Large, loud and lovely, Bottega Louie offers a diverse menu of fine Italian cuisine and features a cafÃ© with full bar, gourmet market and even a patisserie.
Bottega Louie is a large and loud Italian restaurant in downtown Los Angeles that specializes in serving fine cuisine in an elegant environment. With a very diverse menu that includes over 600 recipes, Bottega Louie can please any palate with its wide array of gourmet pizzas, pastas, soups, salads, seafood and meats, not to mention over 30 choices of smaller plates and appetizers.
Opened in 2009, Bottega Louie is a shining star when it comes to Italian restaurants in downtown Los Angeles. A white marble floor, imposing pillars and high ceiling give Bottega Louie a simply luxurious atmosphere, and the meals served in this ritzy location are nothing short of gourmet. From steak served with black truffle sauce to the delicious Burrata pizza and Portobello fries, Bottega Louie takes traditional Italian dishes and infuses them with innovative twists from a new perspective. The menu is quite expansive and features palate-pleasing fare such as salads, pizzas, pasta, appetizers, sides, soups, entrees, sandwiches, poultry, meats and seafood as well as 30 kinds of small plates, appetizers, and sides. A large and loud restaurant with a sea of tables, Bottega Louie features an open kitchens and a romantic, elegant setting that is usually packed with happy diners from morning until night. More than a restaurant, Bottega Louie also includes a café area with full bar, a gourmet grocery market and a side patisserie whose macaroons, beignets and éclairs are to die for. Racking up numerous accolades during its short existence, Bottega Louie has become one of the best bets for fine dining in downtown Los Angeles.
Bottega Louie is housed in the former Brockman Building, a 12-story classical and Romanesque revival building from 1912 that was once home to several department stores and at one point was being turned into upscale condos.