Innovative food, like the Mona Lisa, deserves ornate presentation, study by amateurs, and the right to smirk with the knowledge of all its secret sauce recipes. Investigate with your taste buds with today's Groupon to Rockwell VT. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 (or $25 if redeemed Monday–Thursday) worth of lunch or weekend brunch.
- For $20, you get $40 (or $45 if redeemed Monday–Thursday) worth of dinner.
Two-story patio seating at Rockwell VT facilitates warm breezes and beautiful views, bringing the outdoors in with leaf-print latticework, contemporary wood and metal architecture, and a live coral tree growing within the lounge. The innovative menu showcases internationally inspired small plates for sharing, such as the asian filet skewers, complete with Asian mayo and sweet chili dipping sauces ($14). Goat cheese and truffle ravioli basks in a roasted tomato purée, pine nut pesto, basil, and parmigiano reggiano ($15), and the wild forest mushroom brick-oven flatbread is subtly augmented by sautéed leeks, white truffle oil, and parmesan cheese ($14). Taste buds flicker in the company of inventive salads, such as watermelon and tomato crowned with a drizzle of feta cheese and honey ($11). At brunch from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on weekends, chefs vault multigrain and blueberry flapjacks ($8) and huevos rancheros ($13) onto fasting plates, alongside quirky treats such as bittersweet chocolate cake ($7) and the Hangover flatbread, with leeks, bacon, egg, and cheese ($13). Rockwell VT offers an extensive beer and wine list, as well as signature tonic drinks, such as the kir rockwell with champagne, St. Germain, crème de cassis, and mint ($11).
Rockwell VT hosts DJs on select nights, as well as a dog-friendly Yappy Hour on Saturday evenings. The restaurant entrance and valet parking is located in the alley behind Vermont restaurant, and valet parking is complimentary during lunch hours and $6 in the evening.
Rockwell Table & Stage
A coral tree sprouts from the center of Rockwell Table & Stage's outdoor dining area, illuminated by both an in-ground sidelight and the moonlight pouring through the slats of exposed wooden beams. This atmospheric patio is a fitting arena for the menu's artful plates, such as the goat cheese and truffle ravioli, which chefs bathe in roasted-tomato sauce and pine-nut aioli. Inside, meanwhile, bartenders furnish glasses with signature tonics and glasses of wine as live musicians summon toe taps and head nods from the elevated stage. Plush booths, flickering table candles, and stone walls emanate rustic charm, creating the perfect vibe for a first date or a romantic game of Dungeons and Dragons.
What some people are buzzing about:
It's cozy inside with a sophisticated look.Melissa W., Yelp, 1/5/2011
The space was beautiful, the drinks were great - happy hour prices until 8 pm is always appreciated.Rachel L., Yelp, 5/27/2011
83% of 272 customers recommend
“Dinner is a tad over priced. But the Happy hour menu is awesome!! Service is great, and the ambience is cool too.”
“steak salad and the Chicken de-ju is really good. Orders take a while however, so prepare to wait!”
“Great ambiance. Good food. Italian Seabass is excellent ”
1714 N Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles, California 90027Get Directions