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We've MOVED! Our new address is 8700 W. 3rd Street & George Burns Drive. A.O.C. is a small plates restaurant driven by seasonal ingredients, locally sourced. Our California French cuisine was developed by Chef Suzanne Goin, and has some Mediterranean influences as well. We have 24 wines by the glass and 150 bottles to choose from, curated by Caroline Styne, all of which are either organic, biodynamic or sustainable. And now, featuring a full bar with premium spirits and specialty cocktails. Reservations are encouraged.
This is really nice place with a solid menu. Small plates allow for a variety of different tasting opportunities. Great service with a nice decor. Seating indoors or outdoors. Try the butterscotch pudding just fantastic!
We are visiting family who live in LA. We had a great dinner at A.O.C tonight. We were seated at the time of our reservation Our server Leah P. was knowledgeable and appropriately attentive. We ordered seven dishes for 8 people and all were excellent....More
Was looking forward to enjoying a nice dinner with our grown family of six. While the time we spent in AOC was enjoyable, some of us left hungry and much lighter in the wallet. The total bill was just under $600 with mixed drinks and...More
I decided to book us into AOC on the back of strong reviews and a list of hottest new restaurants in LA, and on entering, was pleased to find a charming indoor outdoor space with a somewhat French vineyard undertone. We sat in the cobblestone...More
A.O.C. In LA on recent visit was an dining experience of small plate entrees in a charming garden setting. Service was attentive and very helpful when making food choices. Great place to share interesting dishes.
AOC is a fun place - dark but cozy, always hopping! The small plates are excellent but just know, that they are small. Everything is delicious and we enjoyed the focaccia with spicy soppressata, the cauliflower, gnocci, roasted chicken (large!), za'ater lamp chops etc. etc....More
My husband and I had a lovely dinner at AOC in February. We started with the Vintner’s Platter- a good variety of cheese, meat and fruit. My husband had the quail and I had the lamb chops and we enjoyed everything except for a flight...More
The tables AOC seem perpetually crowded, and the din of conversation can be overwhelming upon first entering, but this popular west side tapas and wine bar proves a convivial space for couples as well as small groups. Small plates are the custom, and the selections...More