Fig & Olive

Lounge / Mediterranean Restaurant
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Fig & Olive - Lounge | Mediterranean Restaurant in Los Angeles.
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  • Phone:

    310-360-9100

  • Hours:

    Restaurant: M–T noon–2:45pm and 6–10:30pm, W–Th noon–2:45pm and 6–11pm, F–Sa noon–2:45pm and 5:30–11:30pm, Su 11am–2:45pm and 6–10pm
    Bar & Lounge: M–W, Su 5:30pm–midnight, Th–Sa 5pm–1am

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    30s, 40s, Affluent, Ambient, Blazers, Blouses, Brunch, Club Kids, Couples, DJ, Date Place, Designer Jeans, Dinner, Dresses, Dressy, Expensive, Fashion Forward, Foodies, High Heels, Locals, Lunch, Mediterranean Food, Mid 20s, Moderate, Occasional Celebrity, Outdoor Area, Pasta, Pretentious, Professional Types, Seafood, Small Plates, Smoking Area, Sophisticated, Steak, Trendy Casual, Trendy Crowd, Upscale, Valet Parking
  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Fig & Olive User Reviews

Average rating:
So Lovely!
Lilit A. Jun 5, 2013
I came here last year for mother's day and i cant wait to go back next time! The vibe inside is very trendy yet relaxing and very elegant. It is just the perfect place for a cute lunch date or an elegant romantic date night. Now lets talk about the food: WOW Everything is delicious! I got the steak when i went and i can still taste it in my mouth, juicy and cooked to perfection. My mom and sister got different types of pastas which they loved! The service was really good, the servers were very attentive and got us anything we needed. Great place!
A Delicious Mecca for Food and Cocktails
catherine c. May 15, 2013
I cannot get enough of this place! I dream of their cocktails, I kid you not. I have come to Fig and Olive several times with friends, and each time is even more spectacular than the rest. The olive oil tasting is something that I had never tried before and definitely worth a try. I always get the risotto which is PHENOMENAL! With the attractive waiters and knowledgeable bartenders, (have I said enough about the drinks?) I can't imagine a better place for a night out with friends and/or family. My best friend and her girlfriend celebrated their anniversary here and it was definitely an experience neither of them will forget.
The best
Rachel S. Nov 30, 2012
I LOVE fig and olive. I have been here for so many occasions. I have come for birthday parties, girls nights out and even a graduation party. Every time I have been here I always see a celebrity so if you want to do some siting definitely come here. Other than the scene there is also great food! I recommend everything. Their seating is very interesting and I love how the bar is set up. You also have the option to sit outside which is very cosy. I recommend coming here over and over again and you will never be disappointed.
simple, chic, and fun
Nisha S. Nov 18, 2012
Fig and Olive is a gorgeous, naturally lit, modern restaurant on one of the best shopping streets in LA, Melrose Place. When you walk into the large restaurant, you see simple and clean lines in the décor that make the restaurant so chic. The bright restaurant is decorated with greenery, and it feels as though you’re in a garden. The walls are lined with the restaurant’s signature olive oils from all over the world. There are multiple dining areas at Fig and Olive, including an outdoor patio, a bar and lounge area, and two floors of tables indoors. Each time that I’ve been to Fig and Olive I have found that the staff is extremely friendly and accommodating. The crostini is a popular appetizer. I’d definitely recommend it. You can try three or six different kinds. The salads are all really fresh and tasty, and the burger is yummy if you’re looking for something more filling. Fig and Olive is also really good for brunch. Try their fig and walnut pancakes. They are thick, fluffy, doughy, and all around delicious. My favorite part about Fig and Olive is the olive oil sampling that comes before your meal. You get to try three different oils from different regions. It’s fun to taste the distinct differences among them. Fig and Olive is right by some of the best stores in LA, so it’s a great place to grab brunch or lunch before an afternoon of shopping.
Such a Great Restaurant! A definite place to go!
Jade W. Nov 13, 2012
Fig and Olive is such a great restaurant. The food is absolutely amazing especially their specialty crostini's. I tried multiple items on the menu and everything is amazingly good! The staff is super friendly and when I went I had a long conversation with my waitress, she was super sweet and friendly and made the experience even better than it already was. The actual restaurant is huge and has beautiful decor. It is big enough to have it for a special event. The dress is fancier than some other restaurants in the area but it definitely adds to the atmosphere. Fig and Olive is such a great restaurant and a definite place to go with your parents if you want to have a nice dinner with some great food. They have valet so you don't need to worry about parking. This restaurant is a definite place to go for some great food and a great time!
Great Place for Friends and Visiting Parents
Sara G. Nov 8, 2012
Fig & Olive in West Hollywood is sceney enough to be fun, but not so sceney that it's outwardly obnoxious. The food is fantastic. It's also a very specific menu - the chefs have a vision and don't allow substitutions. This is a really great place to get brunch. Not only is their brunch menu delish, they get a huge amount of natural light streaming through skylights, making it an ideal place to nurse a few mimosas and pick at your eggs Benedict. I've been here with friends on several occasions and also with my family on Mother's Day - they put on a very nice prix fixe menu, and had a live jazz trio. Love coming here for brunch and then shopping at the boutiques on Melrose Place and if it's Sunday, hitting up the small farmers market that shuts down this small treet found in between La Cienega and Melrose Avenue. Brunch pricing is fairly average but prices get a bit steeper, and the crowd is much more sceney when it gets around to dinner. If you haven't been to Fig & Olive, I'd suggest checking it out either for a nice birthday brunch with mom followed by shopping on Melrose, or with a group of girlfriends. You'll enjoy the food and the cocktails. Yum!
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