Jones Hollywood

Restaurants, Italian West Hollywood
5 out of 5 stars
(10user reviews)
Jones Hollywood
Photograph: Courtesy Jones Hollywood

Just two and a half blocks shy of the Hollywood border, this West Hollywood restaurant/bar/café feels like the sexy younger cousin to Dan Tana’s. The main room is straight out of Scorsese’s Goodfellas, while the café hearkens back to a family restaurant you would find in Rome’s Campo de' Fiori. The dim lighting that will conceal any blemish and cozy, rounded booths make it the perfect date spot. If the conversation gets dry, you can always play the classic LA game of guessing which TV show your bartender was on, or which model the hostess looks like. With the blinds always drawn and no windows to the rest of the establishment, the only way to check out this joint is to put your cool on and stride right in. 

Vitals

Good for: Late night dinner and drinks after catching some stand-up at The Formosa Cafe across the street.

Drink this: With a cocktail menu full of the names of Rock n’ Roll legends like the Hendrix and Joan Jett, and unique blends of herbs and juices, any pick is a good choice.  Don’t leave without trying the Groupie, a drink that would’ve blown the roof off your childhood lemonade stand.

Eat this: You can’t go wrong with their classic Margherita pizza.  Be sure to shell out a few extra bucks to add some burrata cheese to it.  It’s well worth it.

By: Leila Elihu

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Venue name: Jones Hollywood
Contact:
Address: 7205 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood
90046
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-2am, Sat-Sun 7pm-2am
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Average User Rating

4.8 / 5

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tastemaker

You have to come here for their Beggars Banquet. Super cheap and still the same cool, old school vibe. If you like sweets, definitely try their apple pie.

moderator

I came to Jones on a date once, which is the perfect way to experience Jones. Settle into one of the booths and order a plate of pasta to share, then make like Lady & the Tramp over a bottle of wine. I still haven't tried their famous apple pie, but that just gives me all the more reason to come back. 


This is by far the best establishment in Los Angeles. The people working at Jones take such good care of everyone that its hard to go anywhere else and be satisfied. Truly exemplary!


If you're on the fence, head there for happy hour Monday through Thursday nights and try one of their gourmet personal pans. You'll be hooked.