Dine LA and Stay

Dine LA Restaurant Week is October 14-28

The Barish at the Hollywood Roosevelt
The Barish at the Hollywood Roosevelt | Photo: The Barish

There’s no better time to explore LA's incomparable dining scene than during Dine LA Restaurant Week – the city's premier dining event taking place October 14-28. Special prix fixe menus will be featured at hundreds of diverse eateries, and that includes those located at LA's world-class hotels. Why leave right after dinner? Check in, savor the cuisine and ambiance, and explore nearby attractions.

From casual lunches to Michelin-level dining experiences, here are 30+ hotel restaurants to enjoy during the Fall 2022 edition of Dine (and stay) LA.

21 Square Bar + Kitchen at the Torrance Marriott Redondo Beach
Photo: 21 Square Bar + Kitchen

21 Square Bar + Kitchen



21 Square Bar + Kitchen serves appropriately coastal cuisine inside the sleek Torrance Marriott Redondo Beach. Just minutes from relaxing beaches and the sparkling SoFi Stadium, the Torrance Marriott boasts spacious rooms and suites, many with phenomenal views, and a rejuvenating indoor/outdoor pool.

21 Square Bar + Kitchen is offering a special 3-course menu at $35 for both lunch and dinner during Dine LA, perfectly complemented by an open-air lounge with a flickering fire pit. The Dine LA menu includes offerings such as a Oaxaca cheese-filled squash blossom empanada to start; adobo braised lamb shank served with mascarpone polenta to indulge; and cinnamon churros with house-made caramel sauce for a sweet ending.

Dine LA lunch menu $35; Dine LA dinner menu $35

Avec Nous



The elegant L’Ermitage Beverly Hills offers guests the best of both worlds: close to the high-end heart of Beverly Hills, yet tucked away on a quiet, palm-shaded residential boulevard. Nestled next to L’Ermitage’s lobby lounge, Avec Nous is a distinctly Beverly Hills take on a French Bistro, serving Californian twists on classic Gallic dishes.

For their Dine LA menu, the decadent pumpkin olive oil cake with cinnamon Chantilly cream is available for both lunch and dinner. Additional notable dishes include butternut squash bisque with lobster; and miso pepper glazed salmon served with a charred carrot leek puree on their $75 dinner menu.

After your meal, indulge in the property’s full-service spa and heated outdoor pool, or stroll the half-mile to the world-class people watching of opulent Rodeo Drive.

Dine LA lunch menu $35; Dine LA dinner menu $75

THEBlvd Restaurant



The stately Beverly Wilshire hotel has been a landmark at the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Wilshire Boulevard for nearly a century. Throughout, it’s been a preferred address for royalty, A-list celebrities, and the international elite. With its lofty ceiling, grand chandelier, and Art Deco flourishes, THEBlvd evokes the era when the hotel first opened but with a bustling cosmopolitan atmosphere that’s very much of today’s globalized world. Enjoy prime views while savoring fresh California brasserie cuisine, whether for a leisurely patio breakfast after a restful night in a luxurious suite; a classic LA power lunch; or a see-and-be-seen dinner complemented by unique cocktails as part of an exhilarating night on the town.

During Dine LA, offerings include burrata salad or wood grilled broccolini for starters; and organic Mary's Chicken "Paillard" or spinach & mushroom tortellini skillet as entrees.

Dine LA lunch menu $55; Dine LA dinner menu $65+

Cabra



Melding beachy SoCal vibes to throwback Hollywood glam, The Hoxton is a Downtown LA escape for locals and visitors alike. Cabra is the hotel's spirited Peruvian rooftop restaurant replete with skyline views and colorful crowds. Opened in January 2022 by Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard, the vibrant flavors here include small plates that won’t leave you too full for a night out or a dip in the adjacent starlit pool. Cabra’s Dine LA lunch menu is actually a brunch to share, including smoked salmon queso fresco dip and hamachi tiradito. The shareable Dine LA dinner includes chicken thigh skewers with peanut aji panca sauce, papas huancaina, and a refreshing quinoa and beet salad. Did we mention brunch is complemented by a mimosa or your choice of coffee, tea, or juice?

Dine LA lunch menu $35; Dine LA dinner menu $55

Breakfast dishes at Cafe Fig
Cafe Fig | Photo: Hotel Figueroa

Cafe Fig



A two-year restoration has brought the iconic 1926 Hotel Figueroa’s Spanish Colonial splendor firmly up to date as an urban oasis amid Downtown LA’s bustling cultural epicenter. Under Chef Jan Claudio, the on-site Café Fig has become an everyday gathering place where DTLA professionals, locals, and tourists alike enjoy reimagined Southwest, Mediterranean, and Continental fare. Café Fig’s all-day menu includes an array of salads and sandwiches, as well as shareables like lobster mac and cheese.

Dine LA Lunch and Dinner menus coming soon. Click on the Notify Me button to get alerted when the menu becomes available."

Dine LA lunch menu $45; Dine LA dinner menu $45

Caldo Verde



Opened in October 2021 on the lobby level of the tastefully refined Downtown L.A. Proper Hotel, Caldo Verde is a Portuguese-Spanish-Californian culinary coming-together helmed by the James Beard Award-winning team of chef Suzanne Goin and restaurateur Caroline Styne. Its stately setting, bathed in natural light and “new vintage” décor, opens onto the purposeful pulse of Broadway, while within Iberian flavors and old California sensibilities combine to memorable effect.

During Dine LA, offerings include piri piri avocado toast, braised short rib, and Pink Lady apple upside-down cake.

Dine LA lunch menu $25; Dine LA dinner menu $65+

Canopy Club at The Shay in Culver City
Canopy Club | Photo: The Shay

Canopy Club



Opened in June 2022 atop Culver City’s The Shay hotel, Canopy Club brings a Palm Springs meets Miami air to a neighborhood whose storied creative traditions have lately been reinvigorated by the arrival of Amazon Studios, Apple TV+, and WarnerMedia. The Shay, a boutique hotel that opened on the edge of the arts district in late 2021 complete with the area’s first rooftop pool and bar, lives up to its claim of letting guests “experience Culver City like a local.” The Canopy Club is the 148-room property’s all-day restaurant, with both pool-adjacent tables and an inside dining room. The Californian-accented menu is reflected in its Dine LA offerings. The $45 3-course lunch and dinner menu includes head-on prawns, charred Brazilian sirloin, and olive oil cake.

Dine LA lunch menu $25; Dine LA dinner menu $55

Catch



Catch is both situated on and utterly of the California coast, serving everything from raw Kumamoto oysters to unpretentiously grilled branzino, all painstakingly prepared with only prime ingredients and presented with pride. Situated inside the under-the-radar Casa del Mar hotel, its dining room enjoys sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean that provides much of its fare through floor-to-ceiling windows, with the Santa Monica Pier’s Ferris wheel glittering in the distance at night. Catch’s Dine LA dinner menu includes choices of king oyster mushroom linguini, dry-aged branzino with champagne beurre blanc and Dungeness crab, and slow-braised short ribs entrées, plus grilled octopus and salmon tartare starters.

Dine LA dinner menu $65+

Brunch at Culina in the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills
Brunch at Culina Ristorante + Caffè | Photo: Four Seasons

Culina Ristorante + Caffe



With its vast wine list, inspired menu, and fire-lit patio, Culina Ristorante + Caffè is far from a typical LA Italian eatery - casual and affordable yet sufficiently suave for any occasion. At the heart of it all inside the energized oasis of the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Culina satiates business travelers, see-and-be-seens, and wide-eyed tourists alike.

Dine LA Lunch and Dinner menus coming soon. Click on the Notify Me button to get alerted when the menu becomes available.

Dine LA lunch menu $45; Dine LA dinner menu $65+

District DTLA



Located in the Downtown LA Financial District, Sheraton Grand Los Angeles puts you close to attractions like Crypto.com Arena, L.A. LIVE, Angels Flight, Grand Park, and Little Tokyo. Connected to the Sheraton in The Bloc shopping center, District is distinguished by its exposed-ductwork speakeasy vibe, warm service, and seasonal California cuisine.

Refuel between your DTLA explorations with District's Dine LA menu offerings, which include the District smoked Korean BBQ brisket sandwich and their Oreo cookie and banana bread pudding, enjoyed indoors or al fresco.

Dine LA lunch menu $25; Dine LA dinner menu $45

The Exchange at Freehand Los Angeles
The Exchange | Photo: Freehand Los Angeles

The Exchange



The arrival of the Freehand Los Angeles in 2017 epitomized Downtown LA's recent revitalization with the hostel-chic brand's painstaking restoration of the 1924 Commercial Exchange Building. Among a host of uncovered details were the tile mosaic owls in the floor of the property’s full-service restaurant, The Exchange – a silent echo of when the Owl Drug Store occupied the space. Today, the global flavors of Greater LA are filtered through an Israeli lens in dishes like braised lamb pita with Israeli pickles, salatim (selections of small cold dishes served as starters in Israel), and grilled lamb ribs.

Dine LA lunch menu $25; Dine LA dinner menu $65+

The Fitting Room at the Chamberlain West Hollywood
The Fitting Room | Photo: Chamberlain West Hollywood

The Fitting Room



Centrally located in a converted apartment building between the Sunset Strip and Santa Monica Boulevard, the Chamberlain West Hollywood brings old Hollywood glamor into the sophisticated here-and-now with 115 newly redesigned suites and one of the city’s most dazzling rooftop terraces. A quiet oasis close to world-class shopping, dining, and nightlife, the property also features The Fitting Room serving fresh, local California-inspired cuisine in a stylish setting. The chef-driven menu embraces American, Hispanic, and Asian influences, while the cozy surroundings and fine cocktails make this a great spot for couples (and prospective couples!) before a night of live music, nightclubbing, or comedy nearby.

Dine LA dinner menu $45

Gaslighter Social Club at The Wayfarer Downtown LA
Gaslighter Social Club | Photo: The Wayfarer Downtown LA

Gaslighter Social Club



The Wayfarer Downtown LA opened in the former Ritz Milner Hotel building right before the pandemic. Immersed in the historic Broadway Corridor, it emphasizes exploring Downtown LA as a connecting cultural experience, including lively communal spaces adorned with local art installations and the option of a bunk in shared dorms. The boutique property’s social epicenter is its Gaslighter Social Club, serving seasonal, sustainably sourced fare in a lobby setting ideal for mingling.

Their Dine LA Lunch and Dinner menus - featuring Achiote Pacifico striped bass and beignets with raspberry coulis - make for the perfect start to a day or night of DTLA adventures while getting to know fellow travelers in one of America’s great global intersections.

Dine LA lunch menu $35; Dine LA dinner menu $55

Brunch buffet at Grand Cafe in the Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza
Brunch buffet at Grand Café | Photo: @omnilosangeles, Instagram

Grand Cafe



Walking distance from The Broad and Walt Disney Concert Hall, Grand Café at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza is a relaxed spot for weekday breakfasts, California-inspired lunches, and bottomless mimosas at its raved-about weekend buffet. Occupying the Omni’s ground floor, its mid-century modern décor and extensive patio, overlooking sculptures at the adjacent Museum of Contemporary Art, make for a quintessential LA experience. Though primarily catering to business travelers, the Omni is also a savvy hotel choice for being convenient to so much from atop Bunker Hill and boasting a heated outdoor lap pool, spa services, and multiple dining and beverage options.

Dine LA lunch menu $35

Sunset view from High Rooftop Lounge at Hotel Erwin
High Rooftop Lounge | Photo: Hotel Erwin

High Rooftop Lounge



With astonishing 360-degree views of the Pacific, city, and mountains from its perch atop the boutique Hotel Erwin, High Rooftop Lounge is the only such hang in Venice and one of the best beachside rooftops anywhere in Los Angeles. Its glass balustrade and large umbrellas make this coastal must-do almost feel like a continuation of the beach below, with a vibe and people-watching to match.

High Rooftop Lounge is all about sunsets, craft cocktails, and social eats. Dine LA Lunch and Dinner offers a 3-course Horizon hummus, Pacific fish tacos, and Cali citrus cookies.

Dine LA lunch menu $35; Dine LA dinner menu $35

JW Steakhouse



Los Angeles Airport Marriott offers an unexpectedly peaceful haven just minutes from LAX thanks to soundproof windows and premium bedding in its stylish rooms, some with scenic views of lush greenery and a resort-style pool. For more than 15 years, JW Steakhouse at the Marriott has earned both a loyal following and constant converts through big, bold flavors served in a sophisticated ambiance spiced with open-kitchen energy. Delectable, made-to-order steaks and fresh, sustainable seafood are the pillars of a menu complimented by a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list. Veteran executive chef Victor Miguel, who has helmed numerous West Coast hotel dining programs, continues to refine and elevate the JW Steakhouse experience.

Dine LA dinner menu $65+

LA Prime



One of the most photographed buildings in the world, The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in Downtown LA has been a home-away-from-home for U.S. presidents, international dignitaries, and movie stars. Built in the mid 1970s yet still futuristic, LA’s largest hotel is 33 stories of mirrored glass and bold cylindrical forms. Located on the hotel's 35th floor (there are no floors numbered 7 or 13), LA Prime steakhouse has to serve something really special to take diners’ eyes off the jaw-dropping panoramic views. The adventurous menu of wet-aged prime beef from Chicago stockyards, super-fresh seasonal seafood, and an award-winning selection of wines is sure to distract from even the most arresting vistas.

Dine LA dinner menu $65+

LOAM at Ace Hotel Los Angeles
LOAM | Photo: Ace Hotel Los Angeles

LOAM at Ace Hotel



Since opening in the Broadway Theater District’s historic United Artists Building in 2014, the Ace Hotel Los Angeles has become a go-to for both business travelers and music lovers, with its Theatre at Ace Hotel hosting major touring talent plus nightly events at the lively rooftop bar and pool. LOAM, the Ace’s all-day restaurant, offers an imaginative veg-forward menu in an unpretentious atmosphere.

Dine LA lunch menu $25; Dine LA dinner menu $55

Marco Polo



Silver Lake has long been among LA’s most vivacious and distinctive districts, yet not well served by hotels. That changed with the opening of the Silver Lake Pool & Inn in 2019, featuring 54 oversized rooms/suites and an elevated pool deck immersed in the area’s buzzing art and music scene. You needn’t even leave the property to enjoy Marco Polo, where heritage-driven Milanese dishes are crafted from California’s bounty of seasonal ingredients. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch on weekends, it’s an umbrella-shaded, dog-friendly al fresco Italian dining delight popular with locals and visitors alike.

Dine LA menu $45; Dine LA dinner menu $55

Sashimi and carpaccio at Mya Rooftop at The Glenmark
Sashimi, carpaccio and more at Mya | Photo: @mya_restaurant, Instagram

MYA Steak and Sushi



At Mya, French Japanese cuisine pairs perfectly with twinkling rooftop views framed by the Verdugo Mountains. This lush sushi and steak lovers’ hideaway sits on the 7th story of the 85-room Glenmark, conveniently located at the intersection of Glendale, Burbank, Eagle Rock and Pasadena. Along with providing an Instagrammer’s dream backdrop, Mya satisfies Surf & Turf cravings with Dine LA menu offerings like Mediterranean sea bass and Filet Mignon; signature small plates such as crispy rock shrimp tempura and beef gyoza; and an array of signature sushi rolls. Round off your night with open-air cocktails at one of LA’s latest dining destinations.

Dine LA dinner menu $45

Noe Restaurant & Bar



Along with the more casual Grand Café (see above), the Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza is home to the romantic Noé Restaurant. Surrounded by Downtown LA’s distinctive energy on Bunker Hill, Noé is a tranquil fine dining escape replete with a fire-lit patio overlooking the twinkling city skyline and ingenious water features on California Plaza. Look forward to a refined seasonal California menu inspired by classic French and farm-to-table experiences created by Executive Chef Simon Warren. Round off your dinner with signature Martinis and wine at the sleek Noé Bar, with its transporting DTLA views.

Dine LA dinner menu $55

Openaire



A great hotel should be a relaxing haven in the heart of the action, and LINE LA delivers with its central Koreatown location that's convenient for the best of the city and the bustling neighborhood itself. Housed in a 1964 building that was once home to Hunter S. Thompson, the high-design boutique property has helped keep K-town on tourists’ radar since opening in 2014. LINE LA’s younger-skewing gourmand crowd is well served by Openaire, the foliage-canopied vision of two Michelin-starred chef Josiah Citrin. Whether in the greenhouse-style main dining room or at a poolside table, Citrin’s all-day New American menu stimulates multiple senses through the sun-splashed setting and the dishes themselves.

Dine LA dinner menu $55

Patio del Mar at Hotel Casa del Mar
Patio del Mar | Photo: @hotelcasadelmar, Instagram

Patio del Mar (Seasonal Pop-Up)



In addition to Catch (detailed above), Santa Monica’s Hotel Casa del Mar provides discerning diners with the delightful Patio del Mar, which debuted in July 2022. Just steps from the beach, this al fresco bistro is a prime spot for a scenic lunch or a romantic sunset dinner. Along with “land” dishes like chicken avocado panini and 10-ounce Wagyu burger, the menu is appropriately ocean-oriented - including salmon tartare, seafood salpicon, and shrimp ceviche Baja style. The service here, as throughout Casa del Mar, is on point, making the pampering hotel and its incredible eateries the centerpieces of any stay.

Dine LA lunch menu $45

40oz Tomahawk Steak at Polanco Modern Mexican Steakhouse
40oz Tomahawk Steak | Photo: Polanco Modern Mexican Steakhouse

Polanco Modern Mexican Steakhouse - Manhattan Beach



The South Bay’s first Mexican steakhouse, Polanco is down-to-earth and comfortable yet oozes a sense of occasion. It’s one more reason to stay at the elegant and well-appointed Ayres Hotel Manhattan Beach/Hawthorne - located right off I-405, close to LAX, and convenient for the famed Manhattan Beach itself, the historic pier, and Roundhouse Aquarium. During Dine LA, Polanco is serving up all the finest cuts of steak plus Maine lobster enchiladas and more. Craft cocktails and a curated wine list complete an experience unique in the area.

Dine LA dinner menu $65+

Rosy Café at the Hollywood Roosevelt
Poolside at the Rosy Café | Photo: Hollywood Roosevelt

Rosy Cafe



A true Hollywood icon that has moved with the times, The Hollywood Roosevelt continues to offer state-of-the-industry hospitality to today’s guests just as it did for Golden Age stars like Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe. A tasteful modern interpretation of Old World elegance, glamour, and playfulness, the 1927 property sits right on the Hollywood Walk of Fame where many of its former guests are honored. The Roosevelt’s stylish poolside eatery, Rosy Café is tucked beneath palm trees with a view of the David Hockney-painted Tropicana Pool.

Dine LA lunch menu $45; Dine LA dinner menu $45

Savoca - a Californian Trattoria



As its “Californian Trattoria” name suggests, Savoca is an Italian-influenced restaurant that uses regionally sourced ingredients. Enjoy house-made pastas, farm-fresh salads, and seasonal entrees served in an open-air atrium space that feels a world away from Downtown LA’s hustle and bustle.

Savoca is located at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE – for leisure and business travelers alike, the luxury property offers easy access to the massive L.A. LIVE entertainment complex, Crypto.com Arena, Microsoft Theatre, GRAMMY Museum and the LA Convention Center.

Dine LA lunch menu $35; Dine LA dinner menu $45

A5 Carpaccio at Sparrow in Hotel Figueroa
A5 Carpaccio at Sparrow | Photo: @sparrowitalia, Instagram

Sparrow Italia



Relatively speaking, Sparrow is the most formal of the historic Hotel Figueroa’s four in-house dining options (which also includes Café Fig, detailed above). This resort-like escape transports diners to the romantic southern European coast with its marble, velvet, and inset tile-accented décor with a menu to match. Sparrow serves comforting Italian and Mediterranean classics with creative twists from chefs AJ McCloud and Jan Claudio - pasta, pizza, and other wood-fired creations full of flavor and sustainable ingredients, all complemented by adventurous mixology.

Dine LA dinner menu $65+

STK Steakhouse



The W Los Angeles – West Beverly Hills is a luxurious, pet-friendly home away from home that’s perfect for anyone heading to UCLA, Westside museums, the beach, or world-class shopping in Century City and Rodeo Drive. STK Los Angeles is the chic property’s signature steakhouse, with a sleek dining room and DJ-spun soundtrack setting the scene for unforgettable eats and craft cocktails.

Dine LA Lunch and Dinner menus coming soon. Click on the Notify Me button to get alerted when the menu becomes available.

Dine LA lunch menu $25; Dine LA dinner menu $65+

Tuna tartare at West & Co. in the Hilton Los Angeles Culver City
Tuna tartare at West & Co. | Photo: @westandcola, Instagram

West & Co.



The stylish Hilton Los Angeles Culver City is conveniently located off the 405 freeway less than two miles from Silicon Beach and three miles from LAX. Within a 20-minute radius you’ll find everything from the Santa Monica Pier and Venice Beach to Sony Studios and SoFi Stadium. Appropriate to its excellent location, the Hilton’s all-day West & Co. restaurant features fresh California coastal-inspired fare in a vibrant setting.

The Dine LA entree options (the same at lunch and dinner) include a 10-ounce New York steak, roasted chicken, pan-seared salmon, short rib pappardelle, and cauliflower steak - each with a choice of starter and side. For dessert, choose from Nutella bread pudding, brown butter apple tart, or oh-so-decadent Oreo cheesecake.

Dine LA lunch menu $55; Dine LA dinner menu $55

West Restaurant & Lounge



For visitors and commuters driving through the Sepulveda Pass in West LA, it's impossible to miss the cylindrical building that rises above the San Diego Freeway and Sunset Boulevard.

Originally built as a Holiday Inn in 1970 and subsequently seen in everything from Starsky & Hutch to Heat, this singular landmark was radically revamped as the much more upscale Hotel Angeleno in 2006. Convenient to UCLA, Santa Monica, and Beverly Hills, the property also boasts a handy and decidedly dandy top-floor eatery in WEST Restaurant & Lounge. With its sophisticated ambience and New American menu of shared plates and family-style entrees - plus views from the Pacific to the city skyline - the WEST dining experience is about as LA as it gets.

Dine LA dinner menu $45