Entering into Patina Restaurant introduces you to an evening of incomparable sophistication. Conveniently located inside The Walt Disney Concert Hall, our flagship restaurant showcases the highest culinary standards of Master Chef Joachim Splichal within an exclusive setting in Downtown Los Angeles. We offer seasonal tasting menus, artisanal cheeses, caviar service, and an award-winning wine list. With the leadership of Executive Chef Andreas Roller, our team focuses on creating a moment of culinary indulgence, from artistic plate presentation to rare wine selections. Serving as an ideal location for pre-performance dining, a special night, or to impress guests and clients, our contemporary French cuisine is truly the pinnacle of luxurious dining within Los Angeles.
Closed Sundays June 10-October 7
August 19-September 13
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T 213-972-3028 I F 213-814-1850
Fine dining experience. Great food, wine and service. We enjoyed tasting menu. Wagyu beef was amazing. Appetizers were good. Small beautiful tasteful plates.They have really interesting water menu. Don’t laugh, it is a thing. I actually had a conversation with water sommelier, it was enlightening.
I really enjoyed the service. The food was excellent.
Love Martin the water sommelier
Miguel, Jose and all the staff were so attentive and friendly. The food was delicious. Such an enjoyable dinner!
From start to finish, I had an absolutely incredible time at Patina. I spent over four hours here! Everyone was just remarkable, attentive, and so polite. The food was just unbelievably good. I loved how wine-centric and intimate the restaurant was, as well. It may sound crazy to some, but I’d rather eat at Patina than n/naka (yep, I said it). For everything you get, it’d be hard to argue that Patina has reached the grand dame status of LA, fully deserving their Michelin star.
Beautiful meal from start to finish. Attentive and gracious service only enhanced the incredibly delicious dinner.
This place never disappoints. Phenomenal service, food and all around experience. Decadent all the way.
Nice experience last night at patina to celebrate my bday!!
We went during the DineLA week. It was $95 per person, be careful, there are lots of supplement charges and the server did not explain on the menu at all. The bill ends up for $400 for two person. The foods are average. Not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
WILL NEVER go back again.
Service was very good. Unfortunately can't say the same for the food. The tasting menus offered few choices. My wife returned her choice without eating it; I finished mine but I've had a lot better. Very disappointing experience. Won't be returning, won't be recommending it to friends.
I can only say awesome things about Patina. My husband and I drive from San Diego twice a year to eat at patina. My birthday in July, his birthday in December! The ambience, the service and the food, are spectacular. The bread is divine. And each course out does the next one. My main course of veal was delicious, and my husbands Wagu beef was exquisite. The peach tart that had St. Germain and hazelnuts in the crust… Heavenly. Charles our server is wonderful. And Martin, who remembers us from year to year is always a delight. Don’t miss this spectacular and special restaurant. You wont be sorry.
It had great service, and the place was very clean and well illuminated. Location is also great
Pricey. Pushy wine list. Good service. Only choice is two fixed price menus. Closest restaurant to Disney concert hall. Portions were small for the money.
Great all around, waitress didn't seem to know anything about the wine though.
The attention to detail was amazing. Every detail was dealt with. The presentation was impeccable and the food was delicious. I think it was the beast meal I have ever had
In fairness, the season for Disney Hall is over and the restaurant was empty.
We have enjoyed many fine meals at the restaurant, but this time, that was not the case. The service was outstanding, as always.
My guess is that the sauces had been prepared in advance, the vegetables were not fresh as usual.
Perhaps, there might be some special off season pricing if at this point of time, the kitchen is short staffed.
Been a Patina fan for the past 10 years. I should have known something was up after I was seated. All new staff at a fine dining facility should have sent me a signal. We (the 4 of us) ordered the 3 course tasting. One with an additional appetizer. Two mains had supplemental charges and the other two had supplemental charges as well. Wine was $285 which was fair.
Service was awful. Never asked id we wanted coffee. Server was more concerned about going home that the customer. Check was $1192. Breakdown made no sense. Thinking of contacting credit card company to dispute.
Will NEVER go back
We were next door at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for an afternoon opera and just walked over for dinner. Not only is the food and service excellent, one doesn't even have to move ones car! it is only a few hundred yards from the music center to Patina.
We had the 3 course menu (I had veal, my wife had Cod, and our daughter had Dover Sole). everyone thought that their food was excellent. The first courses we very creative, and the deserts were quite good.
The wine list is good with selections in many price ranges. We had the Patina Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Both are good wines at reasonable prices. They are made by Au Bon Climant. If you want a more esoteric wine there are plenty of selections on the wine list.
Though Patina is rather pricey, it is worth it.
3 course tasting for two $210, 2 glasses of champagne $60 , bottle of Oregon Chardonnay $140(charged twice by mistake). Very good baked bread. Special occasion after the Opera today. $500.....
Patina is always wonderful. The service is amazing. The food is delicious. Always perfect before the Phil or Music Center.
Went there early before a concert.
Staff was super attentive without intrusion.
We celebrated our 32. anniversary; we were greeted with a glass of champagne and got a nice little dessert plate made just for us.
The food was excellent and the wine and water choices extraordinarily.
Thx team, we’ll done
Opera and dinner. Just amazing
I had the Dover sole and spouse had the veal chop as the entree. the crudo was excellent was was the coconut dessert.
Quiet and elegant ambience for releaxing dinner and evening.
Patina Restaurant is a considerable place for dinner and the Walt Disney Concert Hall is a resplendent place for a show. Valet parking, is on the north side of Grand Avenue, in front of the Concert Hall. Google Maps has you on the wrong side of the street, when taking a left on to W 2nd St from S Olive St east bound. Make sure, if you are east bound on S Olive St, you do not make a left on 2nd St. If you do, you'll wind up on the wrong side of the road, separated by two double yellow lines, staring at gridlock in front of you, and cynically glancing, across the street, at the valet parking podium umbrella. So, when coming from the west on S Olive St, that's east bound on S Olive St, make a left on 1st Street, then, make a left on Grand. Half a block on the right is valet parking for $8.00, 'if' you are attending an event that evening at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Patina never lets us down. If we are going to the Music Center and don't have time or inclination to try a new, more adventurous restaurant, we choose Patina. It's a great place to have an adult meal, made with high quality ingredients, prepared by a competent chef and served without pretension. It's quiet and everyone on the staff is kind and caring. Yes, it's pricey and yes, it's worth it.
We travelled from Australia to LA, and very much enjoyed this great restaurant. The staff were wonderful, and the surprises around every corner are just terrific. I can't wait to come back to LA to enjoy it all again.
have dined here pre Opera several times. the food is excellent, high quality and unique. service is great. it is expensive, $400 for a 3 course meal plus wine for two. that includes tip and parking. we love the place but it is costly.
We’ve had $150 7 courses tasting menu and the food was very mediocre, service was very slow. If you have $150 to spend on a fine dining, go to Melisse or Providence, you’ll get 10x better qualify of food and service. Trust me very disappointed experience.
Love, love, love.
Fantastic LA restaurant. We came here for our son's USC post graduation dinner. Service was impeccable, modern, yet tastefully done interior, creative menu. Pace can be a bit slow, but we definitely enjoyed the experience. On the pricey side, but well worth it for special occasions. Highly recommended!
Outstanding food and service!!!
Amazing. The 7 course was a lot of food and wine! Loved it
Food was pretty good but we went since we were going to a concert at the Disney Hall where the restaurant is located. I NEVER write reviews but...We went early at 5:00 and sat at the bar until 5:30 then took our table.
The concert was at 7:30 and from 5:30 until 7:00 we were not served, even though we asked them multiple times and everyone who sat with and after us were served.
The portions were small and reminded me of an old joke about a French restaurant, the French waiter asks " well sir, how did you find your food" the guy responds"easy it was under the parsley", and this was for $105 to $140 per person prix fixed meal!!
There some really wonderful restaurants close by the theater and I would urge you to at one of them where they are good and attentive and appreciate your business.
PS- in all fairness the bartender was fantastic, friendly, knowledgable and great
Amazing! Still, after all these years, best restaurant in town.
Beautiful 6 course dinner with paired wine tasting... would definitely recommend...
We had excellent and creative items from the dinner menu-excellent experience!
The food was elegant, artistic and every bite was a explosion of spices and herbs that made this meal such a memorable one. Fantastic evening.
Patina remains as one of the very best high end restaurants in Los Angeles. The decor and ambience is quiet and soothing, the food is always excellent, and the service is impeccable but very friendly and welcoming. Terrific for a long and leisurely gourmet meal, but since it is located at Disney Hall and the staff is quite accustomed to patrons going to the symphony, the opera, or a play, Patina is also a great choice for pre or post performance meals. The new Spring menu is outstanding.