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Baltaire, a Steakhouse for the Rich and Famous in Brentwood

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The Coral Tree teams expands to fine steaks and whiskey.

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Brentwood doesn't know what's going to hit them when the ritzy Baltaire opens tonight. Spread across the old Cheesecake Factory, the Coral Tree team takes full advantage of the spacious digs with a main dining room (perfect for people watching), a lovely covered outdoor terrace, fireside lounge, and robust bar area that'll probably be chock full of cougars beautiful patrons.

Chef Travis Strickland, who hails from the Windy City, is touting a slew of steak options from bone-in filet, Porterhouse, Japanese A5 Wagyu, 35-day dry-aged cote de boeuf. Other options include a tableside Dover sole, tossed Greek salad, and even matcha green tea to aid digestion after a hearty meal.

Sommelier David Vaughn oversees a wine and beverage program boasting New and Old World selections, with more than 30 wines by the glass. And for those who crave brown liquor, consider a full lineup of Pappy Van Winkle, scotches, or perhaps the bespoke julep prepared with a variety of herbs and base spirits.

The modern dining room seats 68 while the spacious patio fits up to 90 (retractable roof and all). Green and grey hues line the elegant, wood-laden space while the outside boasts a classy California vibe.

Check out the full menus to salivate over the beefy goodness. Hours run 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekends, and 5 to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday, with a later 11 p.m. closure on weekends.

11647 San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Baltaire Dinner Menu

Baltaire Bar Menu

Baltaire Dessert Menu

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