Vinoteca Farfalla

★★★★☆
  • 1968 Hillhurst Ave

    Los Angeles, CA 90027

    Map & Directions
  • 323-661-8070

About Vinoteca Farfalla

Hours
Thu: 4:30pm-12am, Sun: 4:30pm-12am, Fri-Sat: 4:30pm-12am, 4:30pm-1am

Food

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I had the worst experience at the bar. They sold me a bottle of wine at $28.0 and I found that the same bottle is being sold at $11.0 after I got home. I called to ask if I could returned the the bottles and got a nasty lecture of how

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★★★★★

I had the worst experience at the bar. They sold me a bottle of wine at $28.0 and I found that the same bottle is being sold at $11.0 after I got home. I called to ask if I could returned the the bottles and got a nasty lecture of how

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I'm really sad.

Me being a Westside girl. You being.....god knows where. I know my chances of coming back to you is slim to none. I mean, Los Feliz? You might as well be in China. Vinoteca will soon fade away as a pleasant memory as that passionate one time fling in Tijuana.

I will miss your oaky, sophisticated interior. The vast selection of beers and wine on tap! The cool blast of AC that welcomed me as I trekked down that (god awful) hill from the Greek Theatre.

I'm jealous of your other lovers that will get to enjoy your awesome 4-7 happy hour specials. Wines and beer from 6 bucks? Super heavy pours? Thank you for introducing me to Brachetto. It is now my new favorite wine. And that bread! I'm sorry I had three baskets full :(

Your food? Full of win. We had a feast dining on Ceviche Vinoteca, Jamon Serrano, Fritto Misto Di Pesce, Mushroom Polenta. The ceviche portion was humongous and delicious. The fried calamari was breaded lightly and the shrimp/fish/zucchini really jazzed it up. The mushroom polenta was earthy, well seasoned and light. And the jamon! Simply amazing. Way to not cheapen or cheat your customers as many places do for their "happy hour" specials.

Thank you for letting us kill a couple hours before our show. You were packed but never rushed us. Such a wonderful, chill atmosphere. You and me? Made For Each Other.

Now the question is, when are you moving to the Westside? (Popped collars are optional but recommended.)

2
★★★★☆

I'm really sad.

Me being a Westside girl. You being.....god knows where. I know my chances of coming back to you is slim to none. I mean, Los Feliz? You might as well be in China. Vinoteca will soon fade away as a pleasant memory as that passionate one time fling in Tijuana.

I will miss your oaky, sophisticated interior. The vast selection of beers and wine on tap! The cool blast of AC that welcomed me as I trekked down that (god awful) hill from the Greek Theatre.

I'm jealous of your other lovers that will get to enjoy your awesome 4-7 happy hour specials. Wines and beer from 6 bucks? Super heavy pours? Thank you for introducing me to Brachetto. It is now my new favorite wine. And that bread! I'm sorry I had three baskets full :(

Your food? Full of win. We had a feast dining on Ceviche Vinoteca, Jamon Serrano, Fritto Misto Di Pesce, Mushroom Polenta. The ceviche portion was humongous and delicious. The fried calamari was breaded lightly and the shrimp/fish/zucchini really jazzed it up. The mushroom polenta was earthy, well seasoned and light. And the jamon! Simply amazing. Way to not cheapen or cheat your customers as many places do for their "happy hour" specials.

Thank you for letting us kill a couple hours before our show. You were packed but never rushed us. Such a wonderful, chill atmosphere. You and me? Made For Each Other.

Now the question is, when are you moving to the Westside? (Popped collars are optional but recommended.)

Pros: Great portions. Great prices during HH.

Cons: None.

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Completely overpriced restaurant! These people are taking HUGE margins on their wines by the glass...the only plate I would recommend is the procuitto, but at $18 a plate, you might want to reconsider.
The risottto came lukewarm, and worst of all, we spent over $100 and sat at a bar! Overall, zero value for your money.

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★☆☆☆☆

Completely overpriced restaurant! These people are taking HUGE margins on their wines by the glass...the only plate I would recommend is the procuitto, but at $18 a plate, you might want to reconsider.
The risottto came lukewarm, and worst of all, we spent over $100 and sat at a bar! Overall, zero value for your money.

Pros: Ok Ambience

Cons: Completely overpriced wine list and food, lukewarm food

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been there a handful of times. went during the day, but i wouldn't recommend that. too bright and too much traffic to really thoroughly enjoy the place. go when it's dark and now it's a different story. quaint and can be romantic.

5
★★★★★

been there a handful of times. went during the day, but i wouldn't recommend that. too bright and too much traffic to really thoroughly enjoy the place. go when it's dark and now it's a different story. quaint and can be romantic.

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I love this place. The staff is amazing, friendly and knowledgable. OK, so I might be a bit biased as this has become my local haunt, but the food is great, the wine sublime and the atmosphere fantastic.

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★★★★★

I love this place. The staff is amazing, friendly and knowledgable. OK, so I might be a bit biased as this has become my local haunt, but the food is great, the wine sublime and the atmosphere fantastic.

Pros: staff, wine

Cons: can get crowded

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I went there two days ago. Small place, warm atmosphere, Good service. Great wine selection by the glass. I really enjoyed the risotto served out of a parmigiano wheel, the ceviche appetizer was good too. Reasonable price for food and wine. Will be back soon to try the rest of the menu.

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★★★★★

I went there two days ago. Small place, warm atmosphere, Good service. Great wine selection by the glass. I really enjoyed the risotto served out of a parmigiano wheel, the ceviche appetizer was good too. Reasonable price for food and wine. Will be back soon to try the rest of the menu.

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Enter this narrow space, adjacent to sister restaurant Farfalla, where low lights, dark wood wine racks and chalkboard specials welcome everyone from wine novices to true connoisseurs. The bar offers over 45 wines by the…

 

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