La Dolce Vita

9785 Santa Monica Blvd. Beverly HillsCA90210
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La Dolce Vita has long been the favorite destination of the renowned and famous, from presidents and celebrities to the Rat Pack and the rest of us who are looking for some of the finest Northern Italian cuisine in Southern California
by facebook on February 15, 2016 from facebook


What to Drink: The wine list is adequate but those with special bottles may consider bringing their own bottle and paying the $20 corkage fee.
by ezlocal on February 13, 2015 from ezlocal
Parking: Utilize the $5 valet to bypass the near-impossible search for street parking.
by ezlocal on September 28, 2014 from ezlocal

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La Dolce Vita Restaurant Review:
A celebrity favorite since it opened in 1966 --- often frequented by Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack --- this Italian eatery has maintained its intimate atmosphere with roomy leather booths, brick walls, white linen-topped tables illuminated by miniature lamps, and the charming maître d', Ruben, who knows your name and preferred table and dishes. Though the classic Italian menu does not offer...
by gayot on August 27, 2015 from gayot
Proprietor Alessandro Uzielli (Henry Ford II's grandson) shook things up when he purchased the restaurant in 2003. A celebrity favorite since it opened in 1966, the Italian eatery has maintained its intimate atmosphere with roomy leather…
by hopstop on April 13, 2014 from hopstop
"Reminiscent of an earlier LA era", this "old-school" Beverly Hills Italian proffers traditional steaks and pastas in an "intimate" "tryst"-worthy setting anchored by dark-red circular leather booths; opinions on service are mixed ("perfect" vs. "unfriendly"), and some complain about pricing, but most agree it's still a "classy" package.
by zagat on January 21, 2014 from zagat
Old-school romance and charm are still alive at this storied Italian eatery.:
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Not much has changed at this refined dining destination since the Rat Pack made this their red-sauce restaurant of choice. The walls are rustic brick, deep booths boast cushy...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on December 23, 2004 from Citysearch

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Classic Italian Cuisine in Beverly Hills, CA
by Citysearch on December 10, 2015 from Citysearch