Mother's Day Menus & Specials
We offer our normal a la carte menu so our Mother's day diners can enjoy their favorite Osteria Mozza dishes. Book your table early to guarantee Mom has a great table at which to celebrate!
Sunday, 12 May, 2019
What Insiders Are Saying
One of LA's finest Italian restaurants, Osteria Mozza in Hollywood is still very much at the top of its game.
A great dining experience for the second time. We'll be back for sure!
Food was delicious and the service was fantastic.
Date night with the wife. Food was Amazing and the staff was very helpful except for the bread guy who just watched us. You’d think he would have offered more bread, but he just stood there. Our waiter was on top of it and the sommelier was courteous since we decided on a cocktail. Not a cheap date, but as stated earlier, the food here was amazing.
Continues to be outstanding, with tremendous care in prep, incredibly vibrant and subtle flavors, and great service.
I was expecting a lot more from this place. The entire experience was terrible. Too pricy for what you get. Not a lot of options for vegetarians. Small (I mean very small) portions. We basically ended up paying $150 for a kale salad and two pieces of mozzarella, oh yea and a $35 glass of wine that was of course chosen by our waitress. It’s over rated and was honestly very disappointed. Last note: WTF is the $14 valet for? Really??? Do you fill up my tank with that???? So mad!
Everything was top quality. Burrata Pugliese was smooth, rich and flavorful. Orrechiette with Sausage was tasting with a hint of hotness. Branzino was fresh and large enough to share between two people...fried rather than the traditional grill was an interesting take. We skipped dessert because portions were generous. Wine list emphasizes Italian blends with a few champagnes for good measure. Very impressive and delicious experience.
Food isn’t anything amazing
Service was great
Value for food isn’t great - maybe better for the service
This very appealing physically restaurant no longer has the food to match. Actually, apart from their famous pizzas next door, they never really did. Their known name owner, Nancy Silverton, got her name in lights when she had a bread bakery, but we were never able to figure out why. She linked up with some big names and for the first couple of years we were caught up in the smoke and mirrors along with so many others who should have known better. Every time, we left saying that it must be that we just didn't know how to order there. We have a long list of the dishes we have tried and rejected (like their oxtail concoction which made us gag at the taste and grab our water glasses) very mundane pastas, and a tiny list of first courses that we would order again. Even there, there were warning signs, like a $20 or so burrata with the texture of cottage cheese. The single talent they have their is a pastry chef so go there for a cappuccino - they've got to be able to make that right - and a dessert.
You may wish to go here with the tourists for the environment, but go to Hippo or so many others for the huge food talent, like Milo and Olive for super food at about one third the price in a hip but not showy ambience. Also, no one is charging $30 per glass for wine any more except here, high end hotels, and one or two other tourist attractions like Spago - which, however, still has talent in the kitchen. Spago is expensive but is not a money machine like Osteria Mozza. If you can't resist having the experience of going here, you at least will have a good laugh comparing their prices with the better restaurants in L.A. However, if you actually order one of their so special dishes, you won't be laughing any more.
It was a wonderful dining experience!
Always a treat. Coming here makes me feel good about being shut out at Felix...again.
Not a bad dish in the house.
Nancy, these noodles were made for slurppin’.
Food and service excellent. Appetizers good. Amazing Italian wine list. The sommelier selected the most perfect wine according to our preferences. Amazing wine. My fish was good but it’s hot on a cold surface with hummus. It makes the fish cold.
All these years later it’s is still trendy, still impeccable food, and still busy... bravo!
Food was all over salted and did not live up to expectations. Lightning is so dark it’s impossible to read a menu without a flashlight. we heard Pizza Mozza was great but our experience missed the mark.
We were highly recommended here as San Francisco transplants to dine for a big birthday occasion/first la spot to eat. Unfortunately we were not very pleased with the service or food. We were hoping for more guidance when it came to pairing our food.
It wasn’t a bad experience...just not what we were hoping for. I had a bug in my salad...understandable, given it is organic. Just not the best way to start off a coursed meal.
We had a nice time and found positives throughout but unfortunately won’t be returning. All my best!
Absolutely unreal on all accounts. Mixologist and sommelier were very helpful. Food was impeccable and the wait staff were knowledgeable and professional.
Wine steward was excellent. The server, not so much.
Lovely but certainly overpriced...what would have improved the dining experience would have been having our waiter (pleasant, but not as charming as one would hope) be our "food guide" from beginning
There was a flurry of servers and it would have been more enjoyable had our waiter be our server as
Fantastic food and Service! Best Italian restaurant in Los Angles.
Great Wine list!
Food was surprisingly sub par - not up to the usual standards
Have wanted to dine here for a while, definitely lives up to the hype. Great food and very good service.
Osteria Mozza was great! The food and service were impeccable. My only complaint (and it was very minor indeed) is that when my date and I arrived to a nearly empty restaurant (they had just opened for dinner service) we were sat directly next to a party of 4 when there were plenty of other tables that would have offered a slightly more intimate date night experience. Otherwise, everything was on point!
The menu is amazing! The service is also amazing. The wine list.... yep you guessed it, also, AMAZING!
Been to the Pizzeria a couple of times and this was my first time trying Osteria and what an experience it was! The food was at another level and there's a reason why it's still tough to get a reservation at this place after all of these years. The atmosphere was great and the food was out of this world. You MUST try the Nancy's deconstructed Caesar salad, you simply will not believe how they can get so much flavor out of such a simple dish. Everything else we had tasted great too, from the Spaghetti Calabrese , to the asparagus, the different kinds of bread and of course the dessert! They had great Negroni's and naturally a great wine selection as well. This place is an absolute must and the price is on the reasonable side compared to other "high end restaurants" and definitely worth the price of admission!
Dinner wasnt impressive at all. Brussel sprout salad was far too salty, mozzarella trio sampler lacked in flavor,my boyfriends pasta was just ok and sadly I didnt care for the octopus at all. Our second round of drinks took forever to recieve and his sazerack had far too much bitters.
Overall, I was disappointed. Will continue to frequent Terroni DTLA which has far better cuisine and service at a reasonable prices.
Wonderful Ambiance and Decor. Incredible wine list to pair with the michelin qualite cuisine. But most of all, its the high quality level of service. Always a pleasure to enjoy our special occasions at Osteria Mozza.
It was fine. Service should have been better for the amount we spent.
Nice pasta selection and great to share.
Great food, even better experience. The sommelier, Dustin, guided me through their (huge) collection of Barolos, wisely suggesting a 2006 Vietti for early drinking, which we slowly savored sip-by-sip over the course of the dinner. Cannot recommend enough.
In a few words Osteria Mozza is a true experience:
Sommelier to the table, fresh bread served on a tray, delicious homemade pasta and great service.
The best Italian restaurant I have ever been to ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Always excellent in all categories!!!
From the outstanding service to the delicious food, Osteria Mozza is a place we will return to for birthday and anniversary celebrations. Amazing shaved Brussel sprouts. Scrumptious goat cheese ravioli, incomparable chocolate coconut gelato and huckleberry bombalinos with unbelievably creamy lemon ice cream. Our best meal there ever.
Consistently the best meal we have in LA. Terrific service and good value.
Wow!! Look no further for stylish, Italian dining! The service is impeccable and the food is beyond outstanding! The best italian meal we’ve EVER had. The wine list is also very impressive, and from start to finish, a night we will remember!!
Have been there many times. Food was great. Service was good. Only problem our server was not to be found. Tight up to check time--- had to walk around and ask other staff to help find her. Despite that, I tipped her well.
We went for a birthday dinner. The tables can be cozy with another group. However, the food was fantastic.
We were a bit underwhelmed on this visit to Mozza The mozzarella tasting platter with spreads was not very appealing with very hard toasted bread. the rib eye was served in a broth We’ve had a great meal the last time we visited but this time we were disappointed. A very expensive meal that wasn’t worthy of the bill.
We had a lovely evening & they were very accommodating our waitress was helpful & we split dishes so we could try more.
What is more than delicious and decadent? This Restaurant is! Thank you Nancy and every single person who works here. Everything is superb.
We had a great evening at Osteria Mozza! The staff was excellent and the bread was delicious. The orecchiette with sausage and chard was a little too salty for me, but the texture was perfect. The duck ragu had just the right amount of acidity, and the pi day pie was the best I’ve had in a while.