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Bel Air Bar and Grill reopens after renovation

November 20, 2012|By Caitlin Keller
  • The newly reopened Bel Air Bar and Grill underwent 18 months of renovations.
The newly reopened Bel Air Bar and Grill underwent 18 months of renovations. (Bel Air Bar and Grill )

The Bel Air Bar and Grill has re-opened for lunch and dinner service after an 18-month renovation.

Susan Disney Lord directed the renovation along with Killefer Flammang Architects and interior design team Ralph Gentile Architects. The LEED-certified restaurant's new digs include a revamped interior and a brand new second-level private dining room.

Diners enter the restaurant lobby through a two-story red bougainvillea glass-box atrium, designed by artist Amanda Weil of Weil Studio, before proceeding into the ground floor restaurant or up a clear glass stairway to the second level that features views of the Getty Center. The Bel Air Bar and Grill boasts a new lounge, a full bar and will be displaying rotating artwork by students of the California Institute of Arts.

Truffled mac 'n' cheese, steamed mussels and pan-seared jumbo sea scallops are some of the items offered on the restaurant's “refreshed menu.”

The Bel-Air Bar and Grill is open for lunch, Monday through Friday, and dinner seven night a week.

662 N. Sepulveda Blvd., L.A., (310) 440-5544,


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