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The Mosaic Hotel, located in the heart of Beverly Hills, is conveniently located to the many unique attractions, nightlife and shopping destinations.

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10899 Wilshire Blvd, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90024 310-443-7000
Guide - Restaurants - Seafood

Water Grill

544 S Grand Ave, between 5th And 6th Sts, Los Angeles, CA 90071 213-891-0900

Description: DOWNTOWN. A seafood dining delight. Try the featured dishes or tantalizing choices from the fresh oyster bar. The beautifully appointed dining room, perfectly prepared menu items, and a wonderful wine selection merge to form an outstanding dining experience. Located near the Music Center on the ground floor of the Pacific Mutual Building.
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The Madison

102 Pine Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802 562-628-8866

Description: LONG BEACH. With its mahogany bar, private booths, and patio dining, this steak and seafood favorite offers a dining area to fit every mood, and everything is wrapped in classic 1920s style. Add to the mix a classy singer or pianist, and you have a supper club atmosphere that's sure to please. The menu also offers a choice of items, from steamed clams and ahi tuna to rib-eye steaks and a beefsteak tomato salad. Plus, with some 1500 wines to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect bottle.
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Sea Harbour

3939 N Rosemead Blvd, Rosemead, CA 91770 626-288-3939

Description: ROSEMEAD. The sea's bounty provides unexpected, flavorful dishes at this Rosemead favorite. Fish tanks line one wall of the restaurant, indicative of the level of freshness you'll find on your plate. If you're in an adventurous mood, there's plenty to sample ­ shark's fin soup, braised abalone with goose webbing, and deep-fried pigeon await. However, safer choices like steamed prawns, hot and sour soup, and Dungeness crab pan-fried with chiles can also be had. Dim sum is offered until 2:30pm.
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5955 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038 323-460-4170

Description: MELROSE. Only the freshest seafood makes its way to Providence's coveted tables. This charming New American spot serves a mixture of hot selections and raw, cold ones ­ both excellent, according to regulars. Start with an indulgent appetizer of foie gras sauté served with braised quince and port wine before feasting on dishes like lobster with cinnamon-scented butternut squash or New Zealand tai snapper accompanied by a compote of vine-ripened tomatoes. Lunch selections ­ offered only on Friday ­ are on the lighter side, but the quality of the seafood remains excellent.
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Malibu Seafood

25653 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 95301 310-456-3430

Description: Malibu locals flock to this casual joint right off the famed PCH ­ to sample classic West Coast comfort food on the oceanfront patio. The concept is simple: just step up to the counter and place your order for fish taquitos, classic fish-n-chips, peel-and-eat shrimp, or fresh Maine lobster. A market-style atmosphere pervades, which is appropriate since the place doubles as a real fish and seafood market. Patrons expecting white linens and fine china should prepare themselves for a slightly more casual affair ­ yes, those are picnic tables. The BYO policy is a lifesaver for folks who can't imagine calamari without a good white wine.
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Carlitos Gardel

7963 Melrose, Los Angeles, CA 90046 323-655-0891

Description: MELROSE. With a reputation built on great beef, this Argentinean-Italian restaurant is a meat-lover's delight. The signature parrilada (a range of barbecued dishes) includes sweetbreads, short ribs, skirt steak, and Italian sausages and is served with a pungent chimichurri sauce. Perfectly cooked meats are tender and juicy, and their presentation on sizzling skillets makes for a dramatic spectacle. The menu is rounded out by a number of salads, appetizers, and pastas.
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The Lobster

1602 Ocean Ave, at Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401 310-458-9294

Description: SANTA MONICA. This long-standing seafood restaurant - first opened in 1925 and now reborn in an impressive new structure - specializes in fresh-from-the-sea catches and affords a prime location for observing the pier and marveling at the sunset. Try anything offered, from lobster to crab Louis or white sea bass. The menu changes daily, so the variety of finfish and shellfish is always in delicious flux. A perfect place to celebrate a special occasion or to meet after work for drinks and appetizers.
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1505 Mission St, South Pasadena, CA 91030 626-799-4774

Description: SOUTH PASADENA. At this popular eatery, chef-owner Hideo Yamashiro combines Californian and Asian influences with fresh fish to produce the menu's most popular item ­ catfish with ponzu sauce and fresh cilantro. Regulars can't seem to stay away from this dish! If it's not to your fancy, try ravioli stuffed with shrimp and salmon mousse or ginger-dusted snapper carpaccio on a bed of mashed potatoes. Dedication to excellence also shines through in the dessert and wine lists, both of which are highly regarded by area critics.
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The Hungry Cat

1535 N Vine St, Hollywood, CA 90028 323-462-2155

Description: HOLLYWOOD. East Coast-style seafood travels west to this hip, casual restaurant. Oysters, clams, and crab cakes are stars of the dinner menu ­ try Dungeness crab with black rice and spicy coconut sauce or a half-pound of deliciously fresh peel-and-eat shrimp. If you're more into turf than surf, the "Pug Burger" ­ bacon, avocado, and blue cheese ­ has your name on it. Lunch and Sunday brunch also bring crowds to the tiny spot, so make reservations early. If the weather permits, take a seat on the laid-back patio.
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Ocean Avenue Seafood

1401 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401 310-394-5669

Description: SANTA MONICA. Once you know the name of this upscale restaurant, you know what it does best. The menu promises a variety of dishes, but seafood is the star. Try ahi tuna accompanied by steaming rice and fresh veggies, or take advantage of the place's great oysters ­ there's a terrific selection during happy hour too. The comfort level is heightened by wicker furniture and a friendly waitstaff who are always happy to help.
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Delmonico’s Steak and Lobster House

16358 Ventura Blvd, Encino, CA 91436 818-986-0777

Description: ENCINO. As the name promises, Delmonico's is the spot to visit if you're in the mood for lobster. Among the myriad ways the kitchen prepares the crustacean are as risotto, as cakes, as a cocktail, and stuffed. Craving something different? Linguine and clams, succulent veal dishes, and seared steaks satisfy even the heartiest appetites. Be sure to ask your server for a wine to complement the meal ­ the staff are well-trained and are sure to suggest an excellent vintage.
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Fish Grill

7226 Beverly Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90036 323-937-7162

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. This casual, kosher spot is popular with the lunch crowd, who mainly carry out delicious, simply-grilled fish dishes. Generous portions of tuna, trout, and salmon arrive with hot, fresh fries on the side (or rice pilaf, for a healthier choice). Salads topped with grilled fish filets come with a sweet honey-dijon dressing. Sides include cole slaw and baked potatoes. A great choice for a quick, healthy, and cheap meal.
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Mori Sushi

11500 W Pico Blvd, West Los Angeles, CA 90064 310-479-3939

Description: WEST LOS ANGELES. This understated spot doesn't even have its name on the sign ­ look instead for a rustic sketch of a fish. The minimalist interior features simple table and bar seating in order to place focus on the exquisite food. In fact, presentation of some of the city's freshest seafood is so breathtaking that diners have been known to comment that they didn't know whether to eat it or frame it. Try octopus carpaccio, broiled prawns, or fabulously fresh sashimi. Order a Kirin beer to highlight the flavors.
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The Palm

9001 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 310-550-8811

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. This venerable seafood and steak spot, with its legendary LA social scene, has built its reputation on an array of dining pleasures. The clubby venue is often frequented by celebs and industry types, and it boasts all the upscale menu standards, including crisp salads, succulent lobsters, and what many regard as the juiciest steaks west of the Mississippi. You'll also find a selection of Italian dishes, especially veal and linguine options. In addition, the great bar can provide an ideal accompaniment to any meal.
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9646 Little Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 310-205-8990

Description: BEVERLY HILLS. Bon Appetit meets Town & Country at this trendy Euro-Asian seafood restaurant and bar. A two-level re-enactment of a Vietnamese dinner club, it's where beautiful people meet beautiful food. Dungeness crab with An's secret garlic sauce or sake-simmered crab will make you salivate on the spot. Garlic noodles are justifiably famous, and every Asian tapas is carefully prepared and presented. For dessert, try the Music Box or the special trio of sorbets ­ they're a perfect ending to a memorable meal. The trendier you look, the better your table.
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125 Spalding Drive | Beverly Hills, CA 90212 | Toll Free: (800) 463.4466 | Phn: (310) 278.0303

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