Italian Restaurant La Traviata

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Long Beach, United States
Italian restaurant· Bar· Brunch restaurant

Italian Restaurant La Traviata Reviews | Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars (5 reviews)

Italian Restaurant La Traviata is located in Long Beach, United States on 301 N Cedar Ave. Italian Restaurant La Traviata is rated 4.5 out of 5 in the category italian restaurant in United States.


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Alessandro Jordan

We arrived at this place for lunch. This place was recommended to us by a friend. Well, it was a winning. The staff were very polite and we had an excellent feeling. The meal was great. We had a great time and we shall absolutely come back again. Keep it up.


Marisha Nowa

Beautiful restaurant. Great spot for a date or catch up with friends. If you want a quick bite, this is not the place. The drinks were great, the bruschetta fantastic, everything was fresh and delicious. There is metered street parking nearby.


Charles Miller

Great spot to grab something when in a hurry. The service is efficient, prices are convenient, great mood. Would recommend to others


Jamie Springs

This is clearly one of the most pleasant place to eat in the neighborhood. Whenever I come to this place I am incredibly satisfied. They preserve their very high level service and the topmost level of meals they provide. You no doubt will love this restaurant. Very recommended.


Bishop Rouse

Intimate lighting, the live instrumentation was nice and the seating was comfortable. The calamari was very good, no butter for the bread(i guess being that it’s an Italian restaurant((oil, vinegar, etc.)), very nice wine selection the Sauvignon Blanc was exceptional. The service was cool, felt a little iffy for whatever reason but was ultimately ok and attentive. The food was pretty good, the lobster pappardelle had a lot of elements and was pretty good, would definitely recommend. The lobster tortelli on the other was somewhat bland and lacked some zing or for lack of better words flavor. Also there’s a painting here with a naked woman, with her legs painted together as one. Looks pretty odd and is kindve like a unibutt, or maybe just the really long back of a mermaid with no scales with two feet at the bottom. Kindve like a skin skirt, pretty odd, but hey, art is art I guess.