Level 8 Est. 2023

1254 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA

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Revolutionizing Los Angeles’ dining and social landscape, this first-of-its-kind dining, drinking, and entertainment experience features eight distinct and mesmerizing destinations!
The Lowdown
Type
Banquet Hall / Event Facility
Bar / Club / Lounge
Hotel / Resort / Spa
Penthouse / Rooftop
Restaurant / Private Dining
Views
Cityscape
Historical Monument
Skyline
Valley
Style
Casual
Futuristic
Spanish
Tropical
Whimsical
BEST type of CELEBRATIONS
Product Launch
Bachelor / Bachelorette Party
Conferences
Corporate Event
Dinner Party
Holiday Party
Networking Events
Rehearsal Dinner / Welcome Reception
Wedding Reception

Venue Setting

Revolutionizing Los Angeles’ dining and social landscape, this first-of-its-kind dining, drinking, and entertainment experience features eight distinct and mesmerizing destinations, occupying the entirety of the eighth floor of the recently launched Moxy & AC Hotel Downtown LA, located directly across the street from Crypto.com Arena and the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Fees
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?

Yes

Estimated Price Per Head

from $150 to $400

Insurance

Additional Insurance Is Not Required To Host An Event Here

Capacity

Seated
150
Buffet
500
Standing
1200
Celebrations Hosted Here Since
2023
Curfew
3 AM
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
BYO Permitted – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol
Music
Indoors & Outdoors
Smoking
Non-smoking Venue
Accommodations
Discounted hotel room rates at the Moxy/AC Hotel. 
Amenities
  • A/V Equipment
  • Bridal Suite/Changing Rooms Onsite
  • Valet Parking
  • Wifi
  • Dining Chairs
  • Dining Tables
  • Onsite Restrooms
Venue Features
The Scene:

Immersive hospitality visionaries Mark and Jonnie Houston, in collaboration with Mitchell Hochberg of Lightstone, have launched their first multilayered concept, Level 8. Revolutionizing Los Angeles’ dining and social landscape, this first-of-its-kind dining, drinking, and entertainment experience features eight distinct and mesmerizing destinations, occupying the entirety of the eighth floor of the recently launched Moxy & AC Hotel Downtown LA, located directly across the street from Crypto.com Arena and the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Design:
Sprawled across 30,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, with room for over 1500 guests, this expansive maze of concepts brings together a riot of seemingly disparate global influences held together by their connection to the history of Downtown LA and by an artful combination of authentic cuisine, performance-driven nightlife, and interactive design.
Standout Venue Features:

Custom curated chef-driven menus
Pre-function meeting spaces
Dance floors
Built in sound with the latest tech capabilities
Inputs for TV, hardwired internet, audio, video & DJ • Performance stages
Modern facilities and equipment
Full lighting capabilities
State of the art audio/visual equipment • Flexible layout options
Excellent sound and acoustics
Al fresco roof decks
Complimentary high-speed WIFI
Valet Parking

Celebration Locations
Golden Hour:
An urban oasis eight stories above Downtown LA, the hotel’s Miami-meets-Copacabana pool deck features private cabanas, swing seats, a fire pit, convertible lounge chairs, and Rio-style patterned tiles surrounding two swimming pools.
- View: Sweeping views of Los Angeles
- Max Capacity: 250
Mr. Wanderlust:
A sophisticated piano bar and jazz lounge with a theatrical spin, Mr. Wanderlust consists of two rooms: a lounge-like anteroom with a fireplace, high bookshelves, and idiosyncratic mementos and photographs decorating the walls, and a larger bar area with a main stage where performances take place.
- View: Indoor Venue
- Max Capacity: 85
Maison Kasai:
An interactive dining experience from Michelin- starred chef Joshua Gil, Maison Kasai is an elevated teppanyaki restaurant that combines French and Japanese techniques with culinary virtuosity and a touch of performance art.
- View: Indoor Venue
- Max Capacity: 70
Lucky Mizu:
Treat your guests to an event that feels like dining in a music box at Lucky Mizu, a restaurant featuring a global mix of hot pot dishes and seiro mushi steamed entrees. Available for a full buyout, the space is distinguished by a 40-foot Earth Harp that stretches from one corner of the ceiling diagonally across to the other, enveloping the space in sound. Diners prepare their own seiro mushi and hot pot dishes, steaming or boiling the world’s finest meats, wild-caught seafood, and fresh organic produce.
- View: Indoor Venue
- Max Capacity: 50
Que Barbaro:
Discover the diversity of South American cuisine through the tradition of live fire cooking, all prepared with a side of dazzling showmanship. Over an open wood flame, Esquire Chef of the Year Ray Garcia and his team cook a regularly changing menu featuring fine cuts of meats, fresh seafood, and creative vegetarian dishes, all kissed with smoke and infused with bold, refined flavors.
- View: Indoor Venue
- Max Capacity: 80
The Brown Sheep:
Host a memorable outdoor event or reception at The Brown Sheep Taqueria, a classic taco truck with a modern twist anchoring a bright, bold, and festive outdoor terrace on the 8th floor. Festooned with Talavera tiles, wood-and-leather Equipale chairs, wrought iron furniture, and other Mexican design elements, the space includes a DJ booth fashioned from the front end of a vintage sports car.
- View: DTLA Views
- Max Capacity: 70
Mother of Pearl:
Through an archway garlanded in brilliant marigolds, Mother of Pearl is an alfresco Champagne and raw bar on the 8th-floor terrace with a festive atmosphere. Designed as a Spanish Colonial gazebo, the round bar serves up raw bar specialties and creative dishes designed by Michelin-starred chef Joshua Gil
- View: DTLA Views
- Max Capacity: 40
Sinners y Santos:
An immersive nightlife venue that hosts unforgettable events, Sinners y Santos is conceived as an abandoned 19th-century cathedral that has been converted into a clandestine wrestling theater, The unique space features Gothic stained- glass arches, walls lined in brick and Venetian plaster, wrought iron chandeliers and sconces, and distressed oak millwork.
- View: Indoor Venue
- Max Capacity: 300
Eats & Drinks
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
Food, Restaurants, Cafes:

Maison Kasai -An interactive dining experience from Michelin- starred chef Joshua Gil, Maison Kasai is an elevated teppanyaki restaurant that combines French and Japanese techniques with culinary virtuosity and a touch of performance art.

Lucky Mizu- Treat your guests to an event that feels like dining in a music box at Lucky Mizu, a restaurant featuring a global mix of hot pot dishes and seiro mushi steamed entrees. Available for a full buyout, the space is distinguished by a 40-foot Earth Harp that stretches from one corner of the ceiling diagonally across to the other, enveloping the space in sound.

Que Barbaro - Discover the diversity of South American cuisine through the tradition of live fire cooking, all prepared with a side of dazzling showmanship. Over an open wood flame, Esquire Chef of the Year Ray Garcia and his team cook a regularly changing menu featuring fine cuts of meats, fresh seafood, and creative vegetarian dishes, all kissed with smoke and infused with bold, refined flavors.

Brown Sheep - Host a memorable outdoor event or reception at The Brown Sheep Taqueria, a classic taco truck with a modern twist anchoring a bright, bold, and festive outdoor terrace on the 8th floor.

Mother of Pearl - Through an archway garlanded in brilliant marigolds, Mother of Pearl is an alfresco Champagne and raw bar on the 8th-floor terrace with a festive atmosphere. Designed as a Spanish Colonial gazebo, the round bar serves up raw bar specialties and creative dishes designed by Michelin-starred chef Joshua Gil and inspired by fruits and vegetables hand-picked from LA’s famous farmers markets as well as sustainably sourced seafood.

 
Bars & Lounges:
Golden Hour - An urban oasis eight stories above Downtown LA, the hotel’s Miami-meets-Copacabana pool deck features private cabanas, swing seats, a fire pit, convertible lounge chairs, and Rio-style patterned tiles surrounding two swimming pools.

Mr. Wanderlust - A sophisticated piano bar and jazz lounge with a theatrical spin, Mr. Wanderlust consists of two rooms: a lounge-like anteroom with a fireplace, high bookshelves, and idiosyncratic mementos and photographs decorating the walls, and a larger bar area with a main stage where performances take place. 

Sinners y Santos- An immersive nightlife venue that hosts unforgettable events, Sinners y Santos is conceived as an abandoned 19th-century cathedral that has been converted into a clandestine wrestling theater, The unique space features Gothic stained- glass arches, walls lined in brick and Venetian plaster, wrought iron chandeliers and sconces, and distressed oak millwork. 

Once inside, greenery falls from exposed trusses as in an overgrown catacomb, a DJ booth disguised as a pipe organ emits light and smoke, and cozy banquettes sit under arched, barrel-vaulted ceilings. Above the oversize bar in the center of the room, a wrestling ring descends from the ceiling and serves as a stage for surprise performances, such as a choreographed Lucha Libre show by masked acrobats.

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