Studio is located within the Montage Resort & Spa. It offers you a delectable French menu blended with Californian influences. Chef Craig Strong ensures that all the seasonal ingredients put to use, are of the finest quality, with splendid wines for company. The A la Carte menu changes daily, but the attention to every aspect of the dish, exquisite pairings of flavors and beautiful presentation remains constant. If you're in the mood to splurge, the Tasting Menu offers a variety of signature dishes, and allows you the opportunity to sample the best on offer. Attention is given to details and services are personalized. So, sit back and enjoy your meal while taking in the panoramic Pacific coastline. A perfect place for a romantic dinner with breathtaking views of the sunset over the ocean.
Located right on the sand of Crystal Cove, the Beachcomber operates in one of the historic cottages, and features seafood and mixed drinks. The quality of the food and the service is best proved by its popularity: the wait is often two hours, and limited reservations are accepted only on-line. However, a little planning can make the wait hassle free: make the Beachcomber reception the first stop at Crystal Cove, drop in your name and number, then go explore the beach until being called. Don't have 2 hours? Come for an early breakfast – sipping a cup of coffee on the sun deck while looking out at Santa Catalina Island. A perfect way to start your day.
The exterior of the building is a reproduction of Ye Olde Bell, England's oldest Inn located in Hurley-on-Thames, not far from London. The decor resembles an English tavern to match the outside, and the waitresses are dressed in super-sexy outfits straight out of a movie about Merrie Olde England. The clientele is varied and comes to enjoy the good, hearty meat dishes and the interesting atmosphere. The specialties here are roast prime ribs of beef, rack of lamb, duck, veal and fresh seafood. There is a full bar and an award-winning wine list with bottles in every price range.
La Cave has been thriving for 50 years, opened on Valentine's day in 1962. This subterranean gem has been popular for its fine steaks and seafood, vibrant lounge with live music, DJs, dancing and more. So it doesn’t matter if its a dimly lit cellar because it is great escapade from the daily grind to dine and unwind. Here's to La Cave, uncork the bubbly!
Enjoy dining on exquisite seafood and steaks from 230 Forest Avenue. This upscale eatery is the brainchild of Mark Cohen, who dishes out contemporary California cuisine with flair. In addition to mouthwatering dishes like Maui onion soup and short rib ravioli, the restaurant also has a famous martini bar that draws a huge crowd. The contemporary, bistro-style decor is accentuated by a rotating display of colorful local art, which gives the venue a cozy ambiance. You can also enjoy your meal on the outdoor patio and bar. Reservations are recommended, so call well in advance.
Brussels Bistro brings a bit of Belgium to Laguna Beach. Sample traditional dishes like Belgian fries, stuffed crepes, cheese croquettes, North Sea Shrimp and more. And what would a Belgian restaurant be without beer? A wide variety of bottled and draught brews are offered, including favorites such as Hoegaarden and Chimay.
This restaurant is family-owned and there is another location in Laguna Beach. This is a cozy, comfortable place where you can forget about the worries of the day and relax next to one of the fireplaces. There is often live music that soothes the soul as well. Great for families or couples, it is a wonderful spot for just about everyone. There is also patio dining for those who want some fresh air (or a smoke). Salads, hamburgers, steaks, sandwiches, fresh fish, pasta and more—all with a California flair—are what you will get at this delicious eatery. Everything is beautifully presented and smells wonderful. Prices range from $16-22 for entrees. There is a full bar and a good wine list with bottles ranging from $19-50 per bottle.
Thai Juan On is one of the handful of Thai restaurants in Southern California with an impressive wine list, cocktail and full service bar. The aromatic food is made daily with fresh produces, fine meat and seafood. Enjoy live music every Thursday through Saturday, daily happy hours and great food at Thai Juan On. They also offer catering services and are open for private events.
A bit of living history in heart of San Juan Capistrano's Los Rios Historical district, the Ramos House was built in 1881 and retains many of its original features. Keeping with this historical theme, chef/owner John Q. Humphreys lives onsite and prepares everything from scratch – the house even has its own herb garden and wine cellar. Contemporary American fare is served up with a southern twist, and the menu changes daily ensuring the freshest of in season specialties. A truly delightful culinary and historical experience.
With a name that means "the swallows," this romantic restaurant serves the finest of French and Belgian cuisine. Diners eat inside and enjoy the French countryside decor, or take in the fresh air on the patio. The house specialty is Poulet Marie Antoinette, a chicken breast with French cream sauce. Other delicious dishes include herb chicken, half roast duckling, veal medallions or peppercorn duck. One of the fine Belgian wines will complement your meal.