“Gilded Age glam” and “mid-century swank” coalesce under the mood lighting of this sensuous restaurant space. This upscale Toluca Lake eatery styles itself as a “supper club,” exhibiting all of the poise you’d expect from such a chic designation. Aesthetically, it manages to evoke both Don Draper and The Age of Innocence in a single breath. With backdrops that wouldn’t look out of place in a James Bond picture, this sauve space tantalizes the senses with middle eastern carpets, velvet seating, and ample indigo blue accents. Ornately bound antique books line the walls, recalling 19th century studies and drawing rooms. Rich blues, ripe reds, and warm mahogany color the space, crowned by rows of exposed beams overhead. World-class cuisine is artfully served on handmade clay dinnerware, with luxurious offerings like wagyu rib and “lollipop” seafood skewers.
This sprawling 3800-square-foot restaurant has already housed a number of film and television shoots, as well as an array of private events. With 140-seating capacity, it was conceived in part as a music venue. The Grammy-winning owner of this creative space ensured that it would feature superb acoustics during its buildout, contributing to its partial identity as a first-class music venue. The Meyer Constellation acoustic system carefully calibrates the restaurant’s sound and is able to shift the acoustic balance at the tap of a button. The 26 Meyer Libra soundproof wall panels eliminate any potential concerns over noise level.
This space is centrally located between Universal and Studio City, meaning easy accessibility for production crews nearby. When you need a setting for your characters’ whispery rendezvous, or want to charm business guests with Old Hollywood polish, our venue is the hopelessly cool destination for your production, business meeting or private event.