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3 "The Book of Mormon" Food Deals Near the Pantages

By Lesley Balla
February 4, 2014
Photo by: Andrew Stuart

One question we hear almost every day: Where to eat before seeing The Book of Mormon at the Pantages? The popular Broadway show is back for a second run - now through May 11 - and everyone wants to get a good pre- and post-show meal or drink. After all, one needs sustenance for all that funny happening on stage. Here are three new deals available within blocks of the Hollywood theater.

Take your ticket stub to the Hungry Cat pre- or post-show and get 10 percent off of the entire check. This means you can eat more oysters and uni from the raw bar or dig into lobster rolls, fried oysters with Brussels sprout slaw or handmade pasta with lamb ragout at a discounted price. The restaurant, which is tucked in a corner of the Sunset + Vine complex, now opens at 5 PM on Saturdays to accommodate theater goers. Don't miss the weeknight happy hour, which includes half-price cocktails and special draft beer prices (3-6 PM, Monday-Friday). 

A few blocks away, Littlefork just added a three-course prix fixe menu for theatergoers. Select from chef Jason Travi's menu items like chicken liver mousse, bluefish pate and steak tartare for $28 per person. The pre-theatre menu is available Monday-Thursday, 5-7 PM.

Directly across from the Pantages, Wood & Vine now opens at 5 PM for dinner and happy hour, Monday through Friday. There isn't a set theater-specific deal right now, but on Mondays you'll find a three-course farmers' market menu for only $18. For the post-theater crowd, a late-night happy hour with $5 cocktails, beer and wine happens from 10 PM-midnight, Monday-Thursday and midnight-2 AM on Friday and Saturday.

Here are a few more great options for the neighborhood.

Places Mentioned

The Hungry Cat

Seafood • Hollywood

Food24 Decor19 Service22 Cost$51
Wood & Vine


Food20 Decor21 Service20 Cost$40

American • Hollywood

Food23 Decor20 Service22 Cost$47
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