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Cuisine: New American Price: Expensive

  • Hours: Sun-Thu, 6-11pm; Fri-Sat, 6pm-2am
  • Public Transit and Parking: Valet, Street parking
  • Reservations: Highly Recommended
  • Payment Options: MasterCard, Visa, American Express
  • Dress: Casual
  • Seats: 45
  • Key People: Executive Chef - Jon Shook, Vinny Dotolo; Owners - Jon Shook, Vinny Dotolo

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Animal, in Los Angeles, is the epitome of a promiscuously meaty approach to cooking. - Frank Bruni

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Travelers who seek luxury dining and museum visits all on one itinerary should check out this trip planner! Many people are unaware that Los Angeles boasts a great culinary scene with superb restaurants and dining rooms that are as elegant as those found in the best restaurants in Europe. The last trip planner I used for Los Angeles completely left out hotspots like Mr. Chow, Tower Bar and The Palm. This time I saved Travel with Carnet’s Los Angeles suggested itineraries to my TravelCarnet on my mobile phone. The insider addresses I get with the Carnet guide really help me feel like I am staying on top of the best places to have a business dinner or culinary experience. The guide suggests: - Mr. Chow, a go to for celebs and their agents for gourmet classic Chinese cuisine - Madeo is a hidden gem that keeps well known actors and today’s young stars craving for their Italian menu with classic service and old Hollywood style - Foodies will love Animal, a Hollywood cool meat lover’s eatery where offal and delicacies are served to today's hottest stars - La Boheme, a French inspired bistro has been a go-to for Parisian classics alongside the entertainment industry's who's who