The restaurants, hotels, meeting spaces, and more open to host events in Los Angeles.
Here’s a look at new Los Angeles eateries, drinking spots, hotels, conference areas, private rooms, and other spaces available for events this spring. The new and renovated Los Angeles venues are available for corporate parties, weddings, fund-raisers, outdoor functions, business dinners, teambuilding activities, conferences, meetings, and more.
The Manufactory at Row DTLA:
The Manufactory, a 40,000-square-foot complex from the Tartine team and Chris Bianco located at the Row downtown, has begun opening in phases. Highlights for groups include the 102-seat Tartine Bianco, an all-day café that opened for dinner services in late January; it has an additional 46 seats on the patio. Opened in February was a 7,000-square-foot market, which includes a 14-seat bar and a 32-seat patio. The dinner-only Alameda Supper Club, which will hold 150 and have a private room, opens this spring. A coffee lab, a collaborative space that showcases the coffee process and offers certification courses, will also open later this year.