Property Location With a stay at Farmer's Daughter in Los Angeles (Fairfax District), you'll be minutes from Farmers Market and The Grove. This hotel is close to TCL Chinese Theatre and Dolby Theater.

Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 66 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Cable programming and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and irons/ironing boards.

Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.

Dining Enjoy a meal at a restaurant or in a coffee shop/café. Or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). Mingle with other guests at a complimentary reception, held daily. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and dry cleaning/laundry services.

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bethinla
bethinla

07/04/2006

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Good Times

We just had a great breakfast at Tart. My parents always stay at the Farmers Daughter when in town for a visit. So we went to Tart for breakfast this morning. It was so tasty. The place really looks good and the waitress was so nice. She recommended the stuffed french toast. Thats what I got and oh my, it was the best. Two huge pieces stuffed with blueberries and creamcheese. And the pancakes my dad got were enormous and delicious. My mom got the biscuits and gravy which she really liked. The prices were really reasonable and everything turned out great. I cant wait to try out the lunch tomorrow before they leave.

ryanharper
ryanharper

07/03/2006

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Make your next stop TART!

Since my co-workers and I discovered TART, we're there at least once a week and our group gets bigger every time! We all agree that there's nothing on the menu we've tasted and didn't absolutely love. The cocktails are completely original and utterly fabulous, with fresh ingredients and creative bartenders. The staff is friendly and never rushes you out so they can pack people in (like so many places do). TART is not to be missed, whether you're a local or a tourist you'll be glad you went.

raidencook
raidencook

07/03/2006

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Worth The Drive (From Manhattan Beach)

For the patio alone, this place is one of the best in L.A.. Add in the very friendly service, the yummy food (everything I've tried is worthwhile), and the price, and this is a place I regret not living closer to.

watsonbeth
watsonbeth

07/03/2006

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Can't find this in NYC

This is a neighborhood gem! I Moved here 2 months ago from NYC and went to tart the first night in my new apartment because my kitchen wasn't unpacked yet. I was blown away, the host was as gracious as can be, the staff polished and friendly and the food sublime. To get this package in New York you have to endure treatment like you were something less than human (celebrities excluded of course).

soccerr
soccerr

07/01/2006

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bad attitude from the hostess and bad food

i am a food lover,and i love to eat out with my friends.so my girlfriend took me out to the grove,and we walked across the street to checkout tart.On arrival we were greeted by the rudest hostess,who gave us an attitude because her phone was ringing of the hook.Anyway we got seated,and did not like the food because it was too salty and expensive for me to afford.i would not go back to tart ever or recommend to my friends either.

kathyl38
kathyl38

06/28/2006

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down home time

I met a bunch of friends at TART to catch a drink and light snkack before our movie. The food was good. The staff extra friendly. We got so caught up in talking we never did make it to our movie.

The price was perfect, I was reading some of the reviews and I am not sure what some of the comments are about the price? My steak and mashed potatoes was $32.00.

They were able to recommend some great wines to go along with the food, but truth be told I ended up having some german wheat beer that they carry!!

Everything was great and I will be back again.

viajapan
viajapan

06/21/2006

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how service kills a restaurant

I went to tart with some girlfriends of mine for dinner.The food was ok,but the service is so bad.We had to ask for refilling water so many times,and they take too long to bring the check.At those prices they better get there head straight or they wont last long in this city.

losangeleswannabe
losangeleswannabe

06/13/2006

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worst service in los angeles

i love to go out eat and entertain my business clients and my friends chose tart.The service was horrible and so was the food.The cowboy steak was overcooked,especially when i asked for medium rare.Restaurants like tart do not belong in the restaurant scene in los angeles,perhaps they can learn a lot from other successful restaurants in los angeles for food and service.I cant believe i listened to my friends for the worst dining experience in my life to go to tart.The service is bad,they do not listen to the customers needs.

yostecko76
yostecko76

06/11/2006

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This is a joke...right?

I made the horrible mistake of choosing this restaurant for a business dinner. The portions were so small I was beginning to wonder if my reaction was being filmed for a hidden camera television show. Not only were the portions microscopic, they didn't merit the extraordinarily huge cost. Sure the restaurant is ""cute"", the service reasonable, but that in no way makes up for the horrendous taste, atom-sized portions and their astronomical prices. Do yourself a favor and avoid this place at all costs (pun intended).

mga227
mga227

06/08/2006

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twilight zone waiter

The service was downright weird and the food below average, especially for the price. At some point a friend asked why the dish she ordered was nothing like what was described on the menu (""3 waffles with mixed berries turned out to be one hard waffle-iron waffle, and no berries) and the waiter said, ""Relax, it's just food."" Maybe it would be easier to relax if the waffles weren't $15 dollars. Sides didn't come until we pestered; mains came out at all different times, and looked like they'd been sitting around. The sauce on another friend's eggs benedict had congealed into an almost solid yellow crust! Granted, they did try to recitfy the situation by taking 50% off the bill, but that just brought the food down close (but not quite) to a price more appropriate to the quality.

melly1
melly1

06/05/2006

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overpriced cafeteria food--DO NOT GO HERE

Horrendous and apathetic service. Food emerged from the kitchen at completely different times and, when finally served, was lukewarm. The menu promised side dishes that never materialized. Most dishes were worse than your average college cafeteria product: lumpy hollandaise sauce, brittle waffles, unripened fruit, etc. Admittedly, they tried to apologize by giving us 50% off at the end of the meal. Still, that's 2 hours and a meal that we will never get back.

flitcroft
flitcroft

06/03/2006

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Very expensive; Some dishes worth the price

Tart is really too expensive. That's the main thing I associate with the restaurant. Some of the food I tried was very good; nothing was sublime. Certainly, almost no dishes were worth their price. I will never again order the $55 fatty veal chop with too much sage and pancetta (they unbalanced the dish). The $16 butter poached lobster appetizer was exceptional (although small). The strawberry, blue cheese, and spinach salad was very good as was the chocolate cake. The restaurant's outside patio was beautiful but $175 for two (and I brought in wine - $25 corkage!) was uncomfortably expensive.

mpineau
mpineau

06/02/2006

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Not worth it

My husband went for lunch and enjoyed it, but then we went for dinner to our regret. The food is outrageously overpriced. The service is fine and the food tastes good, but not good enough to pay that extra $10-20. I ordered a lobster ""salad"" that was barely an appetizer. The place was almost empty--it won't last with those prices. Don't waste your money.

nikkisee
nikkisee

05/28/2006

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Off to a great TART...

I happened upon TART completely by chance. Some friends of mine were staying at the farmer's daughter hotel and, having already enjoyed it themselves, demanded that my husband and I come meet them. We all enjoyed a long lunch at one of the outdoor tables, then walked over to the Grove for a movie. When the waiter informed us that they'd only been open for j a month I was even more impressed. My advice would be to take advantage of this place as much as possible before a reservation is required.

keleigh222
keleigh222

05/26/2006

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Something Special

Like many people, I love going out to eat, but usually there is SOMETHING that sort of deminishes the experience. But this place really blew me away with great food, ambience, and service. It was just a perfect night, the food was perfectly cooked, served at the perfect time, and the atmosphere was just beautiful.

jessssica
jessssica

05/18/2006

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A nice addition to the neighborhood

We had a family dinner at Tart last week and it was great! The food was excellent- very high quality. Try the panfried crabcakes and cowboy steak- very, very good. Its pretty expensive but worth it. The decor was very nice too- we sat in the patio cabanas and the ambience is quiet and romantic but not overly intimate. This is the perfect place to hang out and lounge with friends. Ill be going back.

winemaniacs
winemaniacs

05/17/2006

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ambassador of us wines

I love tart because of nino the winemaster and manager of tart restaurant.We love his hard to find cult pinot's and cab's list at tart and the food ,above all is the best in los angeles.In los angeles there are so many restaurants but nothing comes close to tart in food,nino's service and wine list.We love to eat and entertain our business clients all the time and tart would be our favourite entertaining and dining out option.

jccolfer
jccolfer

05/15/2006

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A Beautiful Mess

In Los Angeles, sometimes the only thing that matters is how you look. If Tart was judged by looks alone, it would be a success. Beautiful decor, warm ambience, friendly service. Unfortunately, Tart also serves food. Very over-priced, mediocre and sometimes confusing food. Tart tries hard to be unique, adding unnecessary sauces and spices but in the end comes off like a desperate aspiring actress who just doesn't know when to quit. Save your money and time. You'll thank me later.

rick12
rick12

05/14/2006

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tart -A grandslam for dinner

Wow! It's great to see such a casual place that has amazing food and service.Our waitor Nino was amazing!He brought the chef to our table to meet us.He gave us signed copies of the menu and wine list, a kool momento to take away from an incredable dinning expearance.I had the Fillet of beef, my wife had the veal chop.The sauce was so good I licked the plate! My wife loved her veal chop as well.We will be back for sure and bring lot's of freinds. Bon Apitete (:

peterrogan
peterrogan

05/12/2006

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Tart a sweet start

I had dinner at tart last night,I am dumfounded to read these obviously amature dinner's who wrote these other reveiws.I had one of the best meals of my life. The fillet mingon is over the top, the quality of the meat is supurb.The portion size was just right. THe fillet I was served was bigger than other places for about the same price wow!Chef Jason came out to my table and I congradulated him on his great work.The service was flawless.I never would expect that a place in my own neighborhood would be so great !!! The manager cult wine list is so kool.These guy's are on the right track!

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Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Sun:
Extra Phones

Primary Phone: 323-450-2235

Phone: 323-685-4086

Phone: 323-556-2608

Fax: 323-932-1608

TollFree: 800-334-1658

TollFree: 866-427-8382

Payment method
debit, all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Location
With a stay at Farmer's Daughter in Los Angeles (Fairfax District), you'll be minutes from Farmers Market and The Grove. This hotel is close to TCL Chinese Theatre and Dolby Theater.
Neighborhoods
Central LA, Mid-City West
AKA

Farmer’s Daughter Hotel

Tart Restaurant

Tart

Tart @ Farmer's Daughter Hotel

Categories
Hotels, Lodging, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street, Valet

Wi-Fi: Free

Price Range : Average

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Pets Allowed: No

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