Cuisine: American, Seafood, Steakhouse
Inspired by Sunset Blvd. and the mystique of Old Hollywood, BLVD owns the most beautiful steakhouse space in the city. Bathed in tones of taupe and mauve with sparkles from crystal chandeliers, BLVD... Read More
Inspired by Sunset Blvd. and the mystique of Old Hollywood, BLVD owns the most beautiful steakhouse space in the city. Bathed in tones of taupe and mauve with sparkles from crystal chandeliers, BLVD is like Grace Kelly - a cool, elegant knockout. Even the bathrooms are stunning. The restaurant evokes a fondness for the past through thoughtful service, jazz tunes, some forgotten recipes (Lobster Thermidor, anyone?) and reimagined classics. If you sense the scent of Palo Santo, it's because diners are ordering "Churchhill's Breakfast," a cocktail comprised of Bank Note 5yr. Scotch, Carpano Antica, Palo Santo and Cinnamon. There are plenty of other retro and reimagined drinks as well as a deep roster of grapes by the glass or bottle. Choose caviar service, seafood tower, briny oysters, shrimp cocktail or a light hamchi crudo if you want to save your appetite for some Lobster Bisque or Onion Soup Fondue. Of the filets, a 14oz bone-In is supreme - but you may be feeling A-5 Wagyu or a hefty 32oz Porterhouse. Scallops, Branzino, and a Kilgus Farms Berkshire pork chop are worthy contenders. Executive Chef Johnny Besch manages to make his side of cauliflower, roasted and piqued with thinly sliced chilis, stand out from all the others in the city.
- Romantic Dining: "Thursdays, Beverage Director Ted Rink selects vintage wines from distributors, inventory and wine auctions to offer wine by-the-glass to guests at cost."
- Best for Romantic Dining Because: Nothing can beat the celebratory experience of a night at a great steakhouse and BLVD supplies the seductive atmosphere and deftly seasoned steaks and seafood.