A Los Angeles-based design/build firm was tapped to
design an upscale restaurant at a luxury hotel on the
Sunset Strip. Infused with warm details, the 7,500-
square-foot space, which includes two dining rooms, a
bar, and an outdoor patio, immediately transports
guests to a home owned by a gentleman from
Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Nestled in between the dining rooms, the bar offers an
organic, modern feel with a 200-year-old Amish barn
oak wood wall lined with mirror pieces, and a deep
hague blue ceiling. The atmosphere in the bar
overflows into the south dining room, enchanting with
a glistening view of Los Angeles. The room’s dining
table sits below a cove ceiling with a single chandelier.
In the private dining room, a 15-foot-long dining
table made of rich redwood sits underneath a framed
cove. Strikingly unique artwork provides a harmonious
backdrop to the lounge within the private dining room.