Lunetta is the slightly more formal, dinner-only restaurant connected to Lunetta All-Day in Santa Monica. It’s the kind of place with few surprises - the food is simple and crowd-pleasing (i.e. ahi tuna tartare, roasted salmon, and hangar steak), and the service is friendly and professional. Same goes for the crowd, which skews a bit older and is mostly locals on dates or dinners with their adult children. While it’s a perfectly adequate place for a not-at-all-challenging dinner, you will be paying for it: dinner for two, with a couple of glasses of wine, gets to over $200 way too quickly.
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