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With reverence for world-class fish cookery that reinforces the principles of sustainability and seasonality, Providence has set the standard for seafood fine dining on a national level since its debut in Hollywood in 2005. Under the culinary leadership of Executive Chef/Co-Owner Michael Cimarusti, Providence quickly became the most acclaimed and influential seafood restaurant in the United States. Today, it continues to display complete dedication to procuring the finest sustainable seafood—from regional coasts and international waters— and treats those ingredients with uncompromising respect and sophisticated technique. “First and foremost, what guides us here is sustainability,” Cimarusti says. “We use only wild-caught, sustainable products, mostly from American waters, and look to highlight their finest qualities.”
Co-Owner/General Manager Donato Poto, a veteran fine dining professional and one of L.A.’s legendary hosts, blends rigorous European standards of service with the familiar warmth of American service. Poto has long instilled a high degree of professionalism in his staff and insists on servers being exceptionally knowledgeable about the menu and able to discuss every ingredient in an approachable manner. “My staff is sophisticated, fun, and engaging all at once,” Poto says. “From the moment a guest makes a phone call to reserve a table to the moment the valet pulls the car around when they’re ready to leave, I want all of our guests to be impressed with our absolute commitment to excellence.”
The accolades for Providence and Chef Michael Cimarusti include: Two Michelin stars; winner of the 2019 James Beard ‘Best Chef: West’ award; World's 50 Best/Discovery; AAA Five Diamond Award; “Top 50 Restaurants in the United States” by Gourmet magazine; “Best Seafood Restaurant” by Los Angeles magazine; the #1 ranking in “Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants” in the Los Angeles Times for multiple consecutive years; and LA Weekly's 2019 "Best L.A. Food & Drink": Best Seafood: (Michael Cimarusti).