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WHY AOC has an NYC bistro feel with excellent wines by the glass and perfectly ripe cheeses—and staff members who know more than just their name. The Cal-Mediterranean food is always reliable, if a smidge less so than at sister restaurant Lucques.

WHAT Anything vegetable (or animal, for that matter) is coddled by the cooks at this oh-so-hot wine bar and small-plates restaurant—even cod haters will be converted by the fritters with citrus salad and aioli. Don’t skip dessert—all the better to linger with a glass of Muscat and take in the nuevo-bistro feel, complete with the requisite high-decibel chatter.

WHO D girls, agents and food-and-wine lovers traveling from the Palisades and Pasadena.

8022 W. 3rd St., , 323.653.6359, aocwinebar.com. Brunch Sat.-Sun., D nightly. MC, V, AE.
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  2. Lisa says:

    Not with you on this one. Extremely average and very disappointing meal there this week. Bread was so tasteless. Platters were bland, especially sausage not good. Wine and cocktails were perfect however! I can’t imagine with all the choices out there that I would ever go back.


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