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About The Restaurant at The Standard, Downtown LA
Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, only blocks from Staples Center, Nokia Theater, and Walt Disney Concert Hall, the 24/7 Restaurant at The Standard, Downtown LA specializes in organic, locally sourced comfort classics served all day, every day in a vibrant brasserie setting. There's a diner-style counter that's perfect for cocktails or a quick bite, as well as a supremely charming outdoor patio.
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Contemporary American, Californian
Hours of Operation:
BREAKFAST 6:00 am – 11:00 am
ALL DAY 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
OVERNIGHT 11:00 pm – 6:00 am
WEEKEND BRUNCH 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
(213) 892-8080 ext. 2030
The Restaurant at The Standard, Downtown LA features live DJs in the Fire Pit Thursday - Sunday evenings. We also have live DJs nightly in The Paddle Room, our ping pong lounge on the second floor, as well as at The Rooftop lounge.
Valet Parking is offered for $15.00 before 5 pm, and $20.00 after 5pm. (Excluding special holidays where pricing may be higher) There are also parking structures on 7th & Hope for $5-7 depending on the time of day.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Standard, Downtown LA sets the scene with a mix of seductive private event spaces, including The 24/7 Restaurant, SPiN Standard, The Rooftop, The Biergarten and The Firepit. The hotel’s unconventional charm and Downtown location make it perfect for any private soirée.
The Restaurant at The Standard, Downtown LA Ratings and Reviews
My girlfriend and I went there for Valentine’s Day and we are vegetarians so we try to replace one dish on the valentine menu which we originally plan to have instead we were redirected to get the shortcut to mushroom plate it had no flavor mushrooms weren’t cook and my girlfriend wasn’t feeling well after ..on top of that we had to wait for our check for a while ..I was planning to complain to management but after waiting so long and eating disappointing food that cost 21 dollars for a plate full of no flavor I just wanted to leave ..I would want the standard to live up to its standards and improve there food quality and service I wish I would get a refund or apology. Very disappointing for a special night that was planned. I will not return.
Not really digging the decor choice in the Restaurant at the standard but food & service was on point. French toast, eggs benny was fantastic and so were the amazing potatoes. Sat outside near the sunken lounge to enjoy our beautiful weather & another round of mimosas but this area is best visited at night since it looks well used in the daylight.
I wouldn't say that I had a bad experience, I think I just expected something more than a basic restaurant experience. Everything was fine overall, but nothing to get excited about. The food was decent, although a bit overpriced, but at dinner time on a Saturday night, I was expecting more ambiance. The rooftop bar had a very festive vibe, but the restaurant had no energy, of any kind, at all.
Just when one thinks that breakfast menu items cannot be improved upon, this restaurant offers a pleasant surprise in bringing back traditional items plus innovative twists on other staples. The omelette and eggs benedict are but 3 examples where a "proprietary twist" added more flavor and nice surprise. The friendly diner 2 table over remarked on the same delightful surprise in his breakfast burrito.
This restaurant is located next to the Los Angeles Central Library off the lobby of a trendy hotel with inside dining and a semi-secluded patio area fit for cozy private conversation or solo dining with a good book or morning paper. The overall ambience is one of quiet privacy (despite 2 rather loud and crude tourists who thankfully stayed a very short time wolfing down their breakfast).
The service was attentive and low key. The food arrived fresh, hot and quickly. The pace was leisurely. My wife and I went for a mid to late Sunday morning repast before heading off to the nearby Ahmanson for a 1 pm matinee and the relaxing pace of the venue was a perfect fit for an unrushed pre-theater meal.
We will be back.
Won’t be back. Average in every way. Service was spotty at best. Food was no better than average. Particularly disliked the vinegary Brussels sprouts. Starters , bread, and mains all came at one. Can’t imagine why anyone would choose this place when there are so many better restaurants in the area.
Our reservation was set for 7 at night on a Tuesday. The place was not that busy. Decor and atmosphere was ok, mainly being on the "hip" side. We placed our orders. After about 45 minutes we asked about our meal. Waitress said she would check. After another 15 minutes she finally came back and said their printer was not working so our order never was submitted. It would be awhile longer, so she offered to comp our two glasses of wine. Waited another 20 minutes. Finally asked for manager. Waitress said she would get her. Only one waitress was working the whole restaurant. Finally manager came and apologized but repeated the printer problem. After an hour and a half our meals finally arrived. Needless to say they were unspectacular. Got our check and received several discounts. I would not recommend this restaurant, at least not during a weekday.
I had to choose a restaurant that could accommodate 8 fussy people for dinner on a Saturday night. I was instructed: no Japanese as some had it the night before and a flexible time to arrive. The management is terrific. I changed my reservation time several times with each person empathetic and without judgement. Everything was excellent and fresh. The sea bass and salmon delicious, the salads were amazing and the burgers very good. No complaints from my party to me! Only thank yous . They also enjoyed the bar on the roof with a 360 view of la for the out of Towners, the ping pong tables on the second floor bar, and the disc jockeys in the lobby, 2nd floor and on the roof. Also a movie was playing on the wall across from the pool also on the roof. This older crowd felt hip!
Went for Sunday brunch and it was great!
Not too expensive
-mimosas for 2 (one bottle of Chandon) they give you fresh orange juice ($24)
Total came out to under $60 !
Totally worth it for a cute Sunday brunch.
The outdoor area is cute
I made a reservation, on the day of the women's march, for breakfast. the hostess asked me at the door if i had a reservation because she was turning people away. they were kind enough to let me sit at my booth until the rest of the party showed up and they were 45 minutes late!. but considering it was a special event i think they knew they were not going to seat anyone else at the table because the march would begin.
On the other hand, they only had one server for the entire restaurant and the service was very slow. I would think they would have planned ahead for this event and such a packed house.
I have been here before and service has been excellent....so perhaps someone called in sick or something.
I love everything about this place.
Cool hotel in design but the restaurant lacked atmosphere and finesse. Only one of the two dishes ordered was worth the money. Suspect the disappointment was somewhat down to the time of year we visited (around new year) and suggest it's location lends itself better to post work drinks and dinner with colleagues.
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