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6010 W. Pico Blvd. (S. Crescent Heights Blvd.) Send to Phone
A modern supper club, this legendary music venue now offers tapas-style dining as well as nightly live music acts.

Dinner nightly
Open late
  • Valet parking
  • Dress code: Casual dressy
  • Entertainment: Live music nightly
  • Full bar
  • Private room(s)
  • Reservations suggested

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Mint Restaurant Review

: A Los Angeles music-industry legend for many decades, The Mint shuttered its doors---much to the consternation of its mammoth following—soon after the new millennium. But The Mint is back and is welcoming to foodies and music buffs alike. Unlike the place of days gone by---a dark bar known for live acts and greasy snacks---this is a hipster supper club with tapas-sized dishes and a full list of wines. Amid a setting of green block carpeting, banquet hall chairs, an odd lighting arrangement of green spotlights, disco balls and unmatched chandeliers, chef Matthew Gladstone, who owns and operates the dining side, offers a menu of bold American favorites from filet burgers on pretzel bread to skewers of herbed lamb loin and a chopped version of Greek salad with feta and minced olives. Not to be missed are the truffle fries. For dessert, the warm chocolate cake is a killer. One of the city's most intimate music venues, The Mint offers a nightly calendar of on-the-rise musical acts. Diners with reserved tables are waived the cover charge.
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