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Fall Menus At Your Favorite LA Restaurants

November 7, 2012 6:00 AM

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Fall Season in Los Angeles may still be in the 70s and 80s. We may not get red, yellow and orange leaves on our trees but we still get the best autumn season produce! These fresh ingredients range from pumpkins to persimmons to certain types of poultry. Fall-inspired dishes have been making its appearance in many restaurants and here are a few that you need to check out.

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Oliverio Restaurant
9400 W Olympic Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 277-5221
Oliverio Restaurant website

Avalon Beverly Hills is offering an exciting new Fall Tasting Series for guests and visitors who want a taste of luxury from Oliverio’s Executive Chef Mirko Paderno. The series of tastings include such luxurious delicacies such as Champagne and Oysters on December 14. $69 per person, per event.

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Jar
8225 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 655-6566
www.thejar.com

JAR by Suzanne Tracht is known as the Modern Los Angeles Chop House. This fall, every Monday, Chef Tracht will offer new menu of dishes showcasing a single ingredient. Each ingredient will be different every week and inspired by the season and fresh produce at the local market. The menu is $55 per guest with no substitutions. Menus are subject to change.

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Public Kitchen
7000 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Public Kitchen website

Located inside the historic Roosevelt Hotel, Public Kitchen and Bar features California cuisine. Using some of the season’s favorites, some of the new dishes featured on their menu include kale, halibut, and duck breast. Their sweet desserts also reflect the autumn flavors. Try their freshly baked apple crumble dessert made with fresh and sweet apples.

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Freddy Smalls
11520 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(310) 479-3000
www.freddysmalls.com

Freddy Smalls is a gastropub known for its delicious tapas-style dishes that change constantly. The dishes are inspired by the best ingredients each season offers. This fall, they started opening on Sundays (10am-2pm) for their hangover brunch menu. Enjoy their Slow Egg Panzanella, Corned Beef and Potato Hash and Roasted Beets and Grilled Peaches with burrata.

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Wilshire Restaurant
2454 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90403
(310) 586-1707
www.wilshirerestaurant.com

With “Top Chef” contestant, Nyesha Arrington, in the kitchen, Wilshire Restaurant’s Fall Menu is sure to be delicious and full of vibrant colors. Some of their fall items are Persimmon Salad, Butternut Squash Flatbread, Maple Leaf Duck Breast and Honey Roasted Beets.

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Bouchon Beverly Hills
235 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 271-9910
www.bouchonbistro.com

Thomas Keller’s famous Bouchon Beverly Hills is nestled in the middle of the iconic city, right across from the luxurious Montage Hotel. The French know how to make great comfort food and they have plenty of new fall specials on the menu. Weekly “Sunday Suppers” will also continue throughout the fall months, with savory meals the entire family can enjoy. BBQ Ribs, Fish & Chips, Pot Roast, and Bouchon’s famous Buttermilk Fried Chicken are all on the menu throughout November. Stop by their bakery on the first floor for delicious fall pastries and desserts.


Marian Bacol-Uba is a Marketing/Social Media consultant and a freelance writer/blogger. You can follow her travel and culinary adventures on www.marianthefoodie.com. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram. “Life is too short not to Eat Well.”

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