What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for $60 worth of new American cuisine
- $90 for $120 worth of new American cuisine for four or more
The Larchmont occupies a hundred-year-old, two-story structure, a former guest house once located on the Paramount lot. The building was moved to its current location decades ago and retains the warm, inviting ambiance of its original purpose. Reinforcing its approachability, the building’s design offers a glimpse of an architectural style that defines some of Greater Los Angeles’s most desirable neighborhoods. Once inside the distinctive red door, guests find themselves in a charming yet chic room with prominent brick fireplace, warm woods, and modern art. A vintage mirror over the fireplace and a colorful underwater scene from renowned photographer Kristian Schmidt serve as focal points in a whitewashed main dining room that is reminiscent of a breezy beach bungalow in The Hamptons or on the Côte d’Azur. The meticulously curated art collection also includes pieces from celebrity photographer Mathieu Bitton and painter Adam Bricusse, other works of art provided by Twyla. A wooden deck, sheltered from traffic, noise, and inclement weather, accommodates relaxed alfresco dining. An upstairs dining room - complete with its own private entrance, patio balcony and separate restroom - is a coveted special event venue, ideal for occasions ranging from Hollywood wrap parties to rehearsal dinners.. With Paramount Pictures just a couple blocks away, The Larchmont enjoys an A-list celebrity following, but remains the kind of place where every guest receives star treatment.
Since March 2013, Owners Mathew Cape and Spoon Singh have reaffirmed their commitment to a sustainable market-driven philosophy with the introduction of Michel Bryant whose menu reflects both California sensibilities and global inspirations “Mixed European, California-style with a touch of southern charm”. Chef Bryant’s refined touch on homestyle classics like his award winning fried chicken will put you at home. Mixologist Chris Kramer brings fresh herbal libations to the dinner table, his original cocktail “Savory Martini on the rocks” has become the house mascot. Kramer also hunts for small vintage wines to keep in rotation, offering new and intrinsic wine pairing options. list Located just north of vibrant Larchmont Village on a rapidly gentrifying stretch of Melrose Avenue, The Larchmont is not only a beloved neighborhood restaurant but a destination for diners seeking superb cuisine paired with truly individualized service and hospitality.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.