Connie & Ted's

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8 / 10

10 expert reviews

“A well-heeled crowd can be found in this beautiful space (the roof is arched like a wave) dipping fried calamari or spooning up Jo’s wicked good chowda’. ”

– Fodor's

Zagat Zagat
"This casual seafooder in West Hollywood from Michael Cimarusti (Providence) features a medium-priced menu served in a room that looks lifted from the Maine shoreline." Full review
Time Out Time Out
"LA's seafood guru, chef Michael Cimarusti of Providence, pays homage to his New England roots—his grandfather was a fisherman in Rhode Island—with a modern take on the clam shack." Full review
Gayot Gayot
"Unlike some seafood-oriented spots that are chock full of tchotchkes, here the decor is tastefully done with only a handful of maritime objects." Full review
Skip the "stuffies" (clams baked with lingui, breadcrumbs and garlic) in favor of the steamers (soft shell clams).
LA Weekly LA Weekly
Three Stars
"Of these upscale chowder houses, Connie & Ted's does by far the best job of re-creating the pleasures of that other coast." Full review
Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times
"Michael Cimarusti is the chef of Providence, the modernist French-Asian restaurant that is often considered the finest kitchen in L.A." Full review
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