Bagatelle, Los Angeles

The all-white interior of the Bagatelle in Los Angeles looks more like the entryway to a well-styled castle than it does a neighborhood eatery. Gorgeous chandeliers, rich, deep colored curtains and quirky artwork juxtapose beautifully against the white linens and immaculately painted ivory walls.

The contemporary French restaurant gets its creative menu from its three leading chefs, all of which garnered their experience in Normandy, Brittany and Alsace, and helped give Bagatelle a vibrant palate to choose from. Bagatelle’s patrons are treated to innovative and seasonal menu offerings from Chef Jung, as well as a menu of creative cocktails, inspired by the South of France.

Dishes like the Steak aux Poivres, Filet Mignon Sauce Bordelaise and Pan Seared Branzino have made the restaurant a must-visit for visitors and locals alike. While the 24-ounce Dry Aged Prime Porterhouse – Pour Deux are ideal for sharing.

Reservations can be made through the eatery’s online site.

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