Faith & Flower

Faith & Flower

Los Angeles, CA

705 W 9th St, Los Angeles 90015, CA
Faith & Flower is a contemporary Los Angeles restaurant located in the WaterMarke Tower in DTLA’s South Park district. Their decor pays homage to the two major renaissance periods—the 1920s and modern day—that have fundamentally shaped the Downtown Los Angeles community

Executive chef Michael Hung, formerly of San Francisco’s Michelin-starred La Folie, oversees all culinary operations; Michael Lay (Restaurant 1833, Rose.Rabbit.Lie.) helms the bar program; and Ben Spungin (Bernardus Lodge) serves as executive pastry chef.

Inspired by a global influence of flavors and techniques, complemented by the use of a wood-fired oven and pristine raw bar, the menu redefines Californian rustic cuisine. The cocktail program celebrates the drinking culture spanning the Gilded Age and Roaring Twenties in downtown L.A. and features cocktails with long-forgotten ingredients as well as modern signature drinks.

Designed by AvroKODesign, decorative elements reflect the intersection of modernity and antiquity, with touches that include a partition wall composed of distressed doors collected from the 1920s, a large-scale, handmade sunburst wall installation, and an entire wall mural by highly acclaimed local street artist Robert Vargas.
705 W 9th St, Los Angeles 90015, CA
Faith & Flower, Restaurants, Interior Design
Faith & Flower is a contemporary Los Angeles restaurant located in the WaterMarke Tower in DTLA’s South Park district. Their decor pays homage to the two major renaissance periods—the 1920s and modern day—that have fundamentally shaped the Downtown Los Angeles community

Executive chef Michael Hung, formerly of San Francisco’s Michelin-starred La Folie, oversees all culinary operations; Michael Lay (Restaurant 1833, Rose.Rabbit.Lie.) helms the bar program; and Ben Spungin (Bernardus Lodge) serves as executive pastry chef.

Inspired by a global influence of flavors and techniques, complemented by the use of a wood-fired oven and pristine raw bar, the menu redefines Californian rustic cuisine. The cocktail program celebrates the drinking culture spanning the Gilded Age and Roaring Twenties in downtown L.A. and features cocktails with long-forgotten ingredients as well as modern signature drinks.

Designed by AvroKODesign, decorative elements reflect the intersection of modernity and antiquity, with touches that include a partition wall composed of distressed doors collected from the 1920s, a large-scale, handmade sunburst wall installation, and an entire wall mural by highly acclaimed local street artist Robert Vargas.

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