In a city where cameras are always watching, it's no surprise that Los Angeles is home to a variety of restaurants that offer private dining options. From separate dining rooms to secluded backyards, there are plenty of places to host an unforgettable event. Whether you're planning an ugly sweater party for the holidays or an epic birthday celebration, here are some must-see options for your next private event.Evan Funke's ode to Roman classics in the historic Citizen News building has been a hit since its inauguration in January. Now, two new private dining rooms (PDRs) offer another way in.
The larger indoor-outdoor space can accommodate 25 people seated and 50 standing, while the smaller room can accommodate 12 or 20 people standing. With the holiday season quickly approaching, be sure to submit your reservation requests as soon as possible. A party at Genghis Cohen, a New York-style Chinese food restaurant open since 1983, is like taking a trip back in time. The nostalgic and landscaped space recently renovated the adjoining place, with capacity for 50 people seated and 100 standing. Plus, the restaurant is also available for full purchases if you have a larger group. The one-year-old Cobi is known for its lively Southeast Asian cuisine and charming interiors.
While they don't have a private dining room in the traditional sense of the word, their lush backyard and covered outdoor garden can be rented for events with different capacities depending on the size of the group (up to 48 people seated and 50 standing). The restaurant also offers full purchases if you have a larger group. Ray Garcia's modernist dining experience at the Walt Disney Concert Hall opened in March with a menu that changes depending on the season. For your next meeting, the space offers a private dining room for 16 people with family-style fixed-price options. While getting a table at this popular Hollywood venue can be next to impossible (though here are some tips for getting in), booking a private event can be a little more cost-effective. Liz Johnson and Will Aghajanian's brasserie is always lively, with a mix between a European pub and an English equestrian club.
The gallery space can accommodate 30 people seated and 45 people standing, while the garden space can accommodate 50 people seated and 100 people standing. Located inside the new Academy Museum, Fanny's offers a cafeteria-type breakfast and lunch service during the day, and a more elegant and spectacular dining experience at night. The space has a private dining room for up to 12 people on the mezzanine floor, with views of the dining room and museum. A semi-private space can accommodate up to 38 people. Outpost is an ideal choice when it comes to PDR options. For medium-sized groups, its heated patio seats 24 people, plus a large-format menu that includes favorite dishes such as bo ssam and ribs.
For large parties, the private indoor dining room has a floor-to-ceiling view of the cellar and can accommodate 36 seated or 55 standing guests. Petit Trois' new Hollywood hot spot offers semi-private dining space that can seat up to 10 people. Enjoy French classics by chef Ludo Lefebvre in this cozy atmosphere. Curtis Stone's beloved steakhouse and butcher shop has several PDR options for parties of many sizes. The wine room can accommodate 30 people (50 standing), with fixed price options or personalized menus. The restaurant also offers full purchases, which can include groups of 90 people seated or 115 people standing. Esters Wine Shop & Bar is an elegant restaurant located in downtown Santa Monica near Fire Department Station 1 on 7th Street.
Enjoy seasonal French dishes and more than 250 wine selections in their wine cellar that doubles as a private dining room with capacity for 20 people. Executive chef Jason Prendergast uses traditional French cooking methods to create modern versions of classic dishes at Dragon Centro in Century City neighborhood of Los Angeles. Many people love coming here for a private dining experience making it one of the best stops in Los Angeles. Buy this huge Italian restaurant in Arts District where you'll find an all-gold bar industrial dining room and floor-to-ceiling murals that are visually stunning and little confusing. If you need place to celebrate closing of big deal this exclusive Southern restaurant in Beverly Center is good option. If you're looking for something that screams “elegance” (without raising your voice) upscale French restaurant Pasjoli in Santa Monica has outdoor backyard with multi-course dinner served family style. Yes you too can have party of your dreams at this dark over-the-top honestly dystopian restaurant in Culver City. The Little Door is romantic French spot Weho where you almost expect chandelier...