Since opening in 2008, this popular neighborhood joint—a younger sibling to the now-defunct Dominick's in West Hollywood—has stayed bustling with hipsters, young families and celebs alike. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Little Dom's offers everything from scrambled eggs bruschetta to meatball sandwiches to whitefish picatta. The ricotta and blueberry pancakes are absurdly good, while the three-course Monday-night supper for $18 is a steal.
|Venue name:||Little Dom's||Contact:|
2128 Hillhurst Ave
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 8am-3pm, 5:30pm-11pm; Fri 8am-3pm, 5:30pm-midnight; Sat 8am-midnight; Sun 8am-11pm|
|Price:||Main courses: $18.|
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Little Dom's is one of my favorite neighborhood spots. The food is great, the service is friendly and you're always bound to see someone you know here—either in real life or from television, I don't think I've ever been to this place and not seen someone famous. Lunch and brunch are lovely treats, and dinner for a date or special occasion can't be beat.
A quaint neighborhood Italian restaurant that's a great place to take a date. Be sure to make a reservation! I first found out about this place from that movie "The Kids Are Alright."
Little Dom's can be outrageously crowded for brunch on the weekends, but it's hard to resist coming here. To avoid the line and get the best service show up early: they open at 8am everyday, and the keyword is every day: this is one of my favorite places to go for breakfast during the week.