Row 1

6703 Melrose Ave (at Citrus)
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 935-2977
New American
$ $ $ $
Mon–Thu: 6:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri: 6:00 PM–10:30 PM Sat: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Sun: 5:30 PM–9:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Chosen as one of the 10 Best New Restaurants in America in our annual restaurant issue!
  • I visited the old Hatfield's at least half a dozen times, and it wasn't until they opened the new restaurant that I realized how well they cooked. -Jonathan Gold
  • Known for the soup shots at the bar and for stuffing yellowtail into its croque madame.
  • Must Order: If the croque-madame (yellowtail sashimi, prosciutto, quail egg, brioche) were taken off the menu, customers would revolt.
  • The new Hatfield's is a gracious restaurant for grown-ups. No pounding soundtrack. Nothing amateur or awkward. Warm cuttlefish is cut so fine it resembles an Elizabethan ruff.
  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
  • The menu changes often so there are always amazing new sweet & savory dishes. Memorable entrees include lobster club, lamp chop schnitzel & Hatfields Cobb. They also have a fixed price menu.
  • The croque madam is an absolute must. Buttery surprising and delicious
  • croque madame is an ABSOLUTE must-get!!!
  • Please go here. It's so damn good.
  • Head for the bar. The hangtown fry is only served there and it's one of the best things on the menu.
  • There is a reason why it was chosen as one of the 10 Best New Restaurants because each dish is more delicious then the last. Their "Croque Madame" looks amazing and tastes even better.
  • High-Rose cocktail is off the charts delicious. Also, popcorn at the bar. Self-replenishing.
  • Don't miss Karen's desserts. Key lime "pie"... omg.
  • The chef's tasting is in the bottom right hand corner of the menu; blink and you'll miss it. It's served tandem, so bring a date willing to share and you'll taste 14 dishes for the price of 7.
  • Get the fancy Croque Madame - the Madame put on her fanciest attire for this place. The ingredients are fancy is what I'm saying. Plus they filmed Chef here in that open view kitchen!
  • What used to seem quirky, or even stubbornness - the unchanging menu of yellowtail croque madame, smoked potatoes and date-crusted lamb - now reads more like an artistic statement.
  • Try the charred octopus salad, Berkshire pork ravioli, the goat cheese agnolotti, or maybe the Wagyu flatiron steak and beef short rib combo if youre feeling bold.
  • The menu performs the great trick of being simultaneously unchanging and precisely seasonal. The Hatfields must do it with mirrors.
  • Yellowtail sashimi and the vadouvan chicken breast were delish