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A hip, modern steakhouse with a varied menu and impressive patio.


 

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BOA Steakhouse, West Hollywood, CA


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BOA Steakhouse Restaurant Review

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About the restaurant: BOA Steakhouse, part of the Innovative Dining Group, occupies a 13,000-square-foot space at Luckman Plaza (four times the size of its former West Hollywood location). The modern and striking décor sets the tone of the restaurant, which features an indoor bar, dining room and lounge, as well as an impressive outdoor patio (one of the largest in town) where guests can eat or unwind with a specialty cocktail.

Food & Drinks: A must-have appetizer is the tableside classic Caesar, perfectly seasoned. Diners may also choose between a crab cake on a bed of grilled hearts of palm salad, or goat cheese baklava. All of BOA’s signature steaks --- such as the 40-day dry-aged New York strip and the bone-in Kansas City filet mignon --- can be turned into surf ‘n’ turf versions with the addition of lobster, king crab legs or prawns, and seasoned with the rubs/crusts and sauces of your liking. Spaghetti and Kobe meatballs, a burger topped with Camembert and still more seafood options round things out. A vegan menu includes a wild mushroom burger and stuffed savoy cabbage with butternut squash, dates and black garlic. Sweets include classics such as cheesecake and warm chocolate chip cookies. The wine tower, the first decorative element visible upon entering, stores up to 4,000 bottles of more than 200 globally-sourced labels; a special corner is dedicated to the Captain’s List, featuring rare wines from Bordeaux and Burgundy.





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