Campanile’s Restaurant in Los Angeles is a favorite among locals for good affordable comfort food, as well as a great selection of cocktails. Located at 624 South La Brea, with the nearest cross streets being Wilshire and 6th, Campanile’s Restaurant is a favorite to the locals in the Beverly, Fairfax, La Brea and Third Street areas. The well prepared beautifully presented California Mediterranean cuisine is as versatile in choices as it is in taste though there is definitely something for everyone.
The California influenced décor of Campanile Restaurant is beautifully inviting with marigold colored archways and rich wood and glass shutters. The naturally well lit dining room and rich wing back leather chairs are uniquely suited for such a fine dining experience.
Executive Chef Mark Peel offers patrons a wide variety of dishes from which to select. What’s hot at Campanile Restaurant is the Monday night family tasting menu ideal for a wonderful evening out for the whole family from a three course tasting menu. Wednesday nights Campanile Restaurants represents locals by offering a five to six course tasting menu made up of items from local Farmer’s markets. There is even a “Grilled Cheese Night.” Only at Campanile Restaurant can a grilled cheese sandwich be made into a true feast. Known to be one of the best ever eaten the famous Campanile Restaurant’s grilled cheese sandwiches are priced at $16.00. Though it is not simply a grilled cheese sandwich but rather is one dressed with aioli, rare tuna, and delicious olive tapenade and is served with a frite and arugula salad. There are many excellent dishes from which to select however including sandwiches, imperial rolls, and a variety of seafood, pasta, poultry and meat entrees (www.campanilerestaurant.com.
Overall dining at Campanile’s Restaurant is an exquisite dining experience. The environment is light, friendly and offers patrons a lot of ambiance. The customer service is impeccable as the wait staff is very friendly, very helpful and certainly courteous. Prices are fairly moderate to high with most dinners ranging at approximately $50.00 and up. The dress code is business casual though after hours many people tend to kick it up a notch. With two floors of dining rooms, seating at Campanile’s Restaurant is rarely an issue.
Campanile’ Restaurant’s serves dinner from 6:00PM to 10:00PM Monday through Wednesday and from 5:30PM to 11:00PM Thursday through Saturday. Closed on Sunday for dinner only, Campanile’s Restaurant serves lunch from 11:30AM to 2:30PM Monday through Friday and offers an incredible brunch on Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 09:30AM and 1:30PM. Valet parking is available for patrons of Campanile’s Restaurant. For more information on Campanile’s Restaurant in Los Angeles, visit the official web site or call 323-938-1447 (www.campanilerestaurant.com.