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z78gml | Feb 5, 201907:23 AM    

Hi everyone, I'm debating which restaurant to choose. I have a wedding anniversary nearing and want to pick something Michelin worthy. My favorite restaurant in L.A is Providence. I've tried Bazaar on a Dine L.A menu not too long ago and I must say.... I wasn't too thrilled. However, Somni has been a place that I've been wanting to try. I believe the tastings are completely different.

Then, I see all this talk about Vespertine... What restaurant to you recommend at this price range $250pp? It doesn't have to be Vespertine or Somni. I've also tried Melisse before and it wasn't anything for me to remember. Maybe, because I didn't get the most expensive menu at the time. I just compare everything to Providence. Is it bad?

Any suggestions are appreciated.

The Bazaar by José Andrés
Providence
Vespertine
Somni
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