In a city nestled between the sea and the mountains, luxury restaurants with mesmerizing views hold the perfect ingredients for an exceptional dining experience! Los Angeles is home to some of the best-tasting menus and luxury restaurants.
Élephante is a beach house in Santa Monica and the restaurant terrace offers postcard-worthy views of the palm-fringed seafront, without the clubby atmosphere typical of venues closer to the sea. The airy luxury restaurant feels like a fancy living room – except it serves pizza, cacio e pepe and gemelli with octopus and crab.
How about dinner at Gucci‘s? The luxury brand has improved its store in Beverly Hills, opening one of the chicest luxury restaurants in town! Gucci Osteria by the world-renowned, three Michelin-starred Chef Massimo Bottura, offers the most intimate and fine dining experience.
71Above offers a delicious feast of poached oysters, agnolotti, steak tartare, and scallops. With unparalleled 360° views, this is one of the places to be if you want to enjoy a very special occasion. You’ll find this luxury restaurant 71 stories up in the U.S. Bank Tower.
L.A.’s Michelin-starred Hayato holds something special and magical. The space is intimate and almost reverent, the ceramics are handcrafted and imported from Japan, and Go’s precision and technique come by way of training under some of Japan’s top chefs, clear in his execution of every course on the dinner-only kaiseki menu.
The main restaurant at this boutique hotel in Hollywood. LA is full of luxury restaurants, bue none are as colorful and laid-back as Mama‘s – and that vibe carries over to the menu, with comfort food like adobo wings, zucchini flower arancini, and the Le Royale Burger on a Hawaiian bun.
This luxury restaurant in the Burbank hills certainly offers the best view of the valley. After a recent renovation, the country club vibe has been swapped for a fresher ambiance with steaks, whole fried fish, and impressive charcuterie plates.
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Nobu Malibu is known for its excellent sushi prepared by Chef Nobu Matsushia and also for its romantic and picturesque luxury restaurant on the beach. The interior is also elegant and perfect for sophisticated dinners.
The best of Mediterranean cuisine, especially seafood, is on the menu at this luxury restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles. Pilot is located on the only crooked block of Broadway, so the rooftop bar looks directly down on the street’s canyon of glowing theater marquees.
David Beran’s Santa Monica darling gives diners Haute French cuisine with a scalable menu. All the symbols of fine French cooking are there, delicate and artfully displayed in dishes such as the house-baked brioche filled with chicken liver mousse and a shallot-and-truffle jam; butter-poached lobster in puff pastry; and an exquisite scallop with caviar swimming in beurre blanc.
For a long time, Perch was the only luxury restaurant with a modern rooftop and bar in Downtown Los Angeles. The lower level spans two floors and has a romantic interior and a narrow patio where you can enjoy steak frites and bread pudding, while the open-air rooftop terrace offers the same menu.