Alameda Supper Club
Join us for the "Happiest Hour" every Wednesday from 4 PM to 8 PM and for "Sunday Supper" every Sunday from 5 PM to 10 PM.
See availability for 1,000 point tables
Sun 5:00PM - 6:00PM 9:00PM - 10:00PM
Tue - Sat 5:00PM - 6:00PM 9:00PM - 10:00PM
This place is bliss. Cocktails are creative. I love the Rhu Tang and the house-made kombucha! The salads are simple and the best salad you've ever had. Try the Endive salad. Pastas are cooked perfectly and the fish (I had the Bream) is flaky and delicious. I love the outdoor patio and the indoor/outdoor bar. Highly recommend!!!
Had reserved an outdoor table and they basically said that we had no other choice but to sit inside. Service was poor! Took 20 mins to get our $20 a glass wine. Wine is overpriced and the pour is less then a standard pour. We had a server bring us someone else’s order??? They seemed overwhelmed and confused.
Outstanding! Service was excellent and extremely attentive without being overbearing.
Each course was incredible - highly recommend the Montgomery Cheddar & Ham Toast.
The Spaghetti -Sungold tomatoes ∙ basil ∙ parmesan was very well done!
The pasta dishes came out nice and hot. All ingredients were very fresh!
One thing - I felt the curses came out too quickly- we were over with our three courses in less than an hour and felt somewhat rushed.
This was our first time to Alameda Supper Club and to the Mercantile. My husband and I went with another couple and we all loved it. We sat outside on a summer evening, which was a nice change. Everything was delicious, but we especially enjoyed the Bread and Butter, the Endive Salad, the Strozzapreti and the Tortelloni. For dessert we shared the Buckwheat Canolli and the Devils Food Cake and both were outstanding. The service was on point and we loved spending time in such an interesting space.
Amazing innovative food. Great service! Don’t miss the Tartine bread - simply perfect.
I really loved this as much the second time as the first. The first time I went with a group of four and we tried just about one of everything on the menu. I have been recommending this to friends and was happy to return there to experience it with another friend in town. The 3 of us shared the rib eye, the green salad, and the broccolini. The salad is large and perfectly dressed, the rib eye might be the best steak in town and the broccolini was perfectly al dente. If we had had room in our bellies, I would have ordered the bream which really stood out on my first visit. We had their skin contact wine which was very nice and not as funky as other skin contact wines - not that I mind funky. We ordered the least decadent sounding dessert - the lemon panna cotta, and shared it three ways. Excellent. The wine pours seem a little meager but I guess that’s part of the fine dining experience. Other than that, no complaints.
Oh I guess I would also like to mention the beautiful interior decor, flatware, plateware , glassware, stemware, service, food and drink presentation, open kitchen situation, and music. It is an all around experience that’s very pleasant to the senses.
Definitely a must on your list. The ambience and the food was amazing and the place itself is gorgeous.
The food was excellent and we fully enjoyed the meal but the service left a lot to be desired. The hostess had a bad attitude and the bartender was unusually condescending. By the time we were seated, we already had a poor impression of the place. Our party had an extremely early reservation, arriving pre-rush as things were gearing up for the evening, so it was surprising that the staff was so unaccommodating. Our waitress was professional and attentive, thankfully. Food was fantastic but I speak for our entire party when I say we won't be back because of the general vibe of the place. At this level, with so many spectacular options in the city, we'd rather dine where we can engage with people who seem happy and passionate about their job.
Food was below average. Never seen a restaurant like this make such a bland, poorly cooked prime rib. Pastas were nothing to write home about. One of the starters has pork shavings and cheese in the middle — that was pretty excellent. Overall, a waste of a cool location.
Chad Robertson & Chris Bianco have hit it out of the park at Alameda Supper Club! We went for DineLA, and enjoyed the full prix fixe menu (sans the wine pairing - $30 add'l). For $49 per person, a full 3 -course menu did not disappoint. Of course, the bread was out of this world. Coraline endive salad was crunchy and delicious, topped with blue cheese and house-made rye croutons. The arancini was delicious as well with sweet chunks of ham and sweet corn tucked into the fluffy and cheesy centers. Fresh pasta with golden tomato and fresh basil was out of this world, and the bream with tarragon aioli sea succulents was light and savory. Dessert consisted of devil's food cake (4 layers of choccy decadence!) with a scoop of laurel ice cream that you have to taste to believe, and then 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream with a hazelnut crumble and balsamic drizzle... OUT OF THIS WORLD! Service was fantastic and all courses are well timed. The staff is very well versed on the menu and the wine selections, and they are readily available to offer descriptions and suggestions to complement each dish.
Can't wait to go back to try the regular menu - everything looks amazing.
Great food, warm setting, delightful service. A terrific addition to the LA dining scene.
Well-orchestrated. Very knowledgeable waiter. Ate during DineLA Week and opted for the pre fixe menu, which was delightful.
Great food, amazing service and the wine selection is incredible.
It's my third time visiting and eating and I still can't get enough! My wife and I decided to take my in laws to celebrate my mother in law's birthday. Man! The consistency and creativity is outstanding!
We had their country bread of course from Tartine
The ham and cheddar toast - what a great first round
Endive salad with rye bread croutons! Get this every time!
We ordered 3 pasta dishes
Spaghetti - fresh tomato sauce with a good balance of basil
Their Meyer lemon version of cacio Pepe
Sweet corn ravioli - best dish so far
Sea breem with the crispy skin
Melt in your mouth black cod
Finished off with amazing desserts
Cannoli dipped in pistachios
The must get off they still have Panna cotta with raspberry gremolata and blackberries
The olives were good. The charcuterie plate was good but nothing extraordinary. Bought a few slices of their bread to eat with the charcuterie. Bread was awesome.
The cavatelli and strozzapreti were cooked perfectly. Cavatelli was a touch salty but still tasty, and there was a lot of leftover oil in the bowl. Cod was moist and tender but slightly bland. Required extra basting in the colatura. Broccoli with nduja was an usually large portion compared to the other dishes, but it was tasty, more so the crowns that absorbed the flavor from the nduja than the stems. Chocolate cake was amazing. Hands down the best thing we had there. Would go back for the pasta, bread, and dessert.
We had a lovely evening on the outdoor patio. Food was excellent, service pleasant and efficient.
Excellent food. A tad pricey. Had a problem getting our of the parking garage.
Rude with an awful attitude!
Menu is not extensive but what they offer, they excel at.
Chefs are on it. Looks like a great team from where we were sitting
It was amazing!
Food is excellent. Service is very good. The ambience of the place is good, quiet. The bar scene is good.
Definite will visit again.
Everything was great! Love the charcuterie plate and the red leicester on the tortelloni was extra special!
I can't wait to come back!!
If you are coming to eat famous pizza you should turn around. What you find here is that Chris Bianco is not a one trick pony. The space inside and out is gorgeous, the service is friendly and unpretentious and the menu is focused and delivers a great mix of classic Italian with a California twist. Bianco's well known obsession with attention to detail and sourcing supreme ingredients manifests itself in nearly every dish on the menu. The prices aren't cheap and they shouldn't be for a project as ambitious and well intentioned as The Manufacturory and Alameda Supper Club. We will be back soon.
The wine service was out of sync and inattentive. Starters and pastas were excellent but the entrees were just above average.
Awesome food fresh and delicious!
We had great service and an all around fabulous experience at the alameda supper club!
We had to wait about 30 minutes to get seated despite our reservation however the food and service was so fantastic that it was easy to forget we had to wait.
Food was outstanding. Homemade bread melts in your mouth. Not to be missed. Our server Janet made the whole experience even more enjoyable. Parking validated as well for 2 hours so very easy access within complex.
I love the ambiance and the food was out of this world! The lamb belly was amazing and the pasta is so perfect I had the tortellini and spaghetti! Also you must get the country bread and butter!
Enjoyed the food and the service was excellent. I was a bit surprised when we were taken to a communal table as I had made the reservations way in advance and had not been asked if a communal table would be acceptable to my group. It was a bit awkward but we were informed that if we'd wait at the bar for about 10 minutes, we could then have a private table.
The food is delicious, but the serving size is relatively small for the price. We started with the bread, it was four pieces for $6. It would have been nice to have some bread to use with the sauce in some of the dishes, but we did not want to order more. The spaghetti was really tasty, but the size was more like a side dish for one person at other restaurants. You probably need two or three orders to split between four people. There were six ravioli, black cod was medium sized. Grilled mushrooms and broccoli were really tasty, but both over $10. Chocolate cake was great too.
If you want really tasty food and don't need large portions, this is a place you should try.
Food was excellent. A lot of unexpected combinations in the drinks too like the Celine Dijon which had a hint of dijon mustard. I'm being picky regarding the service as it slowed a little as the evening went on. Otherwise top notch. Reminded me of the early days of Shoreditch with a mix of huge industrial spaces being converted to studio spaces and a pioneering spirit in eateries nearby. Will come back for sure!
Excellent drinks, food, service and BREAD!
Very good overall
Perfectly cooked piece of fish and pasta and good bar
Tricky to find even with GPS
Incredible food, great service - we loved it.
The lamb belly was awful! There was a table being very loud and quite frankly rude next to us and ruined our dinner.
This was our first visit to ASC and we will come back as they are still settling into this place. We started with the oysters with chive oil, different and quite good. We then had a the green salad followed by the raviolis with ricotta and fresh peas. Our main course was the sea bream with agretti. Finally for dessert we had the devils food cake. The stars were the sea bream and the devils food cake then the oysters. The pasta was not particularly special nor the salad as better pastas and salads can be had at several restaurants in the Art's District or Silverlake, often for less as well. The wine selection is small especially wines by the glass with steep prices as is the corkage fee ($25).
Outside seating calm and quiet, great ambiance. Way too loud inside, even though stylish and physically comfortable. Dishes and drinks original, beautiful, delicious, served with attention and true hospitality. Bread is, of course, divine.
The food was tasty and good, but it didn't feel at all special. The cocktails were delicious. Why it took a half hour to get to our (reserved!) table, and another half an hour to get bread and salami, was baffling to me. The service was overall slow.