The Low Down
Where to Sit: The enclosed patio in the back is a quiet, well-apportioned place to have a meal away from the bustle of the bar and main dining room. The bar was also remodeled after the fire, and makes a cheerful place to eat if you're dining alone.
The Extras: Given the pleasant ambiance and the popularity of Italian food, the private banquet rooms upstairs are a good way to impress for both business and family events.
Parking: The restaurant offers valet service for a modest charge, but with a little patience you can often find free street parking along La Brea.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Now that Ca' Brea has reached middle-age (it opened in 1990, but that's already a lifetime for most restaurants in L.A.), its reputation as a hot-spot has comfortably evolved into that of a reliable old favorite. The clientele is diverse,â¦
Great Northern Italian Food.
By Irene B at Insider Pages
Cozy neighborhood restaurant - great food, good service, and a great atmosphere. Terrific place to go for a first date or for intimate conversatio... Read More
By Lauryl O at Insider Pages
This a neighborhood gem. Great place to go for good Northern Italian food. What I love best about the restaurant are the waiters who make you feel... Read More
By Shireen R at Insider Pages
This restaurant has been around for many years so it has withstood the test of time. They serve authentic Italian dishes. The service is very goo... Read More
By Katherine S at Insider Pages
A good place to eat, filling at decent prices. Not too fancy, not too cheap, perfect for an easy eat-out. Atmosphere was comfortable and laid back,... Read More
It's a little dark in this restaurant and I probably orde...
By GraceSong at Menuism
It's a little dark in this restaurant and I probably ordered the wrong thing on the menu when I went, but... Read More