It’s easy to get lost in the plethora of eateries to choose from in West Hollywood, but Norah stands boldly on Santa Monica Boulevard with a very distinct culinary aesthetic and a beautiful environment in which to enjoy it.
Designed by Thomas Schoos, the dining space is charming and inviting with delicious New American fare.
The high ceilings opened to the rafters give a bright and airy feel with wood, glass, leather, and steel touches for a modern, but comfy interior.
Their daily market crudo is always a surprise treat with a rotating selection, and the pork belly and octopus dish is a hearty choice.
Standout dishes are the confit of rabbit with grits, heritage pork with cider glaze and the lobster Bolognese. But always start with the cast iron cornbread with rosemary and honey butter, just because it’ll make you feel warm and fuzzy inside.
There are two bars on either side of the dining room and the sink-into-them leather sofas are perfect to enjoy the craft cocktails with bites like the cauliflower popcorn, and fried hominy cakes. Yum!