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Littlefork



1600 Wilcox Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90028

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(323) 465-3675

Hours

  • Sunday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Monday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

Cuisine: Seafood Restaurants


4.8 of 5.0 from 30 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • Tabetha JonesPickled beets!

    55555 by Tabetha Jones


  • Queenie C.One of the best oyster happy hours in L.A. A must.

    55555 by Queenie C.


  • Los Angeles TimesDino Balocchi, who used to tend bar at Chicago's well-regarded Longman & Eagle, concocts bitters-intensive variations on sours, daisies and Manhattans here.

    55555 by Los Angeles Times


  • Los Angeles TimesThe most famous Montreal dishes include the weighty pork pies called tourtières; poutine; and a kind of smoked, cured brisket whose admirers disparage US deli pastrami for being overly lean and bland.

    55555 by Los Angeles Times


  • Los Angeles TimesTravi's poutine, while perhaps not up to the gooey magnificence of Montreal's best, is still a nice thing to power through on a chilly winter night.

    55555 by Los Angeles Times


  • Amol K.Great soundtrack.

    55555 by Amol K.


  • Leigha M.Always a great experience when I go here! Highly recommend :)

    55555 by Leigha M.


  • ThrillistGet yourself a Bloody “Larry” (made with bourbon and house-smoked tomato juice) and the Breakfast Poutine with cheddar, two sunny-side-up eggs, and maple syrup.

    55555 by Thrillist


  • Nathan K.Get the lobster roll. Kind of obvious, but you'll love it. And get it with the brisket. Amazing.

    55555 by Nathan K.


  • Emily P.Bitter Redemption is an amazing drink.

    55555 by Emily P.


  • CJ B.$1.50 Molsons for happy hour 5-7p. Great food.

    55555 by CJ B.


  • Annunziata GianzeroJ'aime Beaucoup Le chocolat pot de creme!!! Ooo la la!

    55555 by Annunziata Gianzero


  • Meng O.Try out their oyster during brunch! $1 and it's super good!

    55555 by Meng O.


  • CJ B.$1 oysters and $1 Molsons (Canadian beer) for happy hour. Awesometown. On normal hours splitting plates and the cocktails are great. Good vegetarian options. Vegan might be tough, cheese everywhere.

    55555 by CJ B.


  • Tracey P.Don't bother with the clam chowder. There aren't any actual clams in it. It's mostly potatoes and bacon with barely a clam flavor. I was disappointed. But the oysters are always fresh and delicious!

    33333 by Tracey P.


  • Serious EatsA Hollywood spot with seafood and killer cocktails from Dino Balocchi, formerly of Chicago's Longman and Eagle.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Tracey P.Maple eggs and Poutine to die for.

    55555 by Tracey P.


  • Los AngelesThe brisket is one of the remnants of the venue's earlier French-Canadian focus, and it’s particularly good.

    33333 by Los Angeles


  • Sam A.Great cocktails. Amazing lobster roll

    55555 by Sam A.


  • Time Out Los AngelesEat this: oyster sliders with pickled hot peppers and tartar sauce, brisket with three types of mustard and sliced bread (DIY sandwich, anyone?). Sip a Thai Town Mule for a twist on the classic.

    55555 by Time Out Los Angeles


  • AmandaIncredible ambiance and even more amazing eats. Try the Thai mule. It will knock your socks off!

    55555 by Amanda


  • Edrian C.The pork belly starter is delicious. The monkfish is amazing too.

    55555 by Edrian C.


  • Ahmad SamadiWhere do I begin. Go with the Benedict. its excellent! Try the thick bacony clam chowder as well.

    55555 by Ahmad Samadi


  • Mucho C.Quality little spot in H-wood. Food & drink are on point. Enjoy.

    55555 by Mucho C.


  • Teena B.It's best to valet your car for $6.00 than drive around to find street parking.

    55555 by Teena B.


  • Carolyn F.Very good. A little disappointed that my Bouillabaisse had two out the four clams still closed though.

    33333 by Carolyn F.


  • Paul L.Great food and great atmosphere. Attentive friendly staff. Onion rings are insane as is the poutine. Order lots of stuff and SHARE.

    55555 by Paul L.


  • Jon H.Great t just sit at bar for a quick bite and/or drink. Friendly place and tasty snacks

    55555 by Jon H.


  • M ..Kale salad was great! I ordered mine minus egg & onion and still had great flavor!

    55555 by M ..


  • M ..Apple Cider Donuts. #happyplace

    55555 by M ..


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