Rossoblu Los Angeles, CA 90015, United States review, menu, price

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"Book your reservation on our website. Rossoblu is an Italian restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles. Enjoy handmade pastas, fresh market produce, in-house butchery and salumi prepared in traditional Bologna fashion. Food and drink can be enjoyed al fresco on our outdoor patio, curbside pickup, or delivery. Rossoblu offers a variety of cooking classes including pastry, pasta making and cocktails."

Location and contact information


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Address: 1124 San Julian St, Los Angeles, CA 90015, United States
Phone: +1 213-749-1099
Website: www.rossoblula.com
Profiles: Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter,

5 PM: Usually not too busy

6 PM: Usually not too busy

7 PM: Usually a little busy

8 PM: Usually as busy as it gets

5 PM: Usually not too busy

6 PM: Usually not too busy

7 PM: Usually not too busy

8 PM: Usually not too busy

5 PM: Usually not too busy

6 PM: Usually busy

7 PM: Usually busy

8 PM: Usually not too busy

5 PM: Usually not too busy

6 PM: Usually not too busy

7 PM: Usually not too busy

8 PM: Usually not too busy

5 PM: Usually not too busy

6 PM: Usually busy

7 PM: Usually busy

8 PM: Usually as busy as it gets

9 PM: Usually a little busy

5 PM: Usually busy

6 PM: Usually busy

7 PM: Usually busy

8 PM: Usually busy

9 PM: Usually as busy as it gets

5 PM: Usually busy

6 PM: Usually busy

7 PM: Usually busy

8 PM: Usually not too busy

Other Information

Service options: Dine-in · Kerbside pickup · No-contact delivery
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Rossoblu discount code: We have not received any information please see the menu
Hours:
Days of weekOpen hours
Wednesday
5 pm - 9 pm
Thursday
5 pm - 9 pm
Friday
5 pm - 9:30 pm
Saturday
5 pm - 9:30 pm
Sunday
5 pm - 9 pm
Monday
5 pm - 9 pm
Tuesday
5 pm - 9 pm

Rossoblu menu price

Rossoblu

4.6761 Google reviews

Rossoblu restaurant reviews:

Herbert Rivas
I love vibes, I love amazing quality food, I love alcohol, and I freaking love amazing service. Sadly didn't make a reservation but no worries I was not going to leave empty handed. They gave us an amazing bar experience. We had an amazing bartender, Noah thank you for keeping us entertained and taking us on a drinking journey. This place hit all the right spots. JUST GO AND EXPERIENCE THIS!
Asha Raman
We had a corporate dinner event at Rossoblu. The reservation for the group and selecting the pre-fixed menu was efficient to coordinate. The outdoor patio seating area is very nicely set up. The waiters were extremely attentive and checked in often for water refills or drinks. They brought out the individual courses. The house bread and dips were a great start to the tasting menu. Unique twists on traditional Italian recipes - eggplant, lasagna, risotto, gelato with balsamic....all of which were very well liked. Overall, highly recommend the unique experience and wonderful service.
Boston Irish2009
This place is amazing !!! We walked in and the server Colin greeted us with a big smile and went over the menu and explained the food comes when it’s ready. Colin made great suggestions and was on top of our service all night. The bread was 1/2 a loaf and the spreads for them were out of this world. The salad had perfect amount of dressing and delicious the pork meatballs were on a skewer and just perfect. The best part of the night was the enormous pork chop! It was bigger than the serving dish. Cooked juicy and flavorfulThe chicken and sausage was great too! The cooked greens a perfect match
regis kwong
Downtown LA has many hidden gem restaurants. Especially in China Town and Art District areas, many new and great restaurants have sprung up with amazing foods. Rossoblu is one of those restaurants hidden near the Art district and flower districts.My daughter wanted to celebrate Father's Day with us early as she is traveling to New York tomorrow for the week. Since I love Italian food, she chose this restaurant based on Yelp recommendation.Although this was our first time here, we felt like we knew their foods. Most of the food on the menus were familiar to us. We ordered a few dishes to share to have a family style dinner so we all can sample the food.We just loved all the food we ordered. The seafood fritto Misto was excellent. Love the idea of mixing olive, lemons and calamari to create an interesting appetizer rather than just offering a boring fried calamari like all other restaurants.We also liked their tortellini pasta with meat sauce. Rossoblu is known for this dish. The pasta was perfectly cooked and the meat sauce was delicious.If you like breads, Rossoblu has the most delicious house bread. The breads were made in open fire rendering the breads tasting fantastic. This is a must order item.Hanger steak is another of our favorite dishes. Besides toasting the breads, the open fire oven is extensively use to grill steaks. Our hanger steak was grilled to medium and it was delectable.Farro cheesecake was our choice of dessert to finish our evening of early Father's Day celebration.The restaurant provides valet parking but we parked our car on the street next to the restaurant.
Min Li Fu
I'm definitely bookmarking this as a place to impress. After almost driving into a building (thanks Tesla map), we realized the restaurant is actually the building in front. We valet our car for $12, excluding tip, and head inside. I would not recommend parking on the streets. We weren't sure which area is the restaurant but it's the one to the right. Or maybe the whole area belongs to the restaurant.The drink menu looks interesting enough for cocktail lovers. We were a big group and everybody said their cocktails were delicious. I had mocktail, the Orange Mojito, and it was good. I ordered 2.A variety of starters were ordered to share, such as the meatballs, 24-month prosciutto, eggplants, and bread basket. My favorites were the eggplant and breadbasket. I am not an eggplant lover and it was done right.The star of the entree was definitely the rib eye. The pork chop was also really good too. Both were done medium-rare and seasoned nicely.Other dishes such as the pasta were great too. Unfortunately, I forgot the name so please refer to the pictures.The surprisingly good dish that I learned from this place is the Brodo. OMG... I love soup so I'm bias BUT the Parmigianino Reggiano Dumplings are OUT OF THIS WORLD.Can't forget the dessert.. the tiramisu and olive oil cake were also spectacular.
Michael Uzmann
Considered to be one of Los Angeles’ quintessential Restaurants since 2017 Rossoblu has managed to succeed despite a humble backstory, Chef Steve Samson’s childhood summers in Bologna combining with his love of Southern California in an industrial Dining Room with service that is casual yet thoroughly charming.Currently with a covered outdoor patio during mask mandates, vaccine-cards checked before being offered a table between large murals and a golden bar, Rossoblu immediately feels high end despite modest pricing that extends from Wine to Food including everything from handmade Pasta to Samson’s “Superfine Pizza.”An homage of sorts to Emilia-Romagna, the menu well-edited and prone to change, decisions do not come easy in terms of how to order, though Valbruna’s Eggplant proves worthy of its signature status as gently cooked slices dance amidst what might otherwise be a very competent Caprese.Lower in terms of volume than other LA eateries though music turns up as sun goes down, the Rossoblu Bread Basket is adequate albeit a bit pricey with Anchovy Butter outpacing the other two Condiments and slices better saved for scarpetta of Sauces such as Bechamel brightened by Citrus atop Baked Fazzoetti.Dedicating a section of the menu “en Brodo,” mixed Pork inside Tortellini better than most in Italy thanks to Broth that is clean and clear, Pizza here eats far better than from the Superfine window as crust forms a robust cornicione around bright Sauce, mixed Onions, Smoked Mozz, Mushrooms and Garlic.A mix of local and imported ingredients, “Olimpia’s Tagliatelle” standing out thanks to al dente ribbons and just enough Bolognese made from whole animals butchered downstairs plus “dry-aged Beef Fat,” be sure not to overlook thicker Maltagliati as a canvas to Pioppini Mushrooms, Saba and bitter Greens.Keeping Dessert simple, no fancy plating for the #gram, Rossoblu’s Apple Crostata falls short of others as a result of Apples too firm and room-temperature service while Olive Oil Cake with a sugared top is toothsome yet delicate and good on its own, but better dragged through creamy Ricotta.
Zlatko Zahirović
The area around Rossoblu is awesome, very clean and just reminds me of parts of Spain. The waiters were nice and the area around the restaurant was spaceous. They put a large tent over the front part of the restaurant which greatly boosted the seating capacity. They also offer pizzas that are offered by a pizza joint that's walking distance away. Good food!

frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Where is Rossoblu?
Rossoblu is located at: 1124 San Julian St, Los Angeles, CA 90015, United States
What is the phone number of Rossoblu?
You can try to dialing this number +1 213-749-1099 or find more information on their website www.rossoblula.com
Where are the coordinates of the Rossoblu?
Latitude:34.034925
Longitude:-118.2533583

Rossoblu Ask and answer

what time do you open on Sunday and can we come in just for cocktails
We open at 5pm. Our hours are listed on our website. We are open Weds through Sunday from 5pm to 10pm. With the current mandate in effect, everyone who enters our restaurant and drinks at our bar needs to show proof of vaccination. At our bar, we welcome our guests to enjoy cocktails. Thank you for asking us.
I was wondering if the food is any good. I would love to eat here when I get a chance to visit California
I would highly recommend it. Don't let the neighborhood put you off, the restaurant is great!
I can't see your thanksgiving menu. How do I find it? Thanks.
Hello Roberta, We will be closed for Thanksgiving. There seem to be some great options here https://la.eater.com/maps/dining-out-takeout-thanksgiving-day-los-angeles-2020 Hope to see you at Rossoblu another time!
Hi! I was wondering when the restaurant will be open for dining in? If it is open for take-out and delivery, are there QR Code menus and contactless payment options available?
Apoorva- thank you for asking. We will reopen on Thursday, June 18. We are offering takeout and delivery. We are offering one time use menus, menu on website for mobile and we are working on the functionality of the QR and contactless payment. Thank you for asking.
(Translated by Google) Hi ... I saw a service on your restaurant for #saporeitaliano airing now on an Italian channel ... I am from Bologna and I support #rossoblucalcio .. compliments true Emilian dishes !!!! Very good who does the dough !!!! (Original) Salve ...ho visto un servizio sul vostro ristorante per #saporeitaliano in onda ora su un canale italiano ...io sono di Bologna e tifo #rossoblucalcio .. complimenti veri piatti emiliani !!!! Bravissimo chi fa la sfoglia!!!!
(Translated by Google) Thank you! Come on Bologna !!! (Original) Grazie! Forza Bologna!!!
The restaurant is closed??
There was a fire recently and they're closed until further notice. The process with the insurance company is taking longer than expected. No re-opening date has been set.
Is the place often full?
Yes
Is it okay to bring my own wine?
It is fine to bring wine We charge a corkage fee to open outside alcohol in our establishment. We have a $30 per bottle corkage fee. If you buy a bottle of wine from us - we waive that corkage fee (per each bottle purchased from us) We have a two bottle limit of outside bottles of alcohol that can be brought into our establishment. Hope to see you soon, Georgia.
please let me know where is the best place to park Saturday at 6PM
There is plenty of street parking. The homeless population is near which can be unsightly, but not dangerous.
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