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Beauty And Essex Los Angeles: A Restaurant In Los Angeles

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Beauty And Essex Los Angeles The eating scene in Los Angeles is one of the most vibrant in the nation, with everything from street food to Michelin-starred establishments. Diners have a staggering selection of international cuisines to choose from, whether they want a chic, current dining room or a laid-back beachside patio. Discover the top eateries in Los Angeles, including celebrity picks and undiscovered treasures from the city’s residents. Our twice-yearly, 15-day eating event, Dine LA Restaurant Week, is back from October 6–20. Check out the list of more than 350 eateries and book your reservations right away!

On North Cahuenga Boulevard, 10,000 square feet are occupied by Beauty & Essex’s third site. The menu offers a selection of the multi-ethnic meals that are Chef Santos’ specialties, including Tomato Tartare, Tuna Poke Wonton Tacos, Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup Dumplings, and Oven Braised Chicken Meatballs. With a courtyard on the first floor and a terrace on the second, the brand has for the first time offered outdoor seating. A 20-foot oval skylight in the double-height main dining room provides natural light, while a lavish private dining room enables a more personal eating experience.

Beauty And Essex Restaurant Los Angeles

Beauty And Essex Restaurant Los Angeles


Beauty & Essex is yet another haphazard club-restaurant that falls under the Tao Group’s vast empire. It’s in the same facility as Tao in Hollywood, but it has a bland eating area and a menu full of foods we assumed were only offered on overseas flights. It’s remarkable that a location hosted by one of the biggest nightlife firms in the world can be so breathtakingly boring even though there are no outwardly bad elements. If you want to thank yourself for getting through a meal without dozing off, there is a jewellery store open up front.

Venue Information

Celebrity chef Chris Santos’ iconic eatery, Beauty and Essex LA, is situated in the centre of Hollywood’s entertainment area. The ambitiously designed restaurant blends in with the neighborhood’s nightlife-oriented establishments, including the nearby TAO and Dream Hotel and the soon-to-be-opened Thompson and Tommie hotels.

Visitors must pass through a high-end collector’s shop in order to enter Beauty and Essex LA, which has a trompe l’oeil entrance off a pedestrian alley. Once inside, the 10,250 square foot interior unfolds into a series of jewel-like dining rooms and leisure areas.

Design for Beauty & Essex LA pays homage to its classic look.

Rules To Visit The Restaurant

Rules To Visit The Restaurant 


Please be aware that we must request proof of COVID-19 vaccination from all visitors above the age of 12 in order to enter per LA municipal regulations. Upon admittance, visitors over the age of 18 must also present a physical form of identification that matches a valid ID and proof of immunisation. Driver’s licences and other government-issued ID, passports, as well as school or work IDs, are acceptable forms of identification.

Visitors who self-certify that they are exempt from receiving the COVID-19 vaccination because of a medical condition or restrictions, or because of a sincerely held religious belief, may enter the location only if they present evidence of a negative COVID-19 test** taken within the last 72 hours and, for those over the age of 18, a matching valid ID.

Unvaccinated visitors are only allowed inside for brief and confined periods of time to use the lavatory, order, pick up or pay for ‘to go’ orders, and are required to wear a well-fitting mask at all times while inside (unless they are there because of a medical condition or honestly held religious convictions).

*The following are the only acceptable forms of vaccination documentation: (i) a personal digital COVID-19 vaccine record issued by the state of California; (ii) a vaccination card issued by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); (iii) a photocopy or digital photograph of the vaccination card; (iv) documentation of vaccination from a licenced health care provider.

**A printed record, email, or text message from a test provider or lab containing the results of a PCR or antigen COVID-19 test performed within the previous 72 hours and containing the individual’s name, the type of test carried out, the date of the test, and the negative test result is acceptable as proof of a negative COVID-19 test.