Great food and service. Really liked the dish they recommend and would order it again. My dining companion liked his food too! Yum!
Post and Beam is always consistent and yummy. Sunday brunch is tasty.
Excellent customer service, great food, awesome gluten free options, gorgeous/fun/sexy/easy atmosphere.
Let me start by saying that the ambiance of the restaurant is great, and was a welcomed addition to the area. My issue lies with the customer service specifically the manager and the owner. If you do go, pay very close attention to how selective those two are with whom and how they greet certain patrons. This happened to on two separate visits, so it is not my imagination. It is very apparent and distasteful. In addition, our food actually was late, as I watched friends of the owner (who by the way were seated at least 10 minutes after us), receive their food first. I don't know if this place changed ownership or if that guy is a co-owner but after that same experience twice I will not be going back, nor will I recommend this place to anyone.
Good food. Good music on the weekends for brunch!
The Post and Beam is a great find in the city of LA. It has a nice ambience and the decor is fresh and up to date. The service is stellar, everyone being so attentive.
The food is great. I usually get the catfish. It’s cooked perfectly. I’m a fan of the deviled eggs too. They are delicate and upscale. I have had most things on the menu and I have to say the chef is very consistent. Everything prepared the same and delicious every time. Only one thing is missing. Those great cheese filled olives for the martinis!
We were immediately seated. However, it took to long for the staff to take our order. When we placed our, it took over 15 mins to receive.
Great staff and cozy. Not sure if they have a live band sometimes but I would definitely recommend live music. Shrimp and grits is a must try.
Finally made it to Post and Beam pre-concert at The Forum and enjoyed everything about it. We'll be back -
Went with girlfriends before Bruno Mars and it was fabulously. Wish it was closer to Orange County. Definitely a go to before
Concerts at the forum