Our Hotspots

Here's where you'll find us - and where we hope to find you - when not stepping out with The Supper Club.

Nobu Malibu

22706 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265

Nobu Malibu opened in October 1999 and has since recently transitioned from its original location to a new beachfront property located at 22706 Pacific Coast Highway. Views of the ocean are available from nearly every seat, with outdoor patio seating, an exterior lounge and floor to ceiling windows bordering our fourteen seat bar from the beautiful Pacific Ocean.

Nobu Malibu is known for exquisite cuisine featuring Nobu Matsuhisa's signature dishes such as Tiradito, Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeño, and Black Cod Miso. We also have some Malibu favorites created by our Executive Chef, Gregorio Stephenson, including Ribeye with Truffle Butter Sauce and Crispy Maui Onions, Heirloom Tomato and Snapper New Style, as well as Kobe Beef with Crispy Shiitake Mushrooms and Sugar Snap Peas.


Tower Bar

8358 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069

Designed by internationally renowned decorator Paul Fortune, The Tower Bar is the chicest and most welcoming room in town, with a fireplace and discreet niche seating for privacy. Housed in Bugsy Siegel's old apartment on the ground floor, the 80-seat room is ably administered by maitre d' Dimitri Dimitrov, widely hailed as the city's best. While the cuisine takes its inspiration from northern Italy and the French bistro, the overall accent is distinctly Californian, with a focus on fresh local ingredients.



8764 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood CA 90069

L.A.’s social hot spot, Cecconi’s, pulls guests with its elegant, chic retro Roman setting with outdoor seating for Venetian-style Italian cuisine. This West Hollywood gem has a great vibe and a mouth-watering menu that will leave you wanting more.


Chateau Marmont

8221 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046

An instant classic in the City of Angels - Andre Balasz has done it again, with a fascinating space, the interior of which is as unique as the menu itself, all contained inside the legendary Sunset Boulevard hotel designed to evoke the vibe of a French chateau.



1429 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291

With a look that mixes Asian feudal and apocalyptic hip, this cozy restaurant is perfect for light snacks for seasonal New American cuisine for dinner on the patio, or meeting new friends at the bar.


Le Petit Paris

418 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Nowhere in Los Angeles comes close to the continental European elegance of this stylishly authentic brasserie in downtown. From morning to evening with lobster eggs benedict and croque madames for breakfast to truffle pizza and meunière sole for dinner, Cannes restauranteurs David and Fanny Rolland have fashioned a winning formula of all-day classic French dining inside the stunning space featuring two bars, a mezzanine level, an outdoor patio, and an extremely sizable main dining room.



9400 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

The newest project from Chef Michael Hung of Terrine and Faith & Flower, and renowned restauranteur Stephane Bombet, Viviane presents a modern Californian interpretation of classic European and American cuisine. Located in the iconic Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills, Viviane is a mid-century oasis boasting stunning pool-side cabanas, classic cocktails, and a dining experience perfect for all hours of the day.



8752 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069

Eveleigh has embraced the original identity of the historic structure it inhabits: an intimate and unpretentious residence on an orchard, built in 1923. From the unassuming clapboard facade, to the enchanting front garden, through the rustic & reclaimed interior, all the way to the back patio where an herb and vegetable garden surround you, you can enjoy Eveleigh’s fresh and locally-sourced cuisine, or their incredible cocktail program of market-fresh fruits, herbs and spices, syrups and infusions made in-house and the finest small-batch, handcrafted spirits.



1999 N Sycamore Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90068

Yamashiro is a storied, 100-year old Hollywood restaurant that is a mecca for both fine dining and events. Executive Chef Christophe Bonnergrace has championed a multi-faceted menu of sushi, teppanyaki and other delicious offerings of classic Japanese fare that guests can enjoy high up in the Hollywood Hills, with unbeatable views of Los Angeles below.


Malibu Farm

23000 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu CA 90265

There is nowhere quite like Malibu Farm to enjoy organic, ingredient-driven cuisine with beautiful views of the Pacific as a backdrop. Helene Henderson's two locations on the Malibu Pier are well known around Los Angeles and beyond for their commitment to locally sourced farm-to-table cuisine, as well as their unparalleled dining by the sea.



114 E 2nd Street, Los Angeles CA 90012

Chef Neal Fraser’s modern American cuisine is refined yet approachable and highlights the multi-cultural influences of his native city – Los Angeles. Fraser’s menu features seasonal small and large format plates ranging from snacks or “kickshaws” to entrees meant to be enjoyed by the whole table. An extensive cocktail menu by Tobin Shea features well-balanced, bespoke renditions of the classics. Sommelier Ben Teig’s wine list is eclectic with a focus on Burgundy, Bordeaux, and California, and dedicated to aged and affordable wines – something for everyone.

Located in downtown Los Angeles, Redbird is carved into one of the city’s most historic architectural gems, inside the former rectory building of Vibiana – the cathedral-turned-event-venue also owned and operated by the Frasers and their partners. Designer Robert Weimer and Amy Knoll Fraser created a dynamic space that pays homage to the cathedral next door and the existing timeless architecture by inserting simple modern forms to complement rather than overtake the feel of the rooms. The result is a warm and comfortable considered space.


Catch LA

8715 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Perched above the dynamic streets of the West Hollywood design district on the corner of Melrose & San Vicente, CATCH LA is the west coast outpost of acclaimed New York restaurant CATCH, as conceptualized by Eugene Remm and Mark Birnbaum, the duo behind the EMM Group hospitality enterprise. With its signature open kitchen and breathtaking views of downtown Los Angeles & the Hollywood Hills, the 340 seat retractable rooftop haven invites the outside in as it blends great seafood with sushi and Asian influences and a streaming, shareable style of service with a unique, open-air dining room and elevated, interactive atmosphere.


The District by Hannah An

8722 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles, 90048.

Intricately handcrafted to transport guests into Vietnam's sensational past, The District by Hannah An is unlike any Vietnamese restaurant in the U.S. Like the experience in her country of birth, every guest is greeted, served and tended to like they're part of the family; they're encouraged to sit, enjoy, linger, and learn-no guest should ever feel rushed. Because so much history graces the casual-upscale setting, from the cuisine to the decor, staff members are encouraged to create conversations that educate through shared interest.

Hannah has created an environment that thrives on harmony. The sounds of laughter enhance the room's energy, which bolsters the mood in the kitchen, where food is prepared and dished with love, which is enjoyed by those same jovial guests. Repeat. Everything is part of and a distinct reflection of everything.



624 South La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Chef Walter Manzke brings local ingredients to diners in a relaxed yet refined space with communal tables and a bakery for breakfast, lunch and dinner.



8279 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046

In the heart of West Hollywood lies Norah where you will find eclectic new American cuisine by Chef Mike Williams. The stylist Thomas Schoos designed space features high ceilings with beautiful natural light for the perfect ambiance for brunch and dinner. From their Cast Iron Cornbread with Rosemary-Honey Butter to their Black Truffle Tagliatelle, you’re palettes will be in for a treat.



11647 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Baltaire is a contemporary Brentwood steakhouse known for bringing in the highest grade steaks and exceptional seafood by Executive Chef Travis Strickland. The ambiance is modern, light and airy with a beautiful bar and cozy fireplace amongst a beautiful dining room. Look no further than Baltaire for a lavish lunch or dinner.


The Little Door

8164 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048

The perfect romantic escape. This cozy spot is a hidden oasis in the heart of West Hollywood. Chef T. Nicolas Peter’s widely assorted menu will please any craving. From Kibbeh to scallops to filet mignon, the menu is dynamic and delectable. The dim lit atmosphere and twinkly lights create a magical setting in the secret courtyard. Take a moment to have a drink from the restaurant's extensive wine list, offering a vast selection from all over the world. A 20-year history of serving amazing tastes presented in a beautiful setting makes The Little Door one of LA's classic eateries for lovers.



1071 Glendon Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024

Fellow is bringing an eclectic American feel to Westwood. With menu choices like the ashi-poached king salmon salad and a buttermilk and pickle-brined fried chicken sandwich you will want to make it your new lunch-break spot. The charcoal and wood bar is matched perfectly by the brick wall behind it, making it irresistible to grab a Stumptown cold brew or a thirst quenching cocktail.


Jean-Georges Beverly Hills

9850 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Experience an unforgettable night at the Jean-Georges Beverly Hills restaurant located within The Waldorf Astoria Hotel. The hotel and restaurant will transport you back in time to glamorous old Hollywood, featuring dazzling crystal chandeliers and art deco decor. Explore Michelin-star chef Jean-Georges palatable menu inspired by South American flavors and European classics or enjoy drinks while surrounded by panoramic views of scenic Los Angeles while at The Rooftop by JG. From weekend brunch, to an evening dinner, Jean-Georges at The Waldorf Astoria hotel will be a meal to remember.



222 S Hope St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Located next door to the famous Broad Museum is the perfect social getaway, Otium. The name, Otium, derives from Latin roots, drawing emphasis on a place where time should be spent on leisurely social activities. Accents of steel, wood and copper mixed with warm lighting create an inviting ambiance that makes Otium the perfect spot to meet with friends or have a romantic night out. Chef Timothy Hollingsworth embraces the on-site garden, wood-fired grills and rotisseries in his rustic menu featuring contemporary classics full of vibrant and unique flavors. Otium is raw, yet refined, and is the perfect restaurant to gather with friends and family.



7511 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046

In the heart of West Hollywood lies Barbette, the elegant and chic French bar and bistro. Lush red velvet, romantic lighting and detailed patchwork art will greet you at the door as designer Sean MacPherson fashioned Barbette to mimic old world Paris. Take the opportunity to have a delicious cocktail or glass of wine before enjoying the perfect melding of French classics with a modern twist as created by Robert Flaherty, executive chef of Barbette. Experience dinner inside or outside on the patio which is adorned with sparkling lights and accompanied by a cozy atmosphere. Barbette is the perfect destination for exquisite food and drink and romantic night out with your loved one.



1332 2nd St, Santa Monica

In the heart of Santa Monica lies Élephante, a Los Angeles hotspot with a Mediterranean design flair. With a sweeping view of the Pacific Ocean and delicious food and drinks, Élephante is the perfect destination for a warm evening out. Restaurateur Nick Mathers designed the coastal-chic eatery taking inspiration from his passion for travel, worldly touches such as handwoven plates and baskets made by African Balinese artisans. The airy and spacious venue serves as the perfect backdrop for a night with friends, a romantic date or a casual get together. Stop by at sunset for a magical dinner with drinks while taking in the ocean air.

NoMad LA

649 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Step into NoMad LA and instantly be transported into a world of lush jewel-toned couches, soaring ceilings and an electric atmosphere. Located in the former Bank of Italy, the two-leveled restaurant was started by restaurateur Will Guidara and chef Daniel Humm. Find yourself indulging on modern classics from the NoMad New York, with a Los Angeles flair. The deep colors, dim lighting and dramatic ceilings contrast the laid-back nature of LA in a beautiful opposition.


Hotel Figueroa

939 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Hotel Figueroa is Downtown LA’s go-to boutique hotel and a haven for creatives, where art is seen, heard & tasted. The Spanish Colonial architecture and design are a true take on classic Los Angeles design. Details of arched windows, ironwork chandeliers, tiled floors and an original limestone fireplace are what makes the Hotel Figueroa the perfect destination for a romantic evening out. Enjoy a pre- or post-meal drink at Bar Figueroa, adorned with leather seating and tall ceilings allowing guests to savor the night.