In conjunction with the grand opening of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on September 30, Fanny’s is now open for daytime dining. Under the soft opening, the limited menu includes sandwiches, salads and small plates. Dine on the outdoor terrace or the café’s communal tables from 9 to 16. Restaurateurs Bill Chait and Carl Schuster launch a more expansive lunch service later this month, followed by formal dinner service in November. Chef Raphael Francois’ dinner menu will include cooking at the table, captain with jacket and craft cocktails. The two-story restaurant is named after legendary entertainer Fanny Brice, who was portrayed by Barbra Streisand in her Oscar-winning role in Funny Girl in 1968. fannysammp.com 6067 Wilshire Blvd.
Terrazza Terrace by the beach
Until 15 October, the restaurant offers a special lunch and dinner menu. For lunch you can enjoy roasted marinated beet salad and the day’s grilled fish. On the dinner menu, you can choose from grilled squid, Maria’s roasted chicken and chocolate brownies with Tahitian vanilla gelato. 910 Ocean Way, Santa Monica, (310) 581-5533.
Cafe Gratitude Your LA menu
Plant-based restaurant Cafe Gratitude offers a takeaway four-course prix fixe dinner menu for $ 35 per person. Person. Chef Dreux Ellis has created “I Am Gracious”, which offers greens and cereals, and “I Am Extraordinary”, a popular coconut, bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado sandwich. Drinks include cold-pressed juice or can of Nomadica wine for an additional $ 2. Other menu items include a hot butternut squash dip, forbidden black rice bowl and key lime cheesecake. Dinner is from kl. 16-29 639 N. Larchmont Blvd., (323) 580-6383; 512 Rose Ave., (424) 231-8000; and 300 S. Santa Fe Ave., (213) 929-5580.
Eat LA menu at Bourbon Steak
MINA Group’s classic Bourbon Steak at the Americana in Glendale offers a Dine LA dinner menu from $ 79 per person. Person. Highlights include a Westholme Australian Wagyu tenderloin cap and Wagyu stew. The head of the tenderloin is seasoned with Yemeni spices, Moroccan tomato sauce, shishito and charred scallion. Wagyu ragu is offered at a surcharge of $ 24 and served on top of gnocchi sardi with pancetta, Grana Padano and a red wine demi glaze. Autumn-inspired options include “Mama Mina’s falafel,” roasted squash and saffron soup, and a dukkah-spiced pork. For honey, a honey baglava sundae with lavender ice cream is served. 237 S. Brand Blvd., (818) 839-4130.
LOAM at The Ace Hotel
Downtown LA’s Ace Hotel reopened the dining room on the ground floor with a new culinary concept, LOAM. In the former space “Best Girl”, LOAM’s focus is on hyper-local, seasonal vegetables. Executive Chef Joshua Guarneri (The Hearth & Hound) offers full-service dinner and beverages. The cocktail program focuses on fresh ingredients with a healthy selection of low-ABV and zero-proof options, plus local craft beers and a robust selection of California natural and organic wines. Brunch and lunch will follow in the coming weeks. 929 S. Broadway, (213) 235-9660.
Dine LA at the Jamaica Bay Inn
The beachfront restaurant overlooking the harbor offers lunch, brunch and dinner Dine LA menu. Start the day with a glass of sparkling wine and orange juice, along with a beach scramble, fried chicken, french toast or crispy avocado taco. When the sun goes down, return to a Mongolian beef, short rib or butternut squash ravioli. The breakfast and brunch menu is $ 25 per person. Person, and dinner is $ 55 per person. Person. 14160 Palawan Way, (310) 439-3033.
Mediterranean menu at Bacari
Many of Bacari’s favorite dishes can be found on the restaurant’s Dine LA brunch, lunch and dinner menus. Choose one of Bacari’s Mediterranean cicchetti-style dishes for brunch, such as french fries topped with a fried egg and special “bcn” sauce. Shakshouka is also available with rustic tomato sauce, peppers, a sous vide egg and a baguette. Brunch is $ 25 per. Person with a choice of two dishes. The three-course dinner menu is $ 35 per person. Person and begins with a cheese and salami platter. Main courses include shawarma tacos or pan-roasted sea bass. For dessert, diners have a choice of bread pudding or malabi, a rose water cream, shaved coconut, hibiscus flower syrup and candied pistachio. 8030 3/4 W. 3rd St., (323) 452-9145.
Angelini Osteria’s 20th Anniversary
Since opening its doors in 2001, Angelini Osteria has become one of Los Angeles’ most famous Italian restaurants. Through October 10, Angelini’s will host a “comeback” evening special. The price on October 7 includes Fegato alla Veneziana, veal liver sautéed with butter, onions and white wine. On October 8, diners will enjoy Stinco di Vitello, a roasted veal leg. On October 9, diners can look forward to porchetta (pork thighs), and on October 10, veal with prosciutto di parma, white wine and sage. The daily specials are only available for dinner. 7313 -7321 Beverly Blvd., (323) 297-0070.
Urban Plates Plate Pass
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Urban Plates is offering a one-month membership to Plate Pass, a subscription program that gives individual entrants $ 10 or less. The offer applies to all places in Urban Plates where you can eat or dine. Sign up for the Urban Plates app through October 31st to enjoy $ 10 admission and $ 10 Everyday Menu items for $ 9 in the first month. Guests who sign up save an average of $ 40 per person. Month using the program. Visit urbanplates.com/plate-pass. 12746-3 Jefferson Blvd., (424) 256-7274.