96th Street Bistro at Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel
9620 Airport Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045Neighborhood:
LAX / Westchester
CalifornianPrice: $30 and under
96th Street Bistro at Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/laxrr-renaissance-montura-hotel-los-angeles/
- Phone: 3103372800
- Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Fusion / Eclectic, Californian
- Executive Chef: George Peterson Jr.
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Takeout, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: We have private dining room that can accommodate up to 24 people. There are four different coursed pre-selected menus for this dining area.
- Private Party Contact: Heather Keenoy 8773491461
A word from 96th Street Bistro at Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel
Many years ago, before the airport came to be, this area was known as Rancho Sausal Redondo, part of a large Mexican land grant. The land on which the hotel now sits was eventually leased to tenant farmers who grew wheat, barley and beans. In recognition of the heritage of this land, we present to you the 96th Steet Bistro, named after this "dry farming' site on Airport and 96th Street. The 96th Street Bistro features only California cuisine which is a reflection of the diversity and ingenuity of the people of California with a fusion of food from all over the world. But with a twist of local ingredients. With over half of the entire nation's fruits and vegetables grown in California, we decided we had all the ingredients we needed right in our backyard. Committed to serving only the freshest ingredients provided by local farmers and ranchers, the 96th Street Bistro promises bold and imaginative dishes, so you can be sure you're enjoying extraordinary California cuisine.Continued
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96th Street Bistro at Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel reviews from OpenTable diners
6 reviews since July 2, 2014
- Ambiance2.8Noise LevelQuiet
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- Just OKMfishesqVIPDined on 9/10/2014This is just an OK place to have dinner if you are staying at the hotel.
- a good mealcleanplateDined on 9/9/2014had the salmon on corn and aparagus. salmon done right, not overcooked which is a common mistake. corn may be canned, was good. asparagus just shy of completely cooked but was fine. happy staff , not chatty which was great.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The following 24 reviews are from the 96th Street Bistro at Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel reviews archive.
- Good dinner, good serviceSTNick1Dined on 4/20/201496th Street Bistro is a great place for casual dining or special occasions. The lack of check marks just means we didn't try anything but an Easter dinner. I was a little disappointed that there wasn't an off-menu list of specials for a holiday as there was on Christmas Day, but the three of us found plenty to enjoy. One person said the French onion soup was the best she had ever tasted. My Cobb salad was fairly predictable, but with dietary restrictions, that was exactly what I needed. Ingredients were fresh and tasty, and the dressing complemented the greens and other additions perfectly. We split a shrimp flatbread, which made it a great appetizer -- nicely peppery, so beware if you prefer your food on the bland side.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- ConvenientOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 2/22/2014I think it is a very convenient place to dine if you are staying at the hotel or nearby. There is really nothing notable about the food. I will give it an "average" rating.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fine Food Near LAXTomBVIPDined on 12/31/2013We enjoyed a pleasant New Year’s Eve dinner on our second visit here in five months. The dishes are creative, like the layered tomato and mozzarella appetizer. The wait staff is attentive and patient. It is my favorite restaurant near LAX as the food is much better than you would expect at a hotel near a major airport.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Perfect escape for a LAX layoverGlobalDinerDined on 12/18/2013We had a long layover at LAX and wanted to escape the monotony of another USA airport and found 96th Street Bistro on OpenTable. The food variety was good and the quality was surprisingly good for an airport hotel. This will definitely be a spot on our list when transiting at LAX.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- LAX visit with sonOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 12/14/2013We met our relative who had a 4 hour layover before he had to go back to his new home in Australia. The traffic from Ventura was gruesome! We made it but was late. Food was awesome. Lamb shank,Shortribs and Flat iron steak all were great! We had dessert as well and rushed back to LAX with plenty of time Our server Ivan was great. Hotel gave free parking. It worked out fine. Found reviews on Yelp for airport close places to eat that helped my decision.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent Grown Up DiningEnergyEngrDined on 11/26/2013Was there for a business diner and it was overall a very good experience. We got a chance to talk and eat and were not interrupted by the servers. It was not crowded, we were not rushed and my guest felt special and appreciated. Close to the airport and the bar was excellent as a starter before our meal. Very good experience.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good food, but.......ojaijimVIPDined on 9/2/2013The food was actually quite good, particularly the salads and the flatbreads. My biggest problem was that there was a large group in the restaurant who were there for some type of sales promotion meeting complete with speaker and flip charts. Why this wouldn't have been held in one of the hotel's meeting rooms is a complete mystery to me. It definitely ruined the "ambience" of the restaurant for that evening.
- A Find by LAXTomBVIPDined on 8/7/2013At the 96th Street Bistro one can look forward to inspired fusion cuisine. I enjoyed the grilled Mahi-Mahi kebabs with grilled vegetables. The peach parfait with mascarpone featured grilled peaches provided a fine finish to an excellent meal. Our server, Fermin, provided attentive service and patiently answered all our questions regarding the menu. I will return the next time I stay at LAX before a flight home.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- For people needing a goodWeekendFarmerVIPDined on 7/12/2013For people needing a good restaurant near LAX, 96th Street Bistro is a good choice. Friday night had a female singer, who added to the experience. I would not choose this restaurant, unless you already needed to be in the LAX area. There are too many other good places within a 20 minute drive.
- always good!LisaEDined on 7/10/2013We went to dinner for our anniversary. It's where we had our rehearsal dinner, which was just about perfect. The anniversary dinner did not disappoint, either. The staff works hard to get everything right and the food is quite good. Probably the best fine dining in Westchester.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very pleasantly surprisedOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 2/26/2013Very pleasantly surprised by the excellent food and service at this airport hotel. My miso grilled chicken with mashed potatoes and long beans was delicious and my husband enjoyed the salmon. Fresh ingredients and well prepared food!Special Features:
- Delicious food in an upscaleDJIcemanVIPDined on 2/13/2013Delicious food in an upscale yet uninspired setting, with spotty service. Actually, the server was quite friendly and corrected all mistakes, but there were lots of little mistakes...
- Very good food, excellentOceanMarkDined on 1/30/2013Very good food, excellent service and attitude. Perfect for our big family group.Special Features:
- TypicaljayceeVIPDined on 12/25/2012This is in a hotel right by the airport. We sat in the bar area on the couch; table was really low and crowded when we got our food. Our server had no idea how to do the Open Table reservation thing. We only ate here because we were starving. It was a typical hotel restaurant.
- I've eaten here a few timesOpenTable Diner Since 2009VIPDined on 11/28/2012I've eaten here a few times before as I always stay at the Renaissance when I am in town on business. Service tonight was slow as the restaurant got a rush all at one time. I ordered the "prime" ribeye entree and the steak was definately not prime grade meat as asked; it was tough, chewy, and tasted like choice grade. The entree had excellent flavor as did the soup appetizer. The chef always seasons his food very well.
- Had a lovely dinner thereOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 9/22/2012Had a lovely dinner there on layover to Hawaii from the midwest. This our tradition. Perfect hotel and perfect restaurant for this relaxing respite.
- It was an OK brunch, nothingOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 9/8/2012It was an OK brunch, nothing spectacular. The breads and sweet rolls were dry and no way to warm them up. We were some of the first people there, so everything should have been very fresh. The only thing the wait staff did was bring the coffe, orange juice, and the bill. I know it was a buffet, but there was no concern about if we had concerns or questions. We had dinner there the night before the that food and service was great.
- What a great find for a hotelOpenTable Diner Since 2005Dined on 5/18/2012What a great find for a hotel restaurant. The food was delicious with a great variety on the menu. The service was very attentive and the prices were also very reasonable for the location convenience.
- I made a reservation for anJupiterDined on 5/13/2012I made a reservation for an 11:30am Brunch on Mother's day. Upon arrival I was told bunch was over at 11:00am? The lunch and dinner menu was good, but very limited. Needless to say, my party and I was very dissappointed and made the best of bad situation.Special Features:
- Was great place for familyOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 4/29/2012Was great place for family gathering. Just brunch/buffet ended too early but management showed flexibility.Special Features:
- Even though this was in aOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 3/21/2012Even though this was in a hotel, it was great! We ordered a bunch of plates and all of us shared them! Amazing flatbread with shrimp! Great service and definitely will be back!Special Features:
- We greatly enjoyed the foodDJIcemanVIPDined on 2/16/2012We greatly enjoyed the food here. Our party of ten (which was, to our pleasant surprise, seated in a private and secluded nook) ordered all over the menu, and everyone raved about their items. My only complaint was that the service was spotty and inattentive. Our server was courteous, but just let wine and water glasses sit empty, didn't check on food status, etc. Otherwise, it was a great meal and I would definitely go back.
- The hostess were welcomingOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 2/15/2012The hostess were welcoming and exceptional if only they could've been the waitresses. The waiter was totally rude, we were secluded from the other side of the restaurant which had the majority of the people there. We weren't waited on until 15 min after we sat down. The menu was unappealing and overly priced. After ordering drinks, we had to wait 20 min later just to order an appetizer and by that time I was already figuring out what restaurant we would go to next. For a first experience it was horrible.
- Excellent find in a mall setting.TravelinManDined on 12/2/2011Excellent find in a mall setting. Bar was active and mixologists were well informed. The the menu was provocative, with a number of reasonably healthy and yet creative appetizers and entrees. Portions were appropriately sized and the desert menu was enticing.Special Features: