Best Places To Eat On Robertson Blvd.

Best Places To Eat On Robertson Blvd.


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One can work up a serious appetite after a long day of shopping on Robertson Blvd. Let’s Face it, it is not easy toting around shopping bags from the best designers in the world like Tory Burch, Ted Baker, Alice + Olivia, and Rebecca Taylor. Lucky for you, this trendsetting area has some great spots to rest and refuel. So, whether you are looking for a proper meal or some light fare, here are some restaurants you won’t want to miss. 


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Cuvee Restaurant
145 N Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 271-4333

The perfect lunch spot for dining outside with friends, Cuvee is on point with the vibe of Robertson Blvd serving up salads, paninis and wraps. The ingredients are fresh, and there is a nice selection of cold items inside the deli case as well. In addition to lunch and brunch fare, Cuvee offers up a delicious dinner menu with great options. The menu also features many specials on a daily basis. Try ordering a few of their signature appetizers to split amongst friends or stick with the seared ahi tuna sandwich with sprouts and ginger soy on toasted bread. Don’t forget their extensive wine and beer menu as well!

 Chaya Brasserie)

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Chaya Brasserie
8741 Alden Dr (S Robertson Blvd)
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 859-8833

For a more upscale dining experience, try Chaya Brasserie. From the creators of “La Nouvelle Cuisine Franco-Japanese”, everything from the atmosphere to flavor will have you coming back for more. Whether you are in the mood for sushi, salads, or sandwiches, Chaya Brasserie has selections that will appeal to even the toughest foodie critics. The Le Petite Menu at happy hour is wonderful with libations and small bites available in the bar, lounge and patio area. 

 Duplex On Third)

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Duplex on Third
8722 W 3rd Street (S Robertson Blvd)
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 276-6223

A modern twist on this classic early 1900s residential duplex sets this restaurant apart from others in the area. With two-stories and an expansive al fresco patio, diners will never have the same experience twice. Regardless if you are in the mood for lunch, brunch or dinner, Duplex on Third is a must-try. Not sure what to try? Here’s a suggestion: the branzino with artichoke-bell pepper-olive-tomato ragout and rosemary new potatoes in a preserved lemon sauce. 

 The Ivy)

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The Ivy 
113 N Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 274-8303

There was a time when all eyes were firmly planted on The Ivy. Once made famous by superstar celebrity couples hoping to get their pictures snapped by the paparazzi before announcing their very public break-ups, The Ivy is still the place to go for crab cakes and butterscotch sundaes. The celebrity attraction may have subsided, but beyond the restaurant’s white picket fence, is a cozy floral dining room area where ladies who lunch and families who brunch have lovely afternoons. 

 Newsroom Cafe)

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Newsroom Cafe
120 N Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 652-4444

Newsroom Cafe is the place on Robertson Blvd for healthy bites and casual cuisine. Breakfast is served all day, and there are plenty of the items on the menu for everyone to enjoy. It is never overly crowded and they validate! Be sure to take advantage of their outside dining because that is where the best people watching happens. What to order? The Wild Mushroom Psycho Ravioli and the Lean Mean Caesar. 

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