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L.A.’s most upscale restaurant serves, hands-down, the best seafood in town. Full review →
Michael Cimarusti... continues to turn out some of the best seafood in the city.
Michael Cimarusti's cooking is marked by restraint—he knows just what accent to add to bring out the pristine quality of the sea. Full review →
For over ten years, Providence has epitomized fine dining in Los Angeles, earning chef Michael Cimarusti a Michelin star for his delightfully modern take on seafood-centric cuisine. In... Full review →
Obsessed with quality and freshness, the meticulous chef maintains a network of specialty purveyors, some of whom tip him off to their catch before it even hits the dock. Full review →
Inspired by coastal living, Providence is a fine dining restaurant serving seafood in its purest and simplest form. Full review →
Chef Michael Cimarusti and his quadrilingual Italian compatriot, Donato Poto, set out to create the city's preeminent seafood experience. Full review →
A playful "Dark & Stormy" gelee with ginger beer foam and other amuses-bouche may precede a beautifully presented plate of fluke, rhubarb, burdock and shiso. Full review →
Your hunger will be sated, your synapses on overload, your senses heightened to the point that an after-dinner chocolate becomes as eloquent as a sonnet. Full review →
Blinged out with two Michelin stars, this has long been one of LA’s finest restaurants. To truly sample the goods, splurge for the nine-course tasting menu. Full review →
Super-fancy seafood tasting menus. Full review →
Near the top of the LA pricey-restaurant scale, and for good reason: the place is swarming with foodies, who come for the black sea bass, foie-gras ravioli, lump blue crab and plenty of other tremendous choices.
Very few restaurants aim for, little less achieve, the level of grace exhibited nightly at Providence. Full review →
Signature favorites include the Wild Striped Bass and Kanpachi Sashimi, complimented by excellent desserts and an extensive cellar. Full review →
Chef-owner Michael Cimarusti transforms seafood from the world’s most pristine waters into inventive dishes such as kampachi with miso, buttermilk and green grapes, and striped bass with bacon. Full review →
"Seafood is the star" at this "sophisticated", "upscale" New American in Hollywood helmed by "brilliant" chef Michael Cimarusti who turns out "delectable", "wildly creative" prix fixe feasts. Full review →