With Easter just around the corner, it is a great time to consider enjoying a meal with family and friends. There are a variety of locations in Los Angeles to enjoy different cultural cuisines as well. From French to Spanish, come and enjoy the unique flavors that can be found in Los Angeles. Here are just a few options of restaurants where you can enjoy an easter meal. Melting Pot Food Tours has a a wide variety of recommendations for places to eat.
A.O.C. Wine Bar
A.O.C. Wine Bar is known for their California and French inspired small plates that are beautifully paired with fine wines. At this location, enjoy a delicate ambiance along with meals that are farm fresh. One excellent option for an appetizer is the focaccia bread served with arugula pesto, goat cheese, lemon and sundried tomato. For dinner, consider the wood roasted trout that is served with cannellini bean ragout and pancetta or try the duck confit served with parsnip puree, dandelion and armagnac prunes. A.O.C. Wine Bar is located at 3rd street in Los Angeles. Visit www.aocwinebar.com for more information.
La Espanola Meats
La Espanola Meats is your one stop shop for all your Spanish needs. At this location, enjoy Spanish meats, cheeses, wines, cookies, olives, bread and more. At this location, you can even order authentic Spanish items such as tapas, paella, churros and bocadillos - which are Spanish style baguette sandwiches. You can even pick out a bottle of wine from the store that has been imported from Spain and enjoy it with your meal outside at the covered patio. You’ll find La Espanola Meats at 25020 Doble Ave in Harbor City. Visit https://www.laespanolameats.tienda/en/ for more information.
For more authentic Latin flavors, head over to Loteria Grill, a Mexican restaurant located at the Farmers Market. Blending traditional Mexican family recipes with a new twist, Loteria offers a new spin on classic Mexican fare. Enjoy chicken, beef, pork, vegetable and shrimp tacos. If you’re not in the mood for tacos, try the burritos, enchiladas and more. Don’t forget to try the homemade guacamole, salsa and chips that are fried up in house. You’ll find Loteria Grill at the original Farmers Market, located at 6333 W 3rd Street.