Celebrate the Spring at W Los Angeles-Westwood with New Food & Beverage Menus

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Spring is swiftly approaching, and W Los Angeles – Westwood is celebrating the change in seasons with a change in their food and beverage menus at both NINETHIRTY and The Backyard Restaurants. Executive Chef Dakota Weiss has created delicious menu items that utilize local and seasonal ingredients to offer hotel guests and LA locals a unique variety of dishes to taste. Both restaurants are conducive to an amazing dining experience in a beautiful setting.

At NINETHIRTY, the menu includes “Social Bites” items that are perfect for sharing!

Local Fresh Shucked Oysters with shallots, vinegar and chile ($16)

Local Fresh Shucked Oysters
Local Fresh Shucked Oysters with Shallots, Vinegar, & Chile

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Herb de Provence Baked Goat Cheese with truffle, honey and crostini ($18)

Herb de Provence Baked Goat Cheese
Herb de Provence Baked Goat Cheese

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Charred Baby Carrots with Harissa vinaigrette and mint ($9)

Charred Baby Carrots
Charred Baby Carrots

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Deviled Eggs with smoked ancho chile mignonette ($8)

Deviled Eggs
Deviled Eggs

Additionally, the “Social Bites” include distinguishing dishes such as Cousa Squash Carpaccio with tempura shishito peppers, yuzu and pumpkin vinaigrette ($10), Chicken Liver Mousse with spicy hazelnut crush and crispy apples ($11), and Roasted Beef Bone Marrow with crusty garlic bread, saffron picked shallots and arugula ($13).

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The “Beginning Plates” offer seasonal appetizers such as the NINETHIRTY Chopped Salad ($12), Roasted Squash and Burrata with citrus toasted pumpkin seeds and blood orange vinaigrette ($13) and Celery Root Bisque with cocoa, brown butter toasted brioche and bacon powder ($10).

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The “Large Plate” entrée items include an array of seafood items – Drunk Mussels ($15/$26), Pan Roasted Wild Salmon with quinoa, roasted sunchokes, picholine olives and pine nuts ($28), a vegetarian option with the Kabocha Squash Polenta “Tamale” with braised greens and manchego ($26), and meat dishes including Grilled Chicken Paillard with butter lettuce, tomato, avocado, lardon and smoked paprika vinaigrette ($23), Roasted Rare Prime Rib ($41) and Grilled Skirt Steak with Peruvian Potatoes, Tomatillo Chimichurri and Chorizo oil ($29).

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NINETHIRTY’s excellence doesn’t stop with entrees. Have “Something Sweet” to end your dining experience! Additionally, all ice cream and sorbet options are made by Drunken Udder and contain alcohol to add a little something extra.

Stout Sticky Toffee Pudding with vodka vanilla ice cream and toffee popcorn ($8)

Sticky Stout Pudding
Stout Sticky Toffee Pudding

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Salted Hazelnut Pot de Crème with raspberry jam and brown sugar brioche crust ($8)

Salted Hazelnut Pot de Creme
Salted Hazelnut Pot de Creme

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Oops! I Dropped My Ice Cream Cone! Bacon breakfast ice cream, Captain Crunch and chocolate covered rice crispies ($8)

Oops! I Dropped My Ice Cream Cone
Oops! I Dropped My Ice Cream Cone

For guests that want a more relaxed, outdoor, lunch atmosphere, Chef Dakota has also updated the menu at The Backyard Restaurant on the WET deck at W Los Angeles – Westwood. This dining experience presents guests with items such as the Smoked Cheddar ‘n’ Bacon Waffle  with spiced maple syrup butter ($11), Albacore Tuna “Melt” Slider with avocado mayo and sharp cheddar ($18), Grilled Ham and Cheese with shaved Tasso Ham, Saint Andre and lemon-truffle frittes ($18), Sloppy Joe with sweet and spicy BBQ beef, coleslaw and fried onions ($15), Pizza options that include toppings such as black truffle pecorino, ham, rum soaked pineapple, roasted squash and pumpkin seeds ($16), and Truffle Fried Mac ‘n’ Cheese  with tubetti and house made lemon ricotta-buttermilk sauce ($26).

And of course, no dining experience would complete with some libations! Enjoy  a plethora of wine, beer and cocktail options at both establishments. Over a dozen delicious handcrafted cocktails ($14) are available at both NINETHIRTY and The Backyard. Some highlights include:

White Swede

Purity Vodka, Combier Fruits Rouges, Crème de Cacao, Cream and Nutmeg

White Swede
White Swede

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My Clementine

Svedka Clementine, Honey Syrup, Lime, Mint and Ginger Beer

My Clementine
My Clementine

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Blacklist Punch

JM Rhum Blanc, Blackwell Rum, Grenadine, Grapefruit, Bitters and Nutmeg

Blacklist Punch
Blacklist Punch

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Open Sesame

Grey Goose Vodka, Pistachio Liqueur, White Balsamic, Strawberries and Sesame Oil

Open Sesame
Open Sesame

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