The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Flamenco shows take place at 8pm, Wednesday through Sunday. A fixed price of $29.95 includes dinner. Don't plan on dining during club nights--the kitchen is often closed.
When to Go: Every Sunday, the restaurant offers a jazz brunch from 11am to 4pm. Dining prices are a la carte.
Parking: Valet parking is available in front of the club on Sunset, but you can also opt to try and scope out a spot further down the street.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The El Cid structure was built in 1900 by D.W. Griffith and used to screen "Birth of a Nation." In 1950, the space was converted into a cabaret. The restaurant opened in 1961 as a replica of a sixteenth-century Spanish tavern. Since then,â¦
By dang171213520 at Citysearch
I like coming here to see bands play and they have a nice intimate setting for that. The bartenders are good and the atmosphere of the place is lik... Read More
Horrible drinks & food
By Quantum1 at Citysearch
Went twiceâ¦ once for the so-called "Indie Film Night" & once for the "Web TV" night. The food and drinks were disgusting. Also, the rather arr... Read More
Disappointment with Flamenco Traditional Show
By Dancers at Citysearch
August 17, 2011 Open Letter to El Cid Management: In Los Angeles there is a wonderful historic and cultural landmark visited by thousands of peop... Read More
El Cid Restaurant
By ickovics at Citysearch
Just went to El Cids. Do yourself a favor and spend your money someplace else. For diner go to Norms or In and Out, much better food and the serv... Read More
Terrible service & terrible food!!!
By sandy beaches at Citysearch
This was my first time here, we had reservations for the second show and we were told to get there 45 minutes prior to our reservation time. So we ... Read More