Westlake Village is a city in Los Angeles County on its western border with Ventura County. The population was estimated to be at 8,473 in 2014, up from 8,368 at the 2000 census. The headquarters of the Dole Food Company is also located in Westlake Village.
Things to do in Westlake Village
4.5 based on 526 reviews
Restaurant Hours: SUN-THUR 11:30am-9:30pm FRI-SAT 11:30am-10:00pm Happy Hour Sunday All day until 6:00 PM Monday - Friday 4:00 - 6:00 PM. Patio seating! Lure Fish House was created with the goal of providing you with a Top Tier Seafood Experience featuring fresh and sustainable seafood from trusted sources. Our restaurant strives to provide locally caught seafood, organically grown local produce, and wines from local vineyards whenever possible. We also feature a full bar with specialty cocktails, and an oyster bar serving a variety of fresh items that can vary daily. Lure specializes in Mesquite charbroiled seafood while also providing uniquely prepared selections by our chef. We print our menus daily to reflect availability and guarantee freshness. Our primary goal is to provide you, our guest, a fun and exciting seafood experience. So just remember, "if you are looking for a healthy and delicious dish...Eat more fish!"
Four of us dined and had some appetizers, the variety offered is staggering. Entrees this time were fish and chips, salmon, scallops and chiopini. Every entree was great. We even had some desert. Too bad it’s so far from Colorado!
4.5 based on 203 reviews
Located in beautiful Westlake Village CA, Tuscany Il Ristorante invites you for an enticing dining experience. Chef/owner, Tommaso Barletta, has created a true upscale Italian menu with flavors that linger on your palette, bringing you back for more. Enjoy your evening as the experienced staff glides around the dining room, always ready with a smile. Whether you are interested in a quiet celebration, a business meeting, or out with your family Tuscany's versatile menu and award winning wine list can meet your needs.
We have dined at Tuscany for years and every visit is consistently good. The food preparation and Incredible flavors reminds me of my dining experiences in Italy. They put effort in to their dishes and its obvious. In my opinion there is no Italian restaurant in the area that compares and that extends to Los Angeles. I also want to mention that Kevin our waiter makes the dining experience a complete pleasure - thanks Kevin for your attentive service and personality.
4.5 based on 255 reviews
Perhaps the first thing to know about the Stonehaus is that it has its own vineyards. Yes, actual vineyards you can walk through. I don't know that you can get actual wine made from the grapes, but what is offered is varied and excellent. The food offerings in the Stonehaus itself are light but varied. They often have very nice music as well. On top of this, the cafe/wine bar is part of a larger complex with other bars and restaurants and a lovely little miniature lake. So overall it's just a very sweet peaceful place to be, with just the right amount of sociability, if you want it, or places to sit comfortably alone. A rare spot in LA and worth seeking out.
4.5 based on 296 reviews
Brent's Deli features more than 650 items on its menu, as well as take-out, delivery anywhere in Southern California and catering for 20 or 2,000.
Far and away the best deli in the Conejo Valley, Brent's serves consistently excellent food, especially sandwiches. The soups are also very good. I usually order and pastrami sandwich or Turkey melt and my family enjoys the varieties of egg breakfast dishes.
4 based on 266 reviews
Very nice. Décor, location by a golf course / lake, lovely.
The table olive tapenade is wonderful. I actually included it with my salad dressing. Lunch sandwich was a grilled chicken with brie cheese: to die for. You don't need the entire sandwich as it is very rich. I suggest sharing.
I am a foodie, a cook and difficult to please. With this being said, I'll be back.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
Specializing in fresh seafood and sushi, ONYX at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village offers delectable Asian fare. Backlit wall panels of semi-precious stones, such as carnelian and onyx, create a dramatic dining atmosphere. Bamboo floors, Japanese antiques and chandeliers grace the main dining room, while silk lanterns hanging over the sushi bar give an exotic feel. Watch while the freshest Japanese delicacies are being prepared, or sip a drink at the bar, where colourful aquatic creatures live in a double-sided, 2,000-gallon (7,571-litre) saltwater aquarium. A variety of sushi, sashimi and specialty hand rolls complement delectable Asian-influenced seafood creations. The menu offers many options to sample a variety of dishes, intended to be shared at the table. Also pairing well with Japanese cuisine is an extensive wine list featuring choices from California and around the world.
Very good service and atmosphere. The sushi is excellent and the sake menu is outstanding. The dinner menu dishes that are not Sushi oriented were a bit disappointing. This is an expensive, upscale restaurant that is appropriate for a special event, like an anniversary, birthday, etc.
4 based on 184 reviews
This was our second visit. They have a lovely patio right above the lake (Westlake) and comfortable indoor room. Noise level is low, so you can have a conversation. The drinks are generous and well made. The food (seafood risotto and spaghetti/meatballs) was first rate; the service is friendly and attentive. In short, nothing we didn't love about this place.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
This restaurant never misses a beat.
The service is always so professional and attentive. Timing is perfect.
I started with the Caesar salad. The dressing is delicious. The cheese crisp is a good touch.
I asked for an appetiser portion of the scallop with corn and bacon bits. I could have had a main course portion it was so good.
I followed that with the filet mignon, cooked rare plus. The people in the kitchen understand temperature of meat. It was perfectly cooked.
The mushrooms and heirloom carrots were wonderful.
This is the Best restaurant in the whole area.
My wife had the six hour braised beef, which she loved.
She also had the Caesar salad and loved that too.
4.5 based on 81 reviews
Inspired by New Zealand's laid back environment, Aroha, is a classy-casual fine dining restaurant located in Westlake Village. Aroha was founded in September 2014 by Award Winning New Zealand Chef, Gwithyen Thomas, and his wife, Justine. Meaning love and compassion in Maori, Aroha is dedicated in loving memory to Gwithyen's mother Athena, and Justine's grandfather, Harold. Chef Thomas creatively designs his dishes to showcase the best flavor combinations, without masking the natural flavor. Aroha's menu consists of locally sourced predominately organic produce; free-range and grass-fed organic meats primarily flown in from New Zealand; and seafood flown in directly from New Zealand, less than 48 hours fresh from the water. Proudly catering to customers with allergies and dietary restrictions, Aroha's menu is 100% gluten-free or gluten-free optional; our dishes are made fresh to order therefore we can customize for any allergies you may have. Aroha's beverage program includes a wine list with only New Zealand wines by the glass, a rotating selection of New Zealand beers and local craft beers, and an outdoor cocktail bar. Our non-alcoholic beverages includes a range of speciality sodas with unique hand picked ingredients including Elderflower, Blackcurrant, and Feijoa; as well as New Zealand's award-winning Antipodes Artisan Still and Sparkling water.
Aroha is not for everyone!
But if you appreciate amazing food quality, if you appreciate all the ingredients are naturally and humanely grown and imported from New Zealand, if you can appreciate that most of the produce is grown within 15 mile from AROHA, and can really appreciate food quality, Aroha if fro you!
For me and my three friends it was a delightful evening on all counts! It was the first in a long time that a dared eating a full three course dinner and did not have to deal with any negative consequence. I had meats, and chicken and fish and side and the quality was so good that everything agreed with my system; I had no heartburn or any digestion problem, That is food integrity across the board!
The raw ingredients used at AROHA are top quality and the world class young chef, Gwyth, performs miracles in the kitchen. The rack of Elk was exquisite; the chicken melted in our mouths and the fish was a delight.
In short, if you are looking for something special and have the palate to appreciate top quality food combined with elegant and warm ambiance every bite while soaking in the aroma of the patio and the food, AROHA is for you.
If you are just looking to feed your hunger with another piece of abused chicken or cow, or doughy Pizza, the fast foods around the corner would be your perfect option.
4 based on 194 reviews
David, our server/waiter, while formal was much more friendlier than our last experience. Starter Mixed green salads were nothing special. Dover Sole was an ample serving and was ok but way overpriced. Kobe meatloaf was not to my husband's palate. Malbec and Guiness were fine. Dining setting is just not conducive to table conversation with another couple due to the noise level in the restaurant.
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