Ca' Brea

Ca' Brea, 3900 WILSHIRE BLVD, Los Angeles

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Ca' Brea
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Average Price: $31 to $50
Cuisine: Italian
Dress Code: Business Casual
Come and see the new Ca' Brea and enjoy the aromas & flavors of Italy prepared by Antonio Tommasi, chef and founder of Locanda Veneta, Ca Del Sole, Il Moro, and Allegria. Open since 1990, Ca' Brea is renowned as one of L.A.'s finest dining destinations for superior service, creative cuisine, outstanding atmosphere and comfort. Ca' Brea is now the permanent home of Antonio Tommasi, who is 'one of the best and most creative of our Italian chefs' (Gourmet Magazine), and has been a recipient of numerous award & nomination including Restaurateur of the year, master chef of the year, etc. The essence of Ca' Brea is straightforward and simple: authentic, yet innovative Italian food and Venetian cuisine. The kind of food you want to eat every day, at the prices that allow you to do so. Many of the Tommasi trademarks remain: a vast open kitchen and the kind of simple, yet sophisticated food that makes you fee like you have stepped out of urban Los Angeles, onto an ancient Venetian canal.
Ca' Brea 3900 WILSHIRE BLVD, Los Angeles

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4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: dafsmith57, San Diego
Mon 14 Nov, 2016
l I am not a fan of Korean food, so it is refreshing Ca Brea continues to exist. I don't know how they make money as it is never very busy when we are in, but we are in on weekend nights, so maybe...

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4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: dafsmith57, San Diego
Fri 4 Mar, 2016
l The chef is well known and for some reason has now relocated to the Ramada in Koreatown. Yes, this seems strange, but the property is a nicely decorated and comfortable restaurant. The service on...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: HolisticHealerGal, San Diego, California
Sun 16 Nov, 2014
l A friend suggested we meet up here for Happy Hour since it was in a mutually convenient area. I loved the cozy, neighborhood feeling, great lighting, and seating areas in the bar. It reminds a lot of...

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