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Church and State



1850 Industrial St
Los Angeles, CA 90021

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(213) 405-1434

Hours

  • Sunday: 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Monday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Cuisine: French Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 94 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • Shaunt B.Escargot is nicely served. Meats are cooked to perfection. Drinks are tasty.

    55555 by Shaunt B.


  • Shane G.Escargot were awesome, wine selection was nice.

    55555 by Shane G.


  • On the Grid JBoth extremely fancy (anniversary date-night caliber) while being effortlessly casual. You can almost imagine yourself in Paris as you dig into your escargot or lavender-honey goat cheese toasts.

    55555 by On the Grid J


  • Andrew RamseyPretty to-the-book French food. Very solid

    55555 by Andrew Ramsey


  • Ricky S.A very good bistro with a number of good things to pick from. The desserts are my favorite. Good wine list too.

    55555 by Ricky S.


  • Bob P.2 thumbs up. :-)

    55555 by Bob P.


  • Brandon CWhy isn't anyone talking about the bouillabaisse??

    33333 by Brandon C


  • Reserve AOriginally a 1925 bakery and Nabisco offices, Church & State adds a rustic feel to a classic bistro, with string lights, high ceilings and wood tables.

    55555 by Reserve A


  • Rachel K.All the dishes you'd expect with classic French food with no modern twists. The tarte aux poires (pear tart) is topped with blue cheese, caramelized onion, and radicchio.

    55555 by Rachel K.


  • nyc2la aAmazing ambiance and bustling bistro vibes in oh so cool Arts District - But $35 for steak frites!? Seriously?

    55555 by nyc2la a


  • Christina DiBernardoSteak Frittes!!!

    55555 by Christina DiBernardo


  • TripExpert EFrench bistro favorites. Try "lard-cooked frites, sautéed diver scallops, and a tarte flambé stuffed with Gruyere and smoked bacon." -Travel + Leisure on TripExpert

    55555 by TripExpert E


  • Connie ChiuBeautiful decor inside. The escargot is very unique! Cassoulet was only okay...

    55555 by Connie Chiu


  • Claire JEscargots, crème brulee, chocolate tart, cassoulet, cheese

    55555 by Claire J


  • Steve Scott S.For real French food. It's an LA bistro and a must on your restaurant list.

    55555 by Steve Scott S.


  • Katrina ZaiPretty yummy food. Come as a group so u can order more to share! Love the space & vibe.

    55555 by Katrina Zai


  • Dëva HolikTrendy spot with great decor and french food. Try their custom cocktails and french onion soup. The crock madame is spot on and so is the steak frites and coq au vin - very lively and good for late

    55555 by Dëva Holik


  • LaraCoq au vin + roasted bone marrow + sancerre. Legit dinner situation. The ambience is beautiful too.

    55555 by Lara


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Church

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Chefs FeedJoe Miller, chef of Bar Pintxo, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Moelle de bœuf.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Jeanette RomanHaricot verts and escargot and endive salad. All amazing.

    55555 by Jeanette Roman


  • LA WeeklyThe best pig's ears I've ever had, better than the ones at Spotted Pig in New York, better than the fritters at the Bristol in Paris, better than the ones I first learned to love at Mandarin Deli

    55555 by LA Weekly


  • Los Angeles TimesYou may never taste a better coq au vin, underpinned with a deep bass note of thyme.

    55555 by Los Angeles Times


  • Jim M.Try to get a table near the wall. Much better for hearing one another.

    33333 by Jim M.


  • Jim M.Great ambiance. And the honeyed goat cheese is fantastic!

    55555 by Jim M.


  • Julio BAmazing!!!

    55555 by Julio B


  • Jenna RIncredible meal. The celery root and apple tart was to die for. The bone marrow was spectacular and the service was perfect.

    55555 by Jenna R


  • Ryann L.Best, BEST mac n cheese

    55555 by Ryann L.


  • Chris K.That mushroom truffle flatbread though...

    55555 by Chris K.


  • Heather TAwesome food! Must try

    55555 by Heather T


  • Naira BI like herbed goat cheese,lavender honey!

    55555 by Naira B


  • Roc Z."The next thing to being in Paris" Love it!

    55555 by Roc Z.


  • Domanique A.$300 for 4 people, easy. But the bone marrow is soooo good!

    55555 by Domanique A.


  • Domanique A.Bone marrow is delicious.

    55555 by Domanique A.


  • Domanique A.Sunday's menu is prefixe. But if you're nice, the waitstaff will let you order individual items.

    55555 by Domanique A.


  • Yinyi O.I ♥♥ the Peach tart! And the staff very attentiv and cordial. Great gathrring with friends.

    55555 by Yinyi O.


  • IvanaBone marrow, peach tarte and cocktails.

    55555 by Ivana


  • Steff B.Ooh pork belly & polenta!

    55555 by Steff B.


  • L J.The Bow & Arrow is one of the best cocktails I've ever had. 👦👍

    55555 by L J.


  • GhalyaDelicious food (huge portions) and great service! Goat cheese & honey is a must try.

    55555 by Ghalya


  • Brad M.Absolutely, f$€¥%#& amazing. Eat everything.

    55555 by Brad M.


  • Los Angeles TimesStunning bistro cooking: braised pork belly with favas and polenta, a gorgeous ballotine of rabbit with sprigs of fresh tarragon, tarte flambé, fried pig's ears, roasted marrowbone with radish.

    55555 by Los Angeles Times


  • Lydia H.Cocktails are amazing, as is the steak tartare

    55555 by Lydia H.


  • Vanity FairA trendy bistro with industrial décor and the finest French cuisine outside of Paris.

    55555 by Vanity Fair


  • Zoe V.Chicken liver mousse is divine!

    55555 by Zoe V.


  • Neil R.Bone Marrow was excellent. Also, the Egg Nog Creme Brûlée was definitely a nice touch.

    55555 by Neil R.


  • Sean D.Try the Bone Marrow - The bone marrow was a great start to the meal. #rich #delicious (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Sean D.


  • Melody L.The Gin Gin Smash cocktail was super yummy.

    55555 by Melody L.


  • AD N.Ask to see the dessert board, even if you're not in the mood.

    33333 by AD N.


  • James F.Monday night at 7:30, very relaxing time to dine.

    55555 by James F.


  • PandushkaAsk bartender John to make you a John! Not on the cocktail menu but absolutely amazing!

    55555 by Pandushka


  • Sam P.Mac & Cheese (the delicious, gourmet kind, not to be confused w/Kraft anything) and the Braised Lamb shank sandwich were highlights.

    55555 by Sam P.


  • DPDinner with friends @HFuhrmann and #WesTanaka

    55555 by DP


  • Z.A.K.come here and get your curious palate a unique experience with some entrées your tiny american mind would have never thought possible.

    55555 by Z.A.K.


  • Es K.Everyone gets the BONE MARROW bc it's that good!

    55555 by Es K.


  • amooliaAmazing menu, I imagine anything you tried here would be more than good. Wine comes fast :)

    55555 by amoolia


  • Vanity Fair AgendaA French bistro with flair … and an extensive wine list.

    55555 by Vanity Fair Agenda


  • Rob H.The white wannabes Italian waiter will eye fuck your girlfriend the entire evening. Then expect a tip.

    22222 by Rob H.


  • Paul H.Steak fries. Don't think, just do it.

    33333 by Paul H.


  • Food NetworkThe French menu at Church & State, in Los Angeles, CA, is on Duff Goldman's list of The Best Thing I Ever Ate on Food Network. We recommend the Charcuterie de la Maison. Find more tips at FN Local.

    55555 by Food Network


  • AnyClipThis street was the location for Child's Play 2's Crisis Centerm check it out!

    33333 by AnyClip


  • LA WeeklyFeatured in LA Weekly's "L.A.'s Best Cocktails: Our 55 favorites and where to find them." (Click 'More Info')

    55555 by LA Weekly


  • Cooking ChannelThe Pig's Ear is worth the wait! - Debi Mazar & Gabriele Corcos, Extra Virgin

    55555 by Cooking Channel


  • JewelMintA great French bar and restaurant in downtown LA! - Kate Bosworth

    55555 by JewelMint


  • Bon Appetit MagazineEvery neighborhood deserves a top-notch modern French bistro- this is it. Get a ham and cheese tart and a flinty Sancerre, and soak up the prettiest scene in the downtown revival.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • Monique C.Must try the Oreilles de Cochon, Salade Frisee aux Lardons & Steak Frites. STAY WAY FROM THE CREME BRULEE, you will be disappointed.

    55555 by Monique C.


  • BravoA great bistro with a lively ambiance and terrific menu. The wines are all on the walls and counters so there is immediate service. I could easily go there once a week if I lived in LA. -Rick Moonen,

    55555 by Bravo


  • BravoA great bistro with a lively ambiance and terrific menu. The wines are all on the walls and counters so there is immediate service. I could easily go there once a week if I lived in LA. -Rick Moonen,

    55555 by Bravo


  • BravoGreat food, open late. Try the deep fried pigs ears with hollandaise. -Mark Peel, Top Chef

    55555 by Bravo


  • EaterTop notch bistro fare at very reasonable prices. NB, It's white hot at press time, so remember to make a reservation. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Claire A.Try the pommes frites au lard and spot it on Foodspotting!

    55555 by Claire A.


  • Shady TraceyMust try the Rosemary Collins (even if you don't like whiskey).

    55555 by Shady Tracey


  • The Salup GroupReservations are a must, but they have some great cocktails that make it a bearable wait

    55555 by The Salup Group


  • Michaelfrench onion soup is great. best I have ever had.

    55555 by Michael


  • GourmetLiveFor lunch we had a moist, bacon-y roasted chicken à la Bourgeoise with pearl onions and carrots, and a croque-monsieur so light and fluffy it could have doubled as a tea sandwich.

    55555 by GourmetLive


  • Maria A.Order the Croque Madame, it's simply delish! Loved the atmosphere inside & out. I love this part of L.A.

    55555 by Maria A.


  • conbonDefinitely try the bone marrow

    55555 by conbon


  • Mr. G.Don't ask for cocktail- sauce with your oysters unless you want a bowl of ketchup.

    33333 by Mr. G.


  • .Escargot and corn tarte are miraculous.

    55555 by .


  • The Salup GroupTry the basil avec concombre cocktail, it's interesting.

    55555 by The Salup Group


  • Tisha DWent for dinner with a friend from NYC. She was impressed. Good scene, wine list and bar.

    55555 by Tisha D


  • Chris SOrder the Pork Chops when they have them on the menu..... I do wish they would put cauliflower back on the menu...

    55555 by Chris S


  • Los Angeles TimesSharing is what most makes sense here. Everyone will want to taste everything. Plates fly around the table as someone wants to try the bouillabaisse, which is a kind of miracle.

    55555 by Los Angeles Times


  • Lydia Lnice place and meet nice people

    55555 by Lydia L


  • Brandon C.Don't order the boullabaise, it's vile here.

    11111 by Brandon C.


  • Showtime NetworkUsually a wait, but sit at the bar and order there. You’ll meet the most interesting people. - Tracy

    55555 by Showtime Network


  • Sean P.Order when you can...

    33333 by Sean P.


  • kevin g.Make Reservations a week ahead of time! it has been written up in many mags so it is quite popular all that aside some of the best French food in the city..Pigs Ears & Duck Confit! amazing space!

    55555 by kevin g.


  • Rachel E.Don't forget to order the Moules Marniere (avec frites). They are the best in town.

    55555 by Rachel E.


  • Tiffany S.Delicious flatbread & strangely wonderful neighborhood

    55555 by Tiffany S.


  • Elizabeth B.The old-school cocktails are excellent, as are the tartes and the steak frites.

    55555 by Elizabeth B.


  • Jason R.If you can't get a table, eat at the bar.

    33333 by Jason R.


  • Jeremy H.The Steak Frites are amazing - I get the petit selection. Grab the escargot it's friggin AMAZING!

    55555 by Jeremy H.


  • Kim H.try the French Maid or the Green Gimlet specialty cocktails

    55555 by Kim H.


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