Upscale American Roadhouse Cuisine at Kate Mantilini (Up to 53% Off). Four Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Menus of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night cuisine complement the libations of a full bar at a restaurant with a storied history

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 12th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option and location purchased. Valid for dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Not valid for $25 Prix Fixe Menu or Happy Hour pricing. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Dining etiquette dictates that one use a soup spoon for soup, a dessert spoon for dessert soups, and a lobster hammer. Harness multiple courses of utensils with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

  • $25 for $50 worth of upscale American roadhouse cuisine for parties of two or more
  • $42 for $90 worth of upscale American roadhouse cuisine for parties of four or more

Choose between two locations:
     • Beverly Hills
     • Woodland Hills

Small plates include tender barbecue baby back ribs ($10.50–$12) and two halves of a grilled artichoke, cooked over oak wood and served with chipotle mayonnaise ($14). For more substantial down-home dishes, dig into a housemade chicken pot pie ($18.50–$20)—named the Best of LA in Los Angeles magazine in 2005—or an ample slice of Kate's special meatloaf, which comes with mashed potatoes, gravy, and sautéed spinach ($18.50–$19.50). The tang of jicama, orange, melon, and lime salsas flavor the slightly spicy grilled salmon ($24), and a dessert of housemade lemon icebox pie ($6.50–$6.95) continues the citrus trend.

Kate Mantilini's also offers breakfast options, including Kate's Grand Marnier French Toast topped with powdered sugar and sliced bananas ($12) and the Kelly Lange egg-white omelet with broccoli, mushrooms, tomato, and goat cheese ($14).

See the Beverly Hills breakfast and lunch, dinner, and dessert menus. And the Woodland Hills lunch and dinner menus.

Kate Mantilini

If the tables at Kate Mantilini could speak, they'd quickly find themselves booked by every major talk show. Their undersides have seen the feet of Al Pacino and Robert De Niro filming their first scene together in Heat as well as the pants cuffs of Tom Cruise, Mick Jagger, and Antonio Banderas, according to seeing-stars.com.

Founders Marilyn and Harry Lewis built the backbone of this celebrity hot spot. Harry had already worked alongside Humphrey Bogart in the film Key Largo when he told Marilyn that he hoped to open a restaurant chain geared toward folks in the film industry. In 1950, his idea came to life at several Hamburger Hamlets, where Hollywood icons could grab a meal or autograph a fan's shirt with ketchup before returning to their shoots. While luminaries like Sammy Davis Jr. occasionally supervised the kitchen, says the Los Angeles Times, Marilyn taught herself to cook a repertoire of eclectic comfort food. In 1987, the pair sold their Hamburger Hamlets and established Kate Mantilini.

Today, looming Mad Men posters on the walls speak to a modernism that has not abandoned the restaurant's Hollywood roots. A geometric orrery sculpture hangs from the gigantic sundial on the roof, and an elongated mural of a boxing match stretches across the dining hall. The smell of Kate's signature meatloaf weaves throughout the architecture and mingles with a slew of rotating aromas, from calamari to strip steaks and award-winning chicken pot pie. As the scents drift past the tables and onto an outdoor patio in Beverly Hills, they surround the former bank building, which now hosts homestyle breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.

The Lewis family has also opened a second Kate Mantilini location in Woodland Hills. The garden setting has its own alfresco seating to supplement 42 indoor booths, where patrons can order the same quality of rustic yet upscale American cuisine. Though they see their fair share of well-known figures, both restaurants cultivate an unambiguously welcoming vibe—one that invites children to feast on macaroni, casual visitors to stop in for a bowl of soup, and hungry families to share tapas rather than saw microwave dinners in half.


Reviews

We also statrted with their tableside prepared guacamole and it was some of the best I have ever had!

Gracie17, TripAdvisor, 10/21/12

Great selection of American bistro favorites.

Walker S., TripAdvisor, 4/20/12

Tips

88% of 2,795 customers

  • “Even though I don't go very often I have always enjoyed this restaurant-will be back to try happy hour :)”

  • “Great service....food good too.”

  • “Good service and attentive waitress, the food came out hot fro the kitchen. A teen and child enjoyed their meal, they said everything tasted good.”

  1. A

    Beverly Hills

    9101 WILSHIRE BLVD

    BEVERLY HILLS, California 90210

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  2. B

    Woodland Hills

    5921 OWENSMOUTH AVE

    WOODLAND HILLS, California 91367

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