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For most of its existence, Dominick’s was famous as the Hollywood restaurant that never looked open, a weathered, low building, neon permanently unlit, across from the small amusement park that later became the site of the Beverly Center. It was, or at least had a reputation as, the original Rat Pack hangout. And when it finally changed hands, it was made over into a neo–Rat Pack steakhouse, then a neo-neo–Rat Pack fusion place, then a couple of other things I don’t remember until it finally ended up as a pleasant, much-enlarged, neo-neo-neo–Rat Pack restaurant with late hours, a killer recipe for spaghetti and meatballs, a menu equally divided between tough-guy American-Italian cooking and girly, salady stuff, not to mention $15 Sunday dinners that come with the option of a $12 bottle of a house wine with the unfortunate name of Dago Red. Oddly, it is a very pleasant place to be, even when you are not watching young television stars grope one another, which you usually are.
Where the Chefs Eat is an ongoing series in which we ask a local chef to give us his or her favorite dining options. This week, we talk to Brandon Boudet, chef at Dominick's, Little Dom's, The 101 Cof... More »
The Chef's Library is a series in which we ask chefs around town to tell us about their favorite cookbooks. Today, we talk to Brandon Boudet, chef of Dominick's and Little Dom's. There's all kinds o... More »
Celebrating the "change" in season (it's L.A., come on), restaurants around town are revamping their menus, adding new happy hours (City Sip, The Parish, Dominick's, etc), prix fixe specials and pumpk... More »
Street Food Cinema: Napoleon Dynamite Nosh on snacks from Kogi, Grill 'Em All, Don Chow Tacos, ROCKin ICE and other food trucks while viewing this beloved nerd-as-hero film. WHAT: Street Food Cinema:... More »
Update: Dominick's reopens today, Monday, November 22nd. In celebration of the reopening, the restaurant will host a "Sunday Supper" this Wednesday, November 24, boasting the familiar deals: $15 for... More »
This charmingly old-school joint -- and former Sinatra hang -- in the southwest corner of West Hollywood has much to commend it, including the (covered) brick patio, which, if not the most romantic in the city, certainly makes our top 10. But the menu item that keeps drawing us back to Dominick's Restaurant is a very simple, very big salad -- a heaping plate of soft Bibb lettuce, simply dressed with creme fraiche and lemon and then topped with a veritable cup of crispy... More »
You really can't beat 3 course yummy prix fixe for less than the price of an appetizer at most good restaurants. I love to sit on the outdoor patio by the open fireplace - rustic and cozy. It's good for dates and good for groups.
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