5 Local Restaurants with the Best Interior Design

At these local eateries, you’re not only guaranteed a great meal but great atmosphere to go with it. Here are our favorites from Los Angeles to Orange County, and everything in between.

#1 Bottega Louie 700 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017

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This Italian eatery with a French twist is truly a marble masterpiece. Located off of Seventh and Grand Avenue, Bottega Louie’s uber chic, pastel interior is a refreshing variation in the midst of Downtown’s hussle and bussle.

#2 The Ivy 113 N Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

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The Ivy’s abundantly floral decor makes us feel like we are having breakfast on our nonna’s patio, and we absolutely love it. Authentic, feminine, classic, and unapologetically LA.

#3 Habana Restaurant 2930 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Between the outdoor patios dim lighting and rustic, tropical interior, we instantly feel as though we’ve been transported to a quaint, colorful cafe in Cuba’s capital. Located inside of “The Lab” in Costa Mesa, let the local shopping be your entree and the flavorful “Ropa Vieja” be your dessert.  

#4 The Cabana at The Beverly Hills Hotel 9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Nothing says Summer pool party quite like pink loungers and refreshing cocktails, which is why The Cabana at the Beverly Hills Hotel received a verbal “oh, most definitely”, when thinking of eateries to include on this list. The interior not only exudes iconic Hollywood glamour, but the sparkling pool just footsteps away makes us want to swan dive in as soon as we finish our grilled salmon salad. Who says you need to wait 30 minutes to swim after eating??

#5 Saint & Second 4828 E. 2nd St. Long Beach, CA 90803

This local eateries’ refined menu is complemented by an equally refined environment with its reclaimed wood interior and industrial-chic furnishings. Located in Long Beachs’ beloved Belmont Shore neighborhood, its modern mechanical ambience is such a pleasant contradiction to the neighboring beach just a few blocks away.

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