Best Seafood Restaurants in West Hollywood – CBS Los Angeles



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Residents and visitors to West Hollywood are afforded the luxury of a wide variety of restaurants of almost any cuisine. Just a short drive from the Pacific Ocean, We-Ho offers an abundance of seafood-centric restaurants and allows diners to indulge in unique dishes fresh from the sea. Whether you’re craving lobster, fish , shrimp, octopus or all of the above, the following restaurants in West Hollywood have seafood lovers in paradise.

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(credit: Connie & Teds)

Connie and Ted

8171 Santa Monica Boulevard
West Hollywood, California 90046
(323) 848-2722
www.connieandteds.com

Chef Michael Cimarusti’s New England-inspired seafood restaurant offers a ton of terrific East Coast style dishes inspired by the classic clam shacks, oyster bars and fish houses that dot the New York coastline. England and the West Coast. From the beautiful exterior that looks like an ocean wave to their wood-accented tables with an open kitchen, one of their signature items is their Lobster Roll, served cold with mayonnaise or hot with pulled butter, both on a homemade bun. But, really everything from their fish and chips to their New England clam chowder, excellent raw sea bass and lobster by the pound is worth trying. Flat fish from the market, breaded or boiled, is also very popular.

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(credit: Young-In-L./Yelp)

Blue Oysterette Plate

8048 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles, California 90048
(323) 656-5474
www.blueplatesantamonica.com

What started in Santa Monica has spread east and has become one of West Hollywood’s best seafood hot spots. The West 3rd Street facility’s seafood spot offers an east coast vibe with a west coast flair and features items ranging from seafood tours, oysters, raw sea bass, just fish hooked, lobster rolls and much more. Their bouillabaisse is a hit, as are their lobster tacos. It’s a fun and inviting place with lots of choices!

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(credit: Alicia W./Yelp)

Old scoundrel

8370 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles, California 90048
(323) 782-9033
www.sonofagunrestaurant.com

From the folks who brought you Animal, Jon & Vinny’s, Trois Mec and other great restaurants across town, Son Of A Gun features seafood specialties like a popular lobster roll with celery and aioli. with lemon, as well as an octopus salad, linguine with clams, a lobster BLT, as well as fish and chips, and the very popular grilled shrimp sandwich.

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ROKU

9201 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, California 90069
(310) 278-2060
www.innovativedining.com

ROKU is the new flagship of Innovative Dining Group, offering fine Japanese and teppanyaki cuisine, along with an inventive sushi and omakase bar. Offering three distinct dining options, the Teppanyaki Room, an interactive Hibachi dining experience, patio dining in their indoor / outdoor space, and their sushi bar where guests can watch Chef Jiro Kobayashi prepare fresh fish and seafood dishes. modern sushi. One of the iconic dishes is the Toro Tartare, which is prepared at the table with lemon zest, soy with wasabi truffle, marinated daikon, Maui onion, chives, wasabi root, rice cakes, caviar and served in a fillet of edible rice.

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The Neighborhood by Hannah An

8722 West Third Street
West Hollywood, California 90048
310-278-2345
www.thedistrictbyha.com

The District by Hannah An is painstakingly handcrafted to transport guests to Vietnam’s sensational past. From their first step in the restaurant, guests experience a truly authentic Vietnamese experience, from the welcoming glow reminiscent of the bustling “lantern city” to the century-old mansion gates and painted mirrors. Hannah treats her guest like family and yearns to host the most elaborate dinner for our family and friends every night. One of its most notable seafood is Chilean seabass (Cha Ca), which is turmeric crusted with dill rice vermicelli. But, this Vietnamese spot offers many other hits of the sea including a roasted wild salmon, a black cod in a clay pot with caramelized black cod, five spices and fish sauce, as well as a black cod from Tamarind. . Other departures include clams, squid, shrimp, and other tasty seafood bites.

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BOA

9200 Sunset Boulevard # 650
West Hollywood, California 90069
(310) 278-2050
www.innovativedining.com

Although BOA is known as a top-notch steakhouse, it also offers a selection of pristine seafood, including an extravagant seafood tower. Choose between a medium size for $ 85 and a large size for $ 150. The tour includes: giant saffron poached prawns, PEI mussels. a mignonette with red wine vinegar, lemon and tabasco sauce.

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(credit: Christian Hynes)

Maine Cousins ​​Lobster

8593, Santa Monica Boulevard
West Hollywood, California 90069
(424) 204-9923
www.cousinsmainelobster.com

Cousins ​​Maine Lobster was started by two Maine residents as a one-stop food truck in Los Angeles in 2012. Soon, they catapulted their idea into a multi-million dollar franchise business after the founders appeared on ABC’s “Shark Tank” where they got an investment from real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran. True cousins ​​Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac turned their prime-time TV visibility into a national truck footprint in twelve leading US cities, with a brick and mortar location in West Hollywood. Known for their traditional lobster rolls, Cousins ​​also serve a variety of unique lobster-inspired dishes, including the newest menu item and crowd pleaser, Grilled Lobster Cheese.

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(credit: Marie Buck)

Ivory at sunset

8440 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, California 90069
(323) 848-6000
www.ivoryonsunset.com

Inspired by the choppy creativity of Hollywood’s golden age and its everlasting, timeless glamor, Ivory on Sunset takes full advantage of Mondrian LA’s classic setting, famous history and legendary patio, providing a place for them. Angelenos and the destination guests to eat and drink in a beautifully landscaped environment. Designed by Brian Malarkey, former ABC chef of “The Taste,” the menu builds on his passion for fresh, market-oriented ingredients and Californian cuisine. Two of their popular seafood dishes include the grilled octopus with cannellini beans, braised tomatoes, candied lemon and capers and the crispy brazino with Chinese sausage, long beans, basil, cilantro soybeans and ginger frosting.

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(credit: Shannon Sturgis: StarChefs)

Socket

8715 Melrose
West Hollywood, California 90069
(323) 347-6060
www.catchrestaurants.com

Catch, with locations in New York, Dubai, and Playa Del Carmen, is now open in Los Angeles. Sitting atop a gorgeous 12,000 square foot new build building in the heart of West Hollywood, Catch features indoor / outdoor layouts with a retractable roof so guests can soak up the California sunshine while enjoying fruit. seafood, including their truffle sashimi, lobster macaroni and cheese, black cod lettuce rolls with miso, sushi rolls and Cantonese lobster cooked with sake, oyster sauce and garlic, as well as as exclusive cocktails in their rooftop bar.

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Koi

730 North, boulevard La Cienega.
Los Angeles, California 90069
(310) 659-9449
www.koirestaurant.com

Contemporary Japanese cuisine and sophisticated Zen-inspired decor at Koi restaurants create a dining experience that is both intimate and elegant. The restaurant has been around for a long time by Los Angeles standards, but that just means it’s so good. The modern space combined with elegant decor and a beautiful patio offers guests imaginative dishes inspired by traditional Japanese preparations. Two seafood dishes stand out: the Salmon carpaccio with black truffles and ponzu sauce and the Mizo Bronzed Black Cod with seasonal vegetables.

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Cavatine

1200 Alta Loma Road
West Hollywood, California 90069
(310) 358-3759
www.cavatinala.com

Located inside the legendary Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood, Cavatina is home to award-winning chef James Beard Michael Schlow’s first West Coast business. The cuisine showcases local Californian produce through simple yet bold tasting dishes with creative presentations and seasonal ingredients prepared by Executive Chef Chris Turano. The restaurant epitomizes the laid-back, relaxed vibe and atmosphere of Sunset Marquis and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. One of their popular new seafood dishes is the shrimp carpaccio made with the lardo melted to perfection on crostini. The raw spotted shrimp are quickly marinated in yuzu juice, togarashi and olive oil, then placed on the crostini and topped with toasted pine nuts, basil, sea salt and olive oil. olive.

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(credit: Greg Elkin)

Oliver’s first

8462 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, California 90069
(323) 491-9003
www.aoliversprimedress.com

The award-winning and highly regarded steakhouse offers not only premium cuts of steak, but also delicious specialty dishes such as miso salmon, served with baby bok choy, Chinese long beans, mushrooms, microgreens. greens, as well as tasty entrees to complement, like their ever popular lobster caprese. All dishes were created by their Executive Chef Greg Elkin, drawing on his experience with a multitude of regional and international cuisines.


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