Nowadays Art Decor Glamour it’s not exclusive to Paris, his influence can be seen in the design of buildings, furniture, jewelry, fashion, home interior decor, bars and even restaurants all over the world. And Los Angel’s beeing one of the trendiest city’s in the world, is embracing the dramatic opulence of Great Gatsby proportions, especially in the interior design world, with stacked chandeliers, glossy finishes, and Art Deco gold detailing.
For the past several years, the booming foodie scene has been inflected by Old Hollywood glamor of the roaring twenties and amazing bohemian restaurants surface with glamorous art deco interior designs. Here at Room Decor Ideas, we will give a list of Art Deco Restaurants you can’t miss.
If you walk too fast down Spring Street you just might miss it, however, this newest Cocktail Lounge is the new classy but not pretentious spot that you have to visit. With contractor James Peres, El Dorado owner Rio Hackford styled his DTLA basement speakeasy to evoke the secrecy of the building’s Prohibition-era roots: Tufted leather banquettes, low-lit sconces, and art-glass panels line the walls all screaming classic cocktail Art Deco.
Paley is a grand new restaurant adapted from what was built as the original headquarters of CBS Radio in 1938. The restaurant is fairly majestic in scale – high ceilings, lots of glass with the finishes and elegant curves borrowed from the Hollywood Moderne art deco style, the glass light fixtures embodies the vibe from 1963 and you feel that you could be in a white telephone movie.
Chef Greg Bernhardt brings his expertise from past establishments and applies his seasoned skills and multicultural heritage to Paley cuisine
The Edmon is a modern American restaurant set in the beautiful 1927 Art Deco marvel, the Hollywood Historic Hotel. Just a stone’s throw away from Paramount Studios, this fine dining experience compliments charming old world ambiance with an innovative dinner menu, a vast selection of wines and spirits, and live music into the later hours of the night.
Curtis Stone, the Australian-born chef known to many from Bravo’s Top Chef Masters, has opened his second Los Angeles restaurant – Gwen named after his grandmother. It is housed in a 1928 building on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood and has just the right vibe for the décor. With tiered crystal chandeliers, lush velvet and rattan banquettes, and custom mouth-blown pendant lights. Gwen’s meat-focused menu makes reference to the elegance and rituals of traditional butcher shops in Europe.
With a nod to the ’20s and “stay a while” mentality, Delilah is redefining the Los Angeles party scene.
The main event in this restaurant are the four vertical pillars in the center, sheathed in 900 hand-cut mahogany petals, lacquered with a high-sheen finish it’s also set with a marble bar set amongst moody lighting, plush pink seating, crystal sconces, and mixed wood truly transport you back to the Prohibition era. Add in the stunning fireplace, which accentuates the entire scene, and this is definitely a spot you’ll want to come and stay a while.
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