Party Earth Review Popular with a lively clientele of young couples, groups of friends, and sports enthusiasts alike, The Belmont is an upbeat bar and restaurant perfect for early evening dinner, pre-club drinks, and a hopping weekend scene... ... read full review
747 North La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90069
M–F 9:30am–2am, Sa–Su 9am–2am
BEVERLY GROVE, LOS ANGELES –
Popular with a lively clientele of young couples, groups of friends, and sports enthusiasts alike, The Belmont is an upbeat bar and restaurant perfect for early evening dinner, pre-club drinks, and a hopping weekend scene.
The simple décor is punctuated by ten flat-screen TVs tuned to sports that draw crowds of fans on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, who gather at the tables and booths to cheer on their team, while those more interested in socializing, line up at the popular make-your-own Bloody Mary Bar.
Weekdays see a steady stream of chatty diners and daters settling into tables along the front windows for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, a vibrant scene that transitions into an energetic atmosphere in the evenings, when an outgoing crowd of young professionals flocks in for the excellent Happy Hour specials and a cocktail or two on the patio.
Still later, fun-loving singles looking to mingle show up to get a good buzz on before heading to the clubs. Always animated, The Belmont maintains a boisterous vibe that brings patrons in for pre-party revelry.
Young professionals, sports enthusiasts, ex-frat guys, and aspiring actors, mid-20s to 30s.
DJ spins classic rock, jazz, pop/rock, and alternative. Karaoke on Sunday nights. Bloody Mary Bar Saturdays and Sundays 10am–4pm. Check their twitter feed @thebelmont_cafe for DJ updates.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served. Early Bird Special daily before 10am. Big Bucket Mondays feature cheap crab legs. Happy Hour daily 4–7pm.
Appetizers $11–$15, salads $8–$16, burgers $13–$15, most entrées $20–$35, four-course meal $29/W after 7pm. Beer $6–$8, wine $8–$18, cocktails $10+, shots $7–$11. Valet $7.
Casual on weekdays: sleeveless tops, jeans, flats. Dressier on weekends: fitted pants, Lacoste shirts, H&M tops, heels. Dress code: no shorts, sandals, oversized t-shirts, tank tops, or workout outfits after 7pm.
Fridays and Saturdays for dinner and pre-going out drinks, and Sundays for big crowds both day and night.
Oak Fire Pizzeria and Pub (829 North La Cienega Boulevard) offers great wood-fired pizzas and big-screen TVs tuned to sports.