A beautiful & bustling mid-city haute hotspot to nestle with your nearest.
A culinary cache for both chic and casual occasions, Hinoki & the Bird occupies both rarefied and down-to-earth dining space. Choose from the fabulous private dining room, patio or buyout the entirety of the restaurant for a beautiful bash with your bests.
The Lowdown Venue Setting
Descending through the minimalist unmarked door of Hinoki & the Bird, our guest experience an escape from Los Angeles where elegant architecture and the travel’s of our chef transport diners to global destinations. Hinoki & the Bird’s vision is centered around travel inspired cuisine, in which the menu becomes a gateway for experiencing of the-moment California cuisine, locally sourced fare, and a fresh yet complex cocktail program.
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range Does this include catering fees?
Estimated Price Per Head
from $75 to $300
Taxes - 8.75%, Service Charge - 20%, Administrative Fee -3%
Additional Insurance May Be Required Depending On The Event
Capacity Seated 180 Buffet 180 Standing 275 Celebrations Hosted Here Since 2012 Venue Spaces Indoor & Outdoor Venue Spaces Available Catering Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue Alcohol Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services Corkage/Bottle Fee – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol For A Fee Inside Scoop
“This isn’t fine dining in the traditional sense – the room feels bustling, like you’re in just the spot everyone wants to be, and casual in the best way…It takes an extreme level of dedication to create an experience this flawless. You won’t just taste it; you’ll also see it, feel it and breathe it in.” – LA Weekly “Hinoki & the Bird serves as a sort of culinary snapshot of Los Angeles itself, a city where immigrants from Japan, Southeast Asia and the Middle East coexist with locavores, expense-account epicures and health-nut hippies.” – T, The New York Times Style Magazine
Amenities A/V Equipment Valet Parking Wifi Ample Parking Onsite Dining Chairs Dining Tables Onsite Restrooms Venue Features The Scene: Located on the ground floor of the century, a new luxury condo highrise in Beverly Hills, the restaurant is designed by architect Milo Garcia and features a spacious and open dining environment that’s welcoming and vibrant, while at the same time lavish and laid-back. Upon entering Hinoki & The Bird guests encounter charred cedar wood, melding into a massive door that peeks into the activity within through interwoven glass and timber. A perched foyer funnels toward a ‘stacked’ stairwell of solid walnut. The spacious dining area is lined with original oak walls, reclaimed from an old barn. In fact there’s an abundance of wood here, as the entire ceiling is playfully composed of contorted cedar planes, giving the dining area a romantic edge. When proceeding guests encounter an understated contemporary bar, lit by curved brass lamps dangling from the ceiling, and an elongated communal table with seats made up of flea market chairs reimagined. This section of the restaurant is surrounded by curved brass panels and rows of cabinets that slide open, framed by gleaming overlapping aluminum reminiscent of a midcentury diner. Facing the bar is an open kitchen, silhouetted in acid-etched glass, and stacked antique kitchenware atop brass shelving. Design: The adjacent aged steel and glass wall marks the portal to the expansive outdoor patio, which actually constitutes more than half of the entire restaurant. Adding up to Hinoki & The Bird’s eclectic aesthetics is seating grouped from 1930s-inspired bus benches, alongside denim patchwork sofas, all enclosed within a lush wall of vines. The patio feature a retractable roof and radiant heated floors, that makes this garden like room usable all year around. Standout Venue Features: We have a private driveway with a valet circle to allow for our guest to have a premium drop off service. Awards & Notables
We have been featured in Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, New York Times, New York Post, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Weekly, Esquire, Wine Spectator, Wall Street Journal and many more. Awards include: LA Weekly, 2013, 4-star review Los Angeles Times, 2013, Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants Los Angeles Magazine, 2013, 3-star review, Best New Restaurants CBS, 2013, Best New Restaurants in LA Food & Wine, 2013, America's best lobster rolls E Online, 2013, Chicest Restaurants in LA Time Out LA, 2013, Best looking restaurant in LA Restaurant Hospitality, 2013, Best sandwiches in America Zagat National, 2013, Country's hottest openings Bon Appetit, 2013, 50 Best New Restaurants Esquire, 2013, Best New Restaurants Los Angeles Weekly, 2013, Best Lobster Roll of L.A. Wine Spectator, 2014, Award of Excellence Los Angeles Times, 2014, Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants Dwell.com, 2015, 10 Best-Designed Restaurants in America
Celebration Locations Indigo Room: Semi-Private room on the Terrace - Max Capacity: 32 Seated, 45 standing - Price: Join the party and sign in to view pricing South Terrace: Half of our outside terrace - Max Capacity: 75 Seated / 100 Standing - Price: Join the party and sign in to view pricing Hinoki Terrace: Our full terrace space. - Max Capacity: 130 Seated / 200 Standing - Price: Join the party and sign in to view pricing Full Restaurant Buyout: Access to all areas of the restaurant including the main bar. - Max Capacity: 180 Seated / 300 Standing - Price: Join the party and sign in to view pricing THIS VENUE DOES NOT HAVE ANY REPORTS AT THIS TIME. Check back again soon!