The Low Down
The Extras: Patrons without reservations may be lucky enough to grab a seat at the bustling raw bar, which offers the full menu.
What to Drink: The impressive cocktail program offers a great list designed by professional mixologists from New York's famed speakeasy Milk and Honey. Nostalgic concoctions feature classics like the Rumble, a mix of rum, lemon and blackberries. There's also 20 by-the-glass selections, with an emphasis on Rhone blends. Corkage is $25.
Know Before You Go: Diners should be sure to confirm reservations--unreturned confirmation calls will result in a cancellation.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Comme ca on trendy Melrose Avenue is chef David Myers' triumphant take on the traditional brasserie. The interior is all black and white tones, with a library behind the bar, shelves with white dishes and pots, and a black wall withâ¦
Place is beautiful, but kind of weirdly empty....
By redcat9 at Menuism
Place is beautiful, but kind of weirdly empty. (1) The Comme Ãa Burger: It's a very good burger, and the... Read More
Rich, delicious food in the trendy Melrose area
By Stewart P at Insider Pages
Comme Ca is a trendy, sleek and chic restaurant located on the cool & hip Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood. Unless you know the location, you could... Read More
Like This, Like That, Like Bleh
By mh2mh at Menuism
I'm officially done with Comme Ca. I didn't like dinner there, my first visit, but read several good... Read More
good food, but noisy
By serena at Gayot
The food was very good, the atmosphere was just OK. It was very noisy and crowded, and there were about 5 managers/assistant managers/sommelie... Read More