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* A reservation for 6-7 people will automatically become a private party reservation due to the size of our restaurant. It is recommended for groups who would like to avoid contacts with other customers.*Bringing your own Sake in is prohibited. *Please arrive on time. If a guest is late, the chef will not be able to make up the courses that have already been served. *Any cancellations and reschedule for omakase"DATE" must be received 72 hours prior to the day and time of the original reservation (For premium omakase & group of over 5 people / 6days prior to the original reservation) or a cancellation fee will be applied. The total number of members of the original booking must be present. Any lesser members will be subject to applicable "no show" fees. A cancellation fee of $150 per person will be applied to dinner dining. ($80 fee-lunch)No exceptions including reason of Covid-19
If you are looking for a special, comfortable place to unwind, celebrate, or simply relax with stimulating conversation and delicious whiskey, we invite you to make a reservation with us! Hope to see you soon.
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If visiting for the first time, we are a casually elegant restaurant and boutique which serves a wide selection of French inspired American dishes as well as showcasing our world renowned selection of Caviars, smoked salmon and other French delicacies.
Our boutique is open 7 days a week from 11a - 5p with our full Boutique menu available every day for take out, delivery or FedEx delivery if not within our local courier area.
We only take online reservations up to FOUR people.
Please CALL for reservations with FIVE or larger groups. Do not add a note.
NO double booked reservations are honored and will be automatically canceled.
Added requests are a request only, NOT GUARANTEED!
Unfortunately we DO NOT offer high-chairs or booster-seats, as we are an intimate establishment.
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Open seven nights a week from 5:00-9:00pm.
Please visit our website, www.proseccotrattoria.com for your Carryout needs.
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The Entire Prosecco Trattoria Familia
Wine Spectator Award Winning Wine List.
Recognized for its warm and excellent service.
Afternoon Tea is offered Wednesday - Sunday with seating's at 11:00am, 1:30pm, and 4:00pm. Packages start at $125 per person.
The Living Room requires a credit card to secure reservations. All credit card information will be processed securely. No-shows or cancellations less than 2 days in advance will be subject to a charge of $50 per person.
Romanticizing the term Angeleno Cuisine- With Chef Oscar at the culinary helm, we bring together the best flavors from around the world to create that eclectic premium experience. Through constant discovery, Chef has crafted true harmony through fresh hand-picked ingredients that serve as stand-alone pieces of our identity.
Unparalleled sound- Under the guidance of grammy-winning mixer Manny Marroquin, Verse Los Angeles enlisted the best in the industry to provide a dining experience like none other. Through 11 subwoofers and 47 speakers, guests are treated to a fully immersive environment that blends perfect acoustics, enabling private conversation while enjoying live performances.
Libations- Catering to only the most discerning customers Verse's goal is to lead you down a path of discovery and inspiration through carefully balanced yet whimsical cocktails, a refined and thoughtful wine selection, and beers you’ve grown to trust.
The Amazigh (Berber) cuisine is a traditional cuisine with a varied history and influence of numerous flavours from distinct regions across North Africa. The traditional cuisine draws influences from Morocco's Atlas mountains and heavily populated Berber cities and regions. Moroccan cuisine differs from one area to another within North Africa. For this reason, every dish has a distinct and unique identity according to the specific region it originates from in North Africa, with some dishes estimated to be more than a thousand years old. Zayanes of the region of Khénifra around the Middle Atlas have a cuisine of a remarkable simplicity. It is based primarily on corn, barley, ewe's milk, goat cheese, butter, honey, meat, and game. Popular authentic Moroccan preparations of Tunisian, Moroccan, Algerian, and Libyan cuisine include tajine, couscous, shakshouka, pastilla, msemen, merguez, asida, lablabi, harissa, makroudh, harira, sfenj, and ahriche.
The menu at Joselito's Mexican Food features starters such as Guacamole On Demand, Nachos or creamy Chile con Queso Dip. Corn tortillas are made in house. Entrees include classic combination plates with Chile Rellenos, tacos, enchiladas or Tamales to their original Taco Lito (The biggest taco this side of the rio grande). Joselito's also serves Certified Angus steaks and many types of Fajitas. There are plenty of seafood and vegetarian options as well, so there is something for everyone on the menu. Don't forget to order dessert! Enjoy classic homemade
Omakase is a Japanese phrase that means "I'll leave it up to you”. The chef chooses the fresh fish selection daily and garnishes it into a 11 or 13 course meal. Our mission is to deliver a fine dining experience in a casual environment all at an affordable price.
As a disclaimer, we do not sell any rolls that are baked, fried, or contain eel sauce or spicy mayo. We also do not sell any kitchen items, such as teriyaki bowls.
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