we not return, we would not recommend others to try this restaurant.
The Pasta Pomodoro was amazing but the shrimp I ordered with it was WAY over cooked. My boyfriends Beef Tenderloin Filet melted like butter in your mouth but it had no seasoning whatsoever( it's called a salt and pepper rub. Not that hard to do!), it was more on the rare side than medium rare, and it was cold. The steamed vegetables also had no seasoning or butter, and the mashed potatoes were gritty. I could have made better (non gritty) mashed potatoes from a box. Oh wait, I have!! Our drinks we ordered sat at the bar for a while because when we got them, they were watered down from the ice melting. Once we finished those, we sat there for over 10 minutes waiting for our server to come back over to ask if wanted refills or something else to drink. If they get servers that are a little more observant and on top of the three tables they had each, and they actually tasted the food and made sure the temperature of the food still hot before it went out the diners, I'd eat there again.
Great little restaurant in our neighborhood. Came for new year's eve. The service was good. Fun atmosphere. Ordered from the special menu. Everything was delicious. Always a good time with Janae.
From the moment we arrived with our party of 4 there was disappointment. We were seated near the door where there was a significant cold air draft and a a loud "background" acoustic guitarist/vocalist.
Our waiter was not very present with us especially when we informed him we were not interested in any alcoholic beverages. The service continued to be lack luster as items were forgotten and asked for several times.
The food was very unimpressive and bland at best. We were definitely disappointed as most of the reviews we read were extremely favorable.
One of my favorites in the neighborhood. Great menu and chill atmosphere. Terrific menu, friendly service, and parking is always easy! 10 out of 10!
I THOUGHT THE FOOD WAS GOOD AND SERVICE OKAY ;HOWEVER, I WAS QUITE DISAPPOINTED THAT THE HOSTESS DID NOT ADVISE OUR WAITER THAT WE WERE CELEBRATING A BIRTHDAY...IT'S NOT THE "FREE" DESSERT BUT RATHER THE LACK OF ACKNOWLEDGING OUR EVENT THAT AGGRAVATED ME...AS THE HOST OF OUR TABLE I PUT IN THE OPEN TABLE RESERVATION THE REASON FOR OUR DINNER AND THIS WAS CONFIRMED BY THE HOSTESS UPON OUR ARRIVAL. AS THE HOST OF OUR GET-TOGETHER IT MADE IT LOOK LIKE I DIDN'T GO THE "EXTRA STEP"...IF YOU ARE CELEBRATING A SPECIAL OCCASION GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!
The Mexican food recently added to the menu was amazing!
THE MENU WAS VARIED AND EVERYTHING WE ORDERED WAS TASTY AND SERVED QUICKLY. VERY PLEASED WITH THIS RESTAURANT
The exterior of the restaurant belies no clue as to the open, high-ceiling interior. Among our party we ordered four different dishes: Arroz con Camarones, El Bleecker pizza, protein-style turkey burger and a hamburger. Neither burger was seasoned enough. They both tasted bland. In addition, the hamburger was ordered medium rare and was served medium well. The turkey burger was a bit mealy, like it had been quickly defrosted and perhaps contained too much water. It fell apart easily. Both of the other dishes were quite tasty, however. The Arroz was seasoned well, and the pizza was a perfect balance of flavors.
This is a favorite spot of mine. Great menu, the soup is fantastic, as are the pizzas. Also, friendly and great service.
We met at 10:00 and were there until 1:00, and we were so surprised at how un-crowded it was for Sunday brunch! We were nearly the only table occupied for the first part of our meal. The food was delicious (especially the lobster grilled cheese) and our server was very accommodating and friendly and didn't mind how long we stayed. I would certainly return for brunch since it was calm and easy. I'd try it for dinner, too.
I've eaten at Bleecker Street more time than I can count. Several years ago, I had an office less than 1 mile away. At that time the service and food were excellent. Based on the past I've continued to go to Bleecker Street whenever I'm in the area. I've noticed during the last few visits that the food has changed, and not for the better. I'm not sure what is going on, but it has progressively declined. They have more selections, but the food just isn't what it once was. I took a friend there for dinner last night and it was probably my last visit. It was Saturday night and the place had more people than usual, but the service was horrible. It took over 5 minutes before anyone asked if we wanted water. In the past they would leave a bottle of water on the table, but not anymore. Once we drank the first glass, it took forever before our server brought us more water. As a matter of fact, he never asked if we wanted more, I had to ask another server. I ordered the short ribs and she had the chicken madera. Absolutely, horrible short ribs, the worst meal I've had at Bleecker Street. The chicken madera was a bit better, but not much. My food was warm at best. Needless, to say, that was the last time I plan to eat a Bleecker Street. The food has been on the decline, but the bad service was the clincher.