The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Picky diners, or those with a hankering for something off-menu are in luck. The kitchen is well-versed at heeding substitution requests and preparation suggestions.
What to Drink: The wine list is adequate but those with special bottles may consider bringing their own bottle and paying the $20 corkage fee.
Parking: Utilize the $5 valet to bypass the near-impossible search for street parking.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Proprietor Alessandro Uzielli (Henry Ford II's grandson) shook things up when he purchased the restaurant in 2003. A celebrity favorite since it opened in 1966, the Italian eatery has maintained its intimate atmosphere with roomy leatherâ¦
Appalling Experience with La Dolce Vita
By boblerch at Gayot
I suffered an inexcusable experience with La Dolce Vita. I made a reservation almost 2 months in advance (52 days to be exact) to secure a dinner f... Read More
Reply to boblerch
By Admin at Gayot
Thank you for your review, boblerch. It's unfortunate that your experience was not better. You might find OpenTable.com helpful with future dinner ... Read More
By Elizabeth G at Insider Pages
A friend from CAA took me to LA Dolce for lunch. It was really a great experience. I love that "the girls" go there to have teas and that it is a... Read More