Happy New Year!!!

Celebrate your New Year's Eve with us as we offer a prix fixe menu complete with oysters, unlimited bubbles, and other irresistible bites! The restaurant will be set up for mixing and mingling for a limited number of guests so make your reservations ASAP!  

 

WILD at Canelé

We are now open for lunch!!!  Come experience 'Wild' at Canele.  The autumn lunch menu brought to you by Ria & Matt Wilson is available Wednsday, Thursday, Friday from 11:00 to 3:00.

Keep a look out for our new website coming soon! 

 


We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.


Please call for reservations.

Dinner reservations are available for any size party.

Lunch & brunch reservations are available for parties of 6 or more.


Weekend brunch: Seven L.A.-area restaurants that are doing it right

"Canelé has become a neighborhood institution and a favorite for chef-owner Corina Weibel's Mediterranean take on brunch..."

 

 

Top 10 Brunch Spots

"Along Atwater Village's main drag sits this tiny gem run by chef Corina Weibel and her partner, Jane Choi. The omelets (pictured filled with tomato confit, goat cheese, mushrooms, or caramelized onions) are simple perfection..."
 

 

Best of L.A. / Best Mignardise, or After-Dinner Goodwill: Canelé's Canelés

"Canelé's canelés are metaphorical cakes as much as they are actual pastries. They represent the good will and neighborliness of the restaurant, which does not take reservations, which is built around the large, wooden communal table, and which regularly lets non-professionals cook dinner during Friends Cook nights..."

L.A. at Home: Canelé Chef Corina Weibel's Home Kitchen

"Corina Weibel, chef and co-owner of Canelé restaurant in the Atwater Village neighborhood of Los Angeles, has the kitchen of a real cook. Everything is out in the open. Her secret: There are no secrets..."

Chef for a day: Cooking at Canelé: an enthusiastic home cook was lucky enough to spend one night working in the kitchen at Canelé

"It's a rare place in L.A. where the focus is actually on the food...in Atwater Village, a bohemian neighborhood just north of downtown L.A. The moment you walk through the door, you feel like you're in a cool Lower East Side Manhattan haunt, only cleaner..."