The restaurant is only open on the weekends and is never good when it is open. Sad. It had a promising beginning, but it has devolved into a lousy bar.
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My husband and adult sons took me to First and Hope for my birthday before the theater. We had a raucous good time. That had everything to do with the company and absolutely nothing to do with the dining experience. Only steps away for the...More
The only reason to visit this restaurant is that you do not have time to go elsewhere before your concert. The service is adequate. The food is barely edible, the meatballs in the quinoa spaghetti was cold just out of refrigerator. The tomato soup was...More
Dining before a Disney Hall concert......took 2 phone calls to get a confirmed reso for a Sunday evening. When we arrived we noticed the Health Dept. "B" on the door. What is that all about? A wine reception event was just finishing. We don't think...More
Just across the street to the Music Center and Disney Hall. Parking in the Music Center garage works if you are going to a preformance. Small, quiet, easy but tight seating. Strange location in a strip mall for an upscale resturant. We enjoyed excellent trout...More
This place was good, the dinner came as part of the package with the Uncabaret tickets. The meal itself was great, although it was a prix fixe menu it was still plenty of food that left us stuffed! I had the salmon and my husband...More
We had dinner before a concert at the Disney Concert Hall. The restaurant is conveniently located across the street. I ordered the short ribs which were quite good but I had to send them back the first time because they were barely warm and the...More
The skinny: Parking: not sure, we walked from metro Decor: elegant Service: horrible Bathroom: filthy Soda: weak uncarbonated coca cola Food: hit and big miss We came here with high expectations and we were fearfully disappointed. We took the metro from the valley to downtown...More
Located as it is right next to the Disney Hall and across the street from the Music Center, it's a perfect spot for before-or-after theater dining. On Sunday the art deco back room is host to the Un-Cabaret, a delight show of comedy and music.