The Bazaar by José Andrés

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The Bazaar by José Andrés

The Bazaar by José Andrés

The Bazaar by José Andrés

The Bazaar by José Andrés

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The Bazaar by José Andrés

The Bazaar by José Andrés (Image Mechanics)
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The Bazaar by José Andrés

Inside the sexy and playful SLS Hotel (owned by LA nightlife godfather Sam Nazarian), the Bazaar by José Andrés is a carnival of food and drink offerings that are as whimsical and sleek as the Philippe Starck–designed space. Grab a drink—expect martinis with olive foam and "salt air" margaritas—at the swanky Bar Centro or at the al fresco Bar Centro Terrace where guests can sip on single-malt Scotch and enjoy a stogie from the cigar selection. Of course, the real star is the well-known, Spanish chef's modern cooking. Indulge in an intimate chef's tasting menu inside the hidden dining room Saam or share small-plate tapas like "Philly cheesesteak" made with seared Wagyu beef atop "air bread" and uni and avocado buns. If you're in need of some retail therapy, stop into the Bazaar's Patisserie for grown-up confectionary or Regalo for Kiki de Montparnasse lingerie and Moss home furnishings.


Venue name: The Bazaar by José Andrés
Address: 465 S La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 6pm-10:30pm; Thu-Sat 6pm-11:30pm
Price: $31 to $50
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Bryan C

Will a visit to this restaurant cost you half a month's rent? Yes But is it incredibly worth it if you're celebrating a special occasion? Absolutely. Bazaar has some of the most delicious and inventive dishes I've ever scene -- from exploding balls of caprese salad to airbread philly cheesesteaks, drinks made with liquid nitrogen and literal desert graffiti dishes. It's certainly extravagant, but you should try to have a meal here at least once. It's a great, unique, and fun experience to share with good friends or family

Hillary Freedman

I came here for restaurant week a few months ago and it was amazing. They had a tasting menu for $100 or so and it was totally worth it. The service was great and the food was amazing. Some of the highlights were the foie gras lollipop, the mini vegetable salad, caviar cone, scallop ceviche, asparagus risotto, and the wagyu beef cheeks. Sounds like a lot I know but they were little portions for my dining partner and myself to share. Now of course j haven't ordered off the menu here so I'm not sure what that's like but it was super amazing to have a little taste of all of the best stuff. And the drinks are amazing too! I tried so many different kinds! All in all, for a special occasion this place is amazing!!