The Kress
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The Kress

6608 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
(323) 785-5000 serving: Central LA, Hollywood
open:Friday - Saturday: 7pm-2am

Sidewalk Score: 9 out of 10
Location, Location, Location:

Categories:

Restaurants, Dine At The Bar, Sushi, Japanese, Date Spot, Martinis, Dancing, People Watching, Notable Chef, Outdoor Dining, Private Rooms, Private Parties, Discover Accepted, Bars & Pubs, Historic Setting, View Dining, Celeb Hangout, Bar Scene, Asian, $$$, Group Dining, Mastercard Accepted, Special Occasion Dining, New American, Late Night Dining, Visa Accepted, American Express Accepted,

The Low Down

EDITORS TIPS

Know Before You Go: Just because you've had dinner here doesn't mean you've been automatically granted access to the downstairs club or rooftop bar. Check ahead of time for private events or guest list policy. And in case you forgot that you're in L.A, bottle service usually secures a smooth entrance.

Parking: Valet parking is shared with neighboring clubs Opera and Crimpson--it's available behind The Kress, located just off of Whitley Avenue.

What to Drink: The restaurant features 11signature cocktails ($13 each), all of which incorporate Asian-inspired ingredients, such as the Heat Martini , a spicy concoction of muddled tangerines, ginger, honey, vodka and red chili flakes. There is also a sizable sake and wine list.

Rants, Raves & Reviews


by at Gayot

Once a Kress department store, then the flagship of Frederick's of Hollywood for 59 years, this 1934 landmark building is ready to make history again. Club owner Mike Viscuso took over the space and with designer David Krumins spared no…
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SUPER MUSIC!
By SAMMI J. at Judy's Book

Classic Hollywood! This is one of the best places to go. Great view, fantastic drinks, lots of stargazing both on the ground and in the sky (just... Read More


Closet thing to vegas you could ever get!
By MikeZslist at Gayot

Kress - First thing don't be mistaken by entering the front as supposed to the back. If you entered the front and thought you went to Kress, you di... Read More