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Mark Menslage
· February 11, 2018
Incredibly disappointed that I made a reservation a month out from my birthday for the ‘The Sinatra’ booth and it was not honored. It was instead given to a party of six as we were a party of four. ...Was disappointed that our waiter copped an attitude after we declined to spend $100 on a bottle of wine. Was very disappointed at the size of my entree, the Chicken Parmigiana, for that price it should have filled the plate as it does at Dan Tana’s! They did provide us with a piece of Tiramisu and sang happy birthday which was unexpected at this type of restaurant. They also gave our party some of their homemade Limoncello, although we don’t know if it was for the birthday celebration or for the fact that they didn’t honor my initial reservation. Will never go back and will advise anyone who asks not to recommend this establishment. I will say that our time at the bar prior to dinner was excellent, great drinks, atmosphere and service! See More
David Newhardt
· January 10, 2018
This restaurant has that intangible quality that elevates a meal from mundane to memorable. The room is right-sized, properly lit, and is as comfortable as your favorite outfit. The menu is full of di...shes that have been honed over the years to become perfect. Other restaurants go out of their way to try to impress patrons with flamboyant presentations and experimental creations; La Dolce Vita eschews such extravagance by presenting diners with sublime flavors, clean, elegant plating, and classic dishes polished to perfection.
But the best part of the treasure is the staff. Attentive always, invisible when apt, they always have a sincere smile. After your first visit, they will remember you and greet you like a treasured friend.
Last, but by no means the least, is the cozy bar, staffed by magical mixoligists. Cocktails that you've enjoyed for years take on new life in their hands. The wine list is balanced, and the staff recommendation are not to be dismissed.
La Dolce Vita is the type of restaurant that we all hope to visit, but rarely do. Don't pass up the chance to create a lasting memory.
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Robbie Hutton
· March 18, 2018
I had a great time dining here tonight!! It is a wonderful restaurant in Beverly Hills. It reminds me a lot of old Beverly Hills. The food is excellent!! I like that they give you so much time after d...inner to talk with your guests. I like the Reagen booth. Where Ronald Reagen and Nancy Reagen would sit. It is truly a great place in Beverly Hills!! See More
Jay Childress
· November 11, 2017
If you are in the mood for classic Italian cuisine, look no further. Service, food, lighting, are impeccable. This is my 4th time and I will continue to dine here.
Tonight I had the caprese salad, Cae...sar, spaghetti with meatballs and chicken Marsala. Brought a nice bottle of Rutherford 2012 Cabrenet. Everything was perfect. See More
John Clements
· March 5, 2018
Amazing food! Felt like I was back on Mulberry Street, Little Italy NY. This place is a real gem �

So happy to have made this esteemed list with so many of our terrific neighbors. Buon Apetito!

Spaghetti, chicken parm, and endless glasses of Chianti

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