Bottega Louie Restaurant And Gourmet Market

★★★★★
Innovative Eatery Specializing in Italian Classics & Napolitano Pizza
  • 700 S. Grand Avenue

    Los Angeles, CA 90017

    Cross street: 7th Street

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  • 213-802-1470

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People love this place. I mean LOVE it. There's always a line out the door and waiting time. You can't make reservations either. I've had food poisoning from a sald here. I won't go again. I stick to the pastries now and that seems fine.

3
★★★★★

People love this place. I mean LOVE it. There's always a line out the door and waiting time. You can't make reservations either. I've had food poisoning from a sald here. I won't go again. I stick to the pastries now and that seems fine.

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I once bought a couple boxes of their macarons- in almost every flavor. It was the most I've ever spent on cookies. They're good, but I advise against doing this- the price quickly gets out of hand. The pistachio and earl grey flavors are

3
★★★★★

I once bought a couple boxes of their macarons- in almost every flavor. It was the most I've ever spent on cookies. They're good, but I advise against doing this- the price quickly gets out of hand. The pistachio and earl grey flavors are

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went for family dinner. very loud! impossible to hear the waitress or anyone at my table. had to scream at waitress and my family for them to hear me. and have to ask waitress to repeat her self a million times understand her. will not go back. food was good but not worth it for the environment. will go to club next time I want that kind of environment.

3
★★★☆☆

went for family dinner. very loud! impossible to hear the waitress or anyone at my table. had to scream at waitress and my family for them to hear me. and have to ask waitress to repeat her self a million times understand her. will not go back. food was good but not worth it for the environment. will go to club next time I want that kind of environment.

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went for family dinner. very loud! impossible to hear the waitress or anyone at my table. had to scream at waitress and my family for them to hear me. and have to ask waitress to repeat her self a million times understand her. will not

3
★★★★★

went for family dinner. very loud! impossible to hear the waitress or anyone at my table. had to scream at waitress and my family for them to hear me. and have to ask waitress to repeat her self a million times understand her. will not

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the place is just good. good pizza and a real nice ambience. never much of a wait and a real friendly staff.

3
★★★★★

the place is just good. good pizza and a real nice ambience. never much of a wait and a real friendly staff.

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This place was recommended to us by our hotel but with the heads-up that it was a little loud. We thought - that's ok, how loud can it be? This place is SO. LOUD. Once inside we went to put in our name for a reservation. I literally stood

3
★★★★★

This place was recommended to us by our hotel but with the heads-up that it was a little loud. We thought - that's ok, how loud can it be? This place is SO. LOUD. Once inside we went to put in our name for a reservation. I literally stood

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I brought some friends here yesterday and we all became fans. The restaurant looks very good and the service is just amazing. My chicken milanese was above average but my red velvet cupcake was amazing. All my friends seemed to like

3
★★★★★

I brought some friends here yesterday and we all became fans. The restaurant looks very good and the service is just amazing. My chicken milanese was above average but my red velvet cupcake was amazing. All my friends seemed to like

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The berry creme tort is light, creamy, and perfect for a sweet but not heavy dessert.

3
★★★★★

The berry creme tort is light, creamy, and perfect for a sweet but not heavy dessert.

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I went to Bottega for dinner. The service is top notch without a flaw. But as for the food? I had the lamb, which was perfect in size (4oz) for $11. My daughter had the pizza. I also had the Caesar.

The atmosphere is high energy and

3
★★★★★

I went to Bottega for dinner. The service is top notch without a flaw. But as for the food? I had the lamb, which was perfect in size (4oz) for $11. My daughter had the pizza. I also had the Caesar.

The atmosphere is high energy and

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I stopped in at Bottega Louie for dinner with girlfriends on Sunday evening. The place was full, but we were seated quickly. Our server was attentive and friendly. \r
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The dinner items vary - entrees, small plates, meats,

3
★★★★★

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I stopped in at Bottega Louie for dinner with girlfriends on Sunday evening. The place was full, but we were seated quickly. Our server was attentive and friendly. \r
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The dinner items vary - entrees, small plates, meats,

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really great market! very fresh, if you want to eat there try their sandwich , it s exceptionaly delicious. five stars for this place, the desserts are amazing.

2
★★★★★

really great market! very fresh, if you want to eat there try their sandwich , it s exceptionaly delicious. five stars for this place, the desserts are amazing.

Pros: i love their goumet market

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Ronnielee
I think your ego proceeds your palate...
And your desire to know NY food.
I was born and raised! What's your credentials?

Oh and by the way...
Megan Fox! Exactly like Megan Fox! I can see why you used that as an example!

2
★★★★☆

Ronnielee
I think your ego proceeds your palate...
And your desire to know NY food.
I was born and raised! What's your credentials?

Oh and by the way...
Megan Fox! Exactly like Megan Fox! I can see why you used that as an example!

Pros: Ambiance, food, crowd, service

Cons: Downtown

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This place has finally given downtown LA hope. It's immaculate in all aspects of it's interior design. It's clean, crisp and fresh. The food is delicious, but the service and atmosphere even better. It's our new regular for Sunday brunches. Who could ask for a better place to enjoy Sundays with friends!!! Highly recommended!

2
★★★★★

This place has finally given downtown LA hope. It's immaculate in all aspects of it's interior design. It's clean, crisp and fresh. The food is delicious, but the service and atmosphere even better. It's our new regular for Sunday brunches. Who could ask for a better place to enjoy Sundays with friends!!! Highly recommended!

Pros: Atmosphere

Cons: Nada

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Sunday morning means one thing- brunch! Time to soak up all that alcohol from the past 3 days. The best way to do that is to head to Bottega Louie for their lemon ricotta pancakes. This Italian restaurant serves up delicious dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and their brunch is one of the best around. There?s so much yumminess to be had here that it?s kind of hard to decide what to get, but if you only order one thing you should make it the Portobello fries! Best of all, while you nosh away, you can marvel at the absolute stunning design of the restaurant. If you don?t live near DTLA, this one is definitely worth the trip.

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★★★★★

Sunday morning means one thing- brunch! Time to soak up all that alcohol from the past 3 days. The best way to do that is to head to Bottega Louie for their lemon ricotta pancakes. This Italian restaurant serves up delicious dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and their brunch is one of the best around. There?s so much yumminess to be had here that it?s kind of hard to decide what to get, but if you only order one thing you should make it the Portobello fries! Best of all, while you nosh away, you can marvel at the absolute stunning design of the restaurant. If you don?t live near DTLA, this one is definitely worth the trip.

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Great Scott, the white walls and sumptuous decor had me at bonjourno.

2
★★★★★

Great Scott, the white walls and sumptuous decor had me at bonjourno.

Pros: Pastas

Cons: Can be loud

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First Impression: The wait staff and hostesses are all supermodels and hunky superstar lacrosse players/part-time Abercrombie models. There was a manager guy in a suit that looked like he stepped off the page of a Hugo Boss ad. THE CHEEKBONES ON THIS MAN. The staff was so good looking my lunchmate and I barely spoke to each other because we were busy staring around in awe and feeling super under dressed.

Lunchmate: Dude Bobby is looking really good.
Me: Bobby? How do you know his name? Is he wearing a name tag?
Lunchmate: No, he just looks like a Bobby.
Me: Yea, he's got those veins on his forearms.
Lunchmate: Yea he's making me feel anxious.

We eat in silence.

Me: Do you realize we haven't said more than ten words to each other because you've been staring at Bobby.
Lunchmate (pretending to be Bobby, grabbing his shirt close to him and gesturing to reach over): Excuse my pecs, I'd like to grab your plate.
Me: You want Bobby to grab something else, I suspect.

End Scene.

But seriously, let's get down to brass tacks here folks.

1.The service was reeediculously attentive, to the point that if I even moved my face towards a server and parted my lips slightly, they were there before I could even utter a phrase.

2. The food. It was good. I had the lentil soup which is vegan and the Pizza (which was not- SHHHH! I SINNNED!) But only b/c it had cheese. The crust is kosh. The lentil soup woulda done me, it was so hearty and full of finely chopped veggies, mushrooms, delightful. The pizza was like, woah, this is GOOD GOOD.

3. The atmosphere. I felt like I had been transported to a chic european restaurant, the lines are clean, minimal, airy with just the right amount of Rococo accents. It would be an amazing place to have a bridal luncheon or the like.

4. The price. One would think that there would be a premium on service, sexiness and superior sustenance, but you'd be wrong. The prices were reasonable and then some. This is some place you take your Mom for a lovely lunch. It's that good, bring your Mom here.

Bobby, I'll be back.

2
★★★★★

First Impression: The wait staff and hostesses are all supermodels and hunky superstar lacrosse players/part-time Abercrombie models. There was a manager guy in a suit that looked like he stepped off the page of a Hugo Boss ad. THE CHEEKBONES ON THIS MAN. The staff was so good looking my lunchmate and I barely spoke to each other because we were busy staring around in awe and feeling super under dressed.

Lunchmate: Dude Bobby is looking really good.
Me: Bobby? How do you know his name? Is he wearing a name tag?
Lunchmate: No, he just looks like a Bobby.
Me: Yea, he's got those veins on his forearms.
Lunchmate: Yea he's making me feel anxious.

We eat in silence.

Me: Do you realize we haven't said more than ten words to each other because you've been staring at Bobby.
Lunchmate (pretending to be Bobby, grabbing his shirt close to him and gesturing to reach over): Excuse my pecs, I'd like to grab your plate.
Me: You want Bobby to grab something else, I suspect.

End Scene.

But seriously, let's get down to brass tacks here folks.

1.The service was reeediculously attentive, to the point that if I even moved my face towards a server and parted my lips slightly, they were there before I could even utter a phrase.

2. The food. It was good. I had the lentil soup which is vegan and the Pizza (which was not- SHHHH! I SINNNED!) But only b/c it had cheese. The crust is kosh. The lentil soup woulda done me, it was so hearty and full of finely chopped veggies, mushrooms, delightful. The pizza was like, woah, this is GOOD GOOD.

3. The atmosphere. I felt like I had been transported to a chic european restaurant, the lines are clean, minimal, airy with just the right amount of Rococo accents. It would be an amazing place to have a bridal luncheon or the like.

4. The price. One would think that there would be a premium on service, sexiness and superior sustenance, but you'd be wrong. The prices were reasonable and then some. This is some place you take your Mom for a lovely lunch. It's that good, bring your Mom here.

Bobby, I'll be back.

Pros: fun atmosphere, hot waitstaff, good food

Cons: loud, wait can be long

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It's so... pretty.

The food is cheap but pedestrian and mediocre.. Much like Joan's on 3rd, BL exists on smoke and mirrors. It's cute and elegant enough to give unsuspecting LAers a 'downtown NY' experience and then bamboozle you into Cheesecake Factory quality food.

We ordered a couple dishes to share. Decided to split a pizza into two flavors - Bianco and Clam. Both were really really heavy on garlic. The Bianco was rather 'milky' tasting possibly from the overload of ricotta and mozzarella. The arugula on top was kinda odd and unnecessary. The clam was meh. Kind of chewy.

We also got a side of marinated shrimp which was a throwaway order but ironically the best thing we had all night. It was light and refreshing in contrast to all the oily fried food we ordered.

Speaking of fried foods, the portobello fries that everyone raves over? Tell me it's interesting after the first two. I dare you. Yea. It's fried mushrooms. Go get that shit and your local hamburger hut. The novelty was there...... for 3 seconds.

And the chocolate souffle and calamari we ordered? Not even worth mentioning. In a blind taste test, I wouldn't be able to separate Bottega Louie's food from Olive Garden.

If you have a horrible palate but want to "feel" like you're in a chic New York hot spot for a night, come to BL. If you ignore the surroundings outside BL, the lack of bustling crowds and energy on the streets, the bums, and the low rent food, it's EXACTLY like NY.

....and I'm really Megan Fox.

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★★★☆☆

It's so... pretty.

The food is cheap but pedestrian and mediocre.. Much like Joan's on 3rd, BL exists on smoke and mirrors. It's cute and elegant enough to give unsuspecting LAers a 'downtown NY' experience and then bamboozle you into Cheesecake Factory quality food.

We ordered a couple dishes to share. Decided to split a pizza into two flavors - Bianco and Clam. Both were really really heavy on garlic. The Bianco was rather 'milky' tasting possibly from the overload of ricotta and mozzarella. The arugula on top was kinda odd and unnecessary. The clam was meh. Kind of chewy.

We also got a side of marinated shrimp which was a throwaway order but ironically the best thing we had all night. It was light and refreshing in contrast to all the oily fried food we ordered.

Speaking of fried foods, the portobello fries that everyone raves over? Tell me it's interesting after the first two. I dare you. Yea. It's fried mushrooms. Go get that shit and your local hamburger hut. The novelty was there...... for 3 seconds.

And the chocolate souffle and calamari we ordered? Not even worth mentioning. In a blind taste test, I wouldn't be able to separate Bottega Louie's food from Olive Garden.

If you have a horrible palate but want to "feel" like you're in a chic New York hot spot for a night, come to BL. If you ignore the surroundings outside BL, the lack of bustling crowds and energy on the streets, the bums, and the low rent food, it's EXACTLY like NY.

....and I'm really Megan Fox.

Pros: It's pretty.

Cons: Crowded. Bland. Mediocre.

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I've been for many an evening meal (side note -- you MUST get the Portobello Fries), but never brunch... until last Sunday. It hits the same strides as lunch and dinner -- fantastic menu options, great server-to-patron ratio and excellent service and food. Go for the Farmers Market Breakfast and try a side of the berries with honey yogurt. The fresh juices make a great combo, and the on-the-house bread and jam while you wait is delicious. It's as busy and loud as any other time, but if you're a downtown resident you can't be but happy to see the place flourish.

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★★★★★

I've been for many an evening meal (side note -- you MUST get the Portobello Fries), but never brunch... until last Sunday. It hits the same strides as lunch and dinner -- fantastic menu options, great server-to-patron ratio and excellent service and food. Go for the Farmers Market Breakfast and try a side of the berries with honey yogurt. The fresh juices make a great combo, and the on-the-house bread and jam while you wait is delicious. It's as busy and loud as any other time, but if you're a downtown resident you can't be but happy to see the place flourish.

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This isnt your typical italian restaurant! I came here for dinner on my birthday. My only complaint is that they dont take reservations and we ended up eating in the bar area bc the wait was waaay too long.

The food was good and not overpriced! They also dont have a corking fee so bring a nice bottle and enjoy! You have to try the portabello fries here!

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★★★☆☆

This isnt your typical italian restaurant! I came here for dinner on my birthday. My only complaint is that they dont take reservations and we ended up eating in the bar area bc the wait was waaay too long.

The food was good and not overpriced! They also dont have a corking fee so bring a nice bottle and enjoy! You have to try the portabello fries here!

Pros: Beautiful Restaurant, good food

Cons: No reservations, Noisy, Long Wait

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Ordered from the weekend breakfast menu. A friend ordered the farmers market breakfast - plated beautifully and apparently quite good, but not what you might expect considering the beets and shitake mushrooms. Also ordered the grilled bacon....indeed a very thick cut, a little too fatty for my tastes, actually prefer them thin and crispy. For my meal, I simply ordered a side of Italian sausage and potato pancakes which came with creme fraiche and apple sauce. The sausage was nicely grilled and seasonsed. The potato pancakes came in a pair, were thick and surprisingly not greasy at all! The best however was the freshly prepared apple juice...literally tasted like biting into a juicy apple. Highly recommend it. I'll have to report back on the lunch and dinner menu.

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★★★★☆

Ordered from the weekend breakfast menu. A friend ordered the farmers market breakfast - plated beautifully and apparently quite good, but not what you might expect considering the beets and shitake mushrooms. Also ordered the grilled bacon....indeed a very thick cut, a little too fatty for my tastes, actually prefer them thin and crispy. For my meal, I simply ordered a side of Italian sausage and potato pancakes which came with creme fraiche and apple sauce. The sausage was nicely grilled and seasonsed. The potato pancakes came in a pair, were thick and surprisingly not greasy at all! The best however was the freshly prepared apple juice...literally tasted like biting into a juicy apple. Highly recommend it. I'll have to report back on the lunch and dinner menu.

Pros: Fresh Apple Juice, Italian Sausage, Potato Pancakes

Cons: Parking downtown

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Resplendent in white, this is my favorite all around dwntwn experience. Feels like SoHo in NYC. Insanely high ceilings and everything is awash in white and gold.

Entrees are pretty decent but it is the desert that is to die for. Get the peanut butter and chocolate cake. You will swoon. Decent cheese plate as well for only $15.

2
★★★★☆

Resplendent in white, this is my favorite all around dwntwn experience. Feels like SoHo in NYC. Insanely high ceilings and everything is awash in white and gold.

Entrees are pretty decent but it is the desert that is to die for. Get the peanut butter and chocolate cake. You will swoon. Decent cheese plate as well for only $15.

Pros: Amazing space with high ceilings

Cons: Lack of free parking

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Like this place, cool ideas and changes to traditional Italian...

2
★★★★☆

Like this place, cool ideas and changes to traditional Italian...

Pros: Interesting Take on Italian

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Heard about this place from everyone at Citysearch the last few months, tried it out tonight before going to see Arias with a Twist at the Red Cat (fantastic, too!). Massive room with high ceilings and all white minimalist decor, rest of seating etc looks like an italian cafe style. Food is yummy... we tried the pizza, the chicken milanese, the arugula salad, the the mussels. Everything was fast and great. We could not get a table in the main room for 20 min which we could not spare, so we ate in the bar area which felt about the same as the other room. The high ceilings and hard surfaces make this place LOUD, but somehow it was tolerable. Since i don't have other favorites near the Disney Music Hall area, this has just become the default pre theatre dinner spot.

2
★★★★☆

Heard about this place from everyone at Citysearch the last few months, tried it out tonight before going to see Arias with a Twist at the Red Cat (fantastic, too!). Massive room with high ceilings and all white minimalist decor, rest of seating etc looks like an italian cafe style. Food is yummy... we tried the pizza, the chicken milanese, the arugula salad, the the mussels. Everything was fast and great. We could not get a table in the main room for 20 min which we could not spare, so we ate in the bar area which felt about the same as the other room. The high ceilings and hard surfaces make this place LOUD, but somehow it was tolerable. Since i don't have other favorites near the Disney Music Hall area, this has just become the default pre theatre dinner spot.

Pros: Cool open space, yummy food

Cons: No reservations, noisy

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LA's most ridiculous dining experience. Pretending to be New York and looking silly at it! NO BUZZ just NOISE! A beautiful space with great looking food that may as well be catfood because you can't sit and enjoy it unless you are a 20 year old air head! So noisey that you can't hold a conversation, can't hear the waitress and can't hear yourself think let alone put down a plate of food. The help looks like they are in pain overcoming working in the noise. Too bad because the food is beautifully prepared. You also have to FIND help and ASK for service at the takeout counter. Not a great location either unless you like street urchins. IF I never go back I will not be missing a thing- except a head ache and indigestion, wishing I could enjoy their beautiful plate of food.

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★☆☆☆☆

LA's most ridiculous dining experience. Pretending to be New York and looking silly at it! NO BUZZ just NOISE! A beautiful space with great looking food that may as well be catfood because you can't sit and enjoy it unless you are a 20 year old air head! So noisey that you can't hold a conversation, can't hear the waitress and can't hear yourself think let alone put down a plate of food. The help looks like they are in pain overcoming working in the noise. Too bad because the food is beautifully prepared. You also have to FIND help and ASK for service at the takeout counter. Not a great location either unless you like street urchins. IF I never go back I will not be missing a thing- except a head ache and indigestion, wishing I could enjoy their beautiful plate of food.

Pros: Great looking food

Cons: TOO NOISEY!!!

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I've been for many an evening meal (side note -- you MUST get the Portobello Fries), but never brunch... until last Sunday. It hits the same strides as lunch and dinner -- fantastic menu options, great server-to-patron ratio and excellent service and food. Go for the Farmers Market Breakfast and try a side of the berries with honey yogurt. The fresh juices make a great combo, and the on-the-house bread and jam while you wait is delicious. It's as busy and loud as any other time, but if you're a downtown resident you can't be but happy to see the place flourish.

2
★★★★☆

I've been for many an evening meal (side note -- you MUST get the Portobello Fries), but never brunch... until last Sunday. It hits the same strides as lunch and dinner -- fantastic menu options, great server-to-patron ratio and excellent service and food. Go for the Farmers Market Breakfast and try a side of the berries with honey yogurt. The fresh juices make a great combo, and the on-the-house bread and jam while you wait is delicious. It's as busy and loud as any other time, but if you're a downtown resident you can't be but happy to see the place flourish.

Pros: Farmers Market Breakfast; Honey Yogurt

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I love this place. The pizza is great. The assorted sandwiches at brunch are amazing. The coffee is pretty damned good. The bread is fantastic. And the prices are SO GOOD.

Plus, they're incredibly flirty. So you get to feel really attractive.

2
★★★★★

I love this place. The pizza is great. The assorted sandwiches at brunch are amazing. The coffee is pretty damned good. The bread is fantastic. And the prices are SO GOOD.

Plus, they're incredibly flirty. So you get to feel really attractive.

Pros: 10 food for 6 prices

Cons: LOUD! I CAN'T HEAR YOU, WHAT DID YOU SAY? I SAID IT'S LOUD!

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Great space - high ceilings - this is how I imagine Prague - I felt like I was in another country - big room, lots of people, open kitchen, bakery off to the side - great for breakfast, lunch or dinner - I bet the people living in the area (or working) come here all the time.. we live in Santa Monica and we have made the drive in a few times ourselves - and that says something when you are willing to drive in to the belly of LA just to grab a bite to eat.... well worth it...

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★★★★☆

Great space - high ceilings - this is how I imagine Prague - I felt like I was in another country - big room, lots of people, open kitchen, bakery off to the side - great for breakfast, lunch or dinner - I bet the people living in the area (or working) come here all the time.. we live in Santa Monica and we have made the drive in a few times ourselves - and that says something when you are willing to drive in to the belly of LA just to grab a bite to eat.... well worth it...

Pros: location, interior, food, staff, scene

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Entering the space, I walked through the bakery, take-out portion of the huge space. Immediately I felt the weight of the spectacular downtown lofty ceilings. I was accosted by the wafting smells of pizza set against the classic, yet modern incarnation of the brick pizza ovens (in this case white brick). My first thought and last was I wished I lived nearby as this is the kind of place you would like to call yourself a regular for brunch with the sunday times.

Dinner was good, certain dishes verged on great and the experience was excellent for the price (3-4 courses with wine ended up coming out to $50/person) .

First the musts- the portabello fries. If you order one thing, make sure you don't miss out on these scrumptious, well seasoned, though still healthy (c'mon let me pretend, they are mushrooms after all!) small plate. The regular old potato fries were excellent as well, coated with perfect dusting of salt and crunch. The pizza, eggplant parm, branzino and beet salad where also quite good.

The chicken hero and calamari small plate were below average.

We enjoyed the assortment of macarons for dessert- my favorite was the chocolate passionate fruit, but all were good depending on your preference.

All in all good, service, nice atmosphere, appropriate but not overwhelming number of downtown hipsters and good food with a few occasional misses.

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★★★☆☆

Entering the space, I walked through the bakery, take-out portion of the huge space. Immediately I felt the weight of the spectacular downtown lofty ceilings. I was accosted by the wafting smells of pizza set against the classic, yet modern incarnation of the brick pizza ovens (in this case white brick). My first thought and last was I wished I lived nearby as this is the kind of place you would like to call yourself a regular for brunch with the sunday times.

Dinner was good, certain dishes verged on great and the experience was excellent for the price (3-4 courses with wine ended up coming out to $50/person) .

First the musts- the portabello fries. If you order one thing, make sure you don't miss out on these scrumptious, well seasoned, though still healthy (c'mon let me pretend, they are mushrooms after all!) small plate. The regular old potato fries were excellent as well, coated with perfect dusting of salt and crunch. The pizza, eggplant parm, branzino and beet salad where also quite good.

The chicken hero and calamari small plate were below average.

We enjoyed the assortment of macarons for dessert- my favorite was the chocolate passionate fruit, but all were good depending on your preference.

All in all good, service, nice atmosphere, appropriate but not overwhelming number of downtown hipsters and good food with a few occasional misses.

Pros: portabello fries, thin crust pizza, great value

Cons: loud

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..................this is a true dining expierience! everything is so worth it, is not just good food, it is an expierience for the palate....the wait was so worth it...splurge , and order up , portabello fries, great steaks ,desserts,, its ALL so yummy......beautiful people without the ugly hollywood cheese factor .WAY TO GO DOWNTOWN ! and thanks Bottega Louie for a great expierience !

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★★★★★

..................this is a true dining expierience! everything is so worth it, is not just good food, it is an expierience for the palate....the wait was so worth it...splurge , and order up , portabello fries, great steaks ,desserts,, its ALL so yummy......beautiful people without the ugly hollywood cheese factor .WAY TO GO DOWNTOWN ! and thanks Bottega Louie for a great expierience !

Pros: food

Cons: the wait

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This a great place for an afternoon lunch with girlfriends. They have a great selection of gourmet sandwiches. Loved It ! definitely will be going there again. However finding a parking spot on the street was a real problem in downtown.

Overall, I reccomend it for the food and the wine. They also some great stuff for pick up !

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★★★★☆

This a great place for an afternoon lunch with girlfriends. They have a great selection of gourmet sandwiches. Loved It ! definitely will be going there again. However finding a parking spot on the street was a real problem in downtown.

Overall, I reccomend it for the food and the wine. They also some great stuff for pick up !

Pros: Great quality

Cons: parking is a problem

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Very impressive space and yet it's casual. Some very nice decorative flourishes, but best of all is the food. Their pasta is very, very good, and their pizza is the only "real" pizza Downtown. Now if they could just deliver...

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★★★★★

Very impressive space and yet it's casual. Some very nice decorative flourishes, but best of all is the food. Their pasta is very, very good, and their pizza is the only "real" pizza Downtown. Now if they could just deliver...

Pros: Best pizza

Cons: They don't deliver ;)

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Really enjoyed myself. I am was referred by a client and I am so happy I went. I will be bak many , many times.

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★★★★★

Really enjoyed myself. I am was referred by a client and I am so happy I went. I will be bak many , many times.

Pros: Food & Service

Cons: Nothing

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Im surprised there are not more reviews about this downtown jewel. This place is amazing. Its basically one huge, HUGE room. No real interior walls. There is a semi-bakery, small bar area, kitchen area, and pizza oven area - all are exposed so you can see everything. The restaurant is amazingly clean and service is wonderful. I went on a Wednesday night and it was packed but I did not have to wait for a table. Food is great and very reasonably priced. I will definitely go back!

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★★★★★

Im surprised there are not more reviews about this downtown jewel. This place is amazing. Its basically one huge, HUGE room. No real interior walls. There is a semi-bakery, small bar area, kitchen area, and pizza oven area - all are exposed so you can see everything. The restaurant is amazingly clean and service is wonderful. I went on a Wednesday night and it was packed but I did not have to wait for a table. Food is great and very reasonably priced. I will definitely go back!

Pros: Food, Atmosphere, Service

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This is a great addition to downtown!! The food is delicious and the staff is wonderful! Try the lasagne or the petit sandwiches that surprisingly fill you up. The desserts are to die for as well. Everything is great about this place. Go and enjoy, you will not regret it!!

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★★★★★

This is a great addition to downtown!! The food is delicious and the staff is wonderful! Try the lasagne or the petit sandwiches that surprisingly fill you up. The desserts are to die for as well. Everything is great about this place. Go and enjoy, you will not regret it!!

Pros: Food, ambience, staff

Cons: None!

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OMG, this place is like walking into heaven. I swear! It is downright beautiful, gorgeous, stunning, palatial, breathtaking, and de-lish!

I love that the pizza oven is the focal point of the restaurant. I love the open concept of the kitchen, I LOVE the staff. I seriously cannot say enough about this place.

You can either have a casual experience where you sit in the market/cafe area or you can wine and dine in the restaurant dinning area for a hot date. Trust me, bring anyone here and they will be wowed.

Last but not least, I just adore the boxes for the baked goods and the gold cups that the cupcakes are in. Seriously, everything is just down to the detail.

Enjoy!!!!

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★★★★★

OMG, this place is like walking into heaven. I swear! It is downright beautiful, gorgeous, stunning, palatial, breathtaking, and de-lish!

I love that the pizza oven is the focal point of the restaurant. I love the open concept of the kitchen, I LOVE the staff. I seriously cannot say enough about this place.

You can either have a casual experience where you sit in the market/cafe area or you can wine and dine in the restaurant dinning area for a hot date. Trust me, bring anyone here and they will be wowed.

Last but not least, I just adore the boxes for the baked goods and the gold cups that the cupcakes are in. Seriously, everything is just down to the detail.

Enjoy!!!!

Pros: ambience, great food, good prices

Cons: No cons

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Bottega Louie is a semi-classy dining establishment that features American and Italian cuisine. The restaurants dining room features high vaulted cei...

 

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