The hottest reservation in L.A right now is the first U.S. outpost of the popular Mexico City restaurant by the same name, built and designed by architect Lena Kohl, who is based in L.A. and Mexico City.
Indoor area is a spacious and peaceful space with wide windows that overlooks the activity on Third Street. The bright yellow floor is a cheery addition to the typically uninspired kitchen. Guzman and chef de cuisine Francisco Moran’s intention is to make sure staff are treated well. Guzman says the two bonded over building a better work environment for the 16 back of house employees.
the Cha Cha Cha patio is submerged in plants, accented by sting lights, and outlined with trendy breeze blocks, an element making it big in home design this summer. The patio seamlessly transitions into the indoor bar area, where deep-green countertops and low seating extend the easygoing mood.
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Light and airy, this open-weave design brings a nice dose of artistry and texture to the mix. Woven weather-friendly resin mimic the look of rattan, giving it that coastal air we all love.20″DIAM x 19.5”H.
A relaxed mix of coconut beads and abaca make this tiered chandelier the versatile-yet-refined natural you’ve been looking for. Its dramatic scale balances beautifully with a light and airy design that won’t overpower.