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This charming Italian restaurant stands in the heart of the Los Feliz neighborhood in LA. A family-run business, Il Capriccio boasts of a pretty sidewalk setting perfect for romantic interludes, besides having a comfortable indoor seating as well. Done up in light wood furnishings with faux white windows, Capriccio's is an apt place for intimate dinner conversations with friends and family. At moderate prices, Capriccio's offers a wide array of salads, pre-pasta dishes, seafood, chicken and other meats, although it hasn't developed a pizza menu yet. Their desserts and bread are both home-made specialties. They also have an impressive wine collection to go with the food menu. On any ordinary dinner night, be sure to sample a dish from their all-time specials menu, that includes 7 most popular dishes crafted with closely guarded family recipes. A great deal for parents here is that kids can eat free meals on Monday nights, on condition that at least one adult entrée is ordered.
1739 Public House is located in the neighborhood of Los Feliz and is known for their impressive beer selection. With a rotating tap that features beer from all over the world, cerevisaphiles will definitely love this place. Sports fans will find it a nice spot to watch their favorite games on their multiple screens while having a brew. Occasional live music, pool tables and dartboards add on to the entertainment factor.
Rocco's Italian Market and Deli has been serving authentic Italian treats to the people of Los Feliz since 2011. Gourmet sandwiches loaded with fresh cuts of meat, delicate cheeses, home-made sauces, pastas and meatballs are available here. The roast beef, fresh salads, espresso and biscotti are a must try at Rocco's. The market shelves here are stocked with a variety of products including Italian imports. Rocco's also offers catering services to corporate events and private parties. With great home-cooked meals at affordable prices, Rocco's Italian Market and Deli welcomes all to experience the flavors of Italy.
Ye Rustic Inn is a bar that perfectly serves the hip Los Feliz area. This casual two-room watering hole is a comfortable spot that's welcoming to both the aging regulars and the on-their-way-to-Hollywood younger crowd. The main room has a long, beaten-up bar filled with the kind of extras you only see in an Oliver Stone film. The back room offers booths for a more private night out. You can't build this kind of place—it has to age like fine wine.
Housed inside Alcove Cafe & Bakery, Big Bar welcomes drinkers to experience finest cocktails made with zesty herbs, flavorful juices and choicest of spirits. Located on Hillhurst Avenue, this Los Feliz cocktail spot offers an elegantly-designed indoor setting as well as a serene patio area with a casual environment. With an array of ingredients, the unique aromas and the rawness of each of the components are decisive for the concoction's fate. Big Bar's veterans take care of the minute details excellently. The classic bloody mary gets a tangy twist with a bounty of citrus and tomato essence. Served with ice pieces resembling small rocks, your chosen blend is your best company in the scorching LA sun.
Simply put Vinoteca means wine treasures and that is exactly what Vinoteca Farfalla is all about. With over 35 imported and domestic wines including the very rare ones and a good number of European beers, this bar is a must visit for wine connoisseurs. The food menu is not that extensive but quite unique where both Italian cuisine and Brazilian delicacies come together. Guests can experiment with antipasto ortolano or risotta in carozza with a drink of their choice. And if you're not that hungry, experiment with a few pieces of cheese from the varied list in the menu.
Hip without attitude, this comfortable niche has been pleasing locals for more than a decade. The prices are friendly, the crowd is beautiful and the menu is familiar; yet it always manages to offer something new. Start with the Contadina, roasted eggplant and peppers with goat cheese. From there the fresh pastas, chickens or seafood will complete the evening at Trattoria Farfalla.
Beyond the red door, you'll find the funkiest Kung-Fu style bar in Los Angeles. Almost everything is red here, the music is eclectic, bebop to pop to hip-hop. The crowd is terminally hip. The staff is great and the bartenders know just about every drink under the sun. Mingle with the younger Hollywood set, but get there early if you want a seat at the bar. This place fills up faster than you can say, "Who's your agent?"