HOTSPOT: FAITH AND FLOWER


Faith and Flower has become my absolute favorite restaurant in downtown Los Angeles. It's decorated beautifully, like Gatsby's 1920's mansion. The food is equally spectacular, particularly their dinner menu. A few favorites of mine: the deviled jidori eggs, oxtail agnolotti, roasted mushroom pizza, and young leaf lettuce salad. I haven't yet tried the cookie board for dessert, but I can already tell you it's fabulous. This place is a definite must try for any time spent downtown! Enjoy!


The space is so bright and pretty during the day, glamorous and sophisticated at night. It's really quite the win win situation. 


If you are going for brunch/lunch I would highly recommend trying the oysters. You can trust they will have a fresh selection from the oyster bar, visible right when you walk in. 


No words for the amazing chandelier! Oh how very pretty!


The drinks at brunch are a little different then dinner, but I loved the Frag and Mentha, Maison's Collin's, and Solo Oaxaqueño.


My favorite design element has to be the glorious bar cart sitting right at the entrance. Even though they don't serve actual drinks off the cart, it sets the right tone for a fun night and is 100% Instagram worthy. 


And of course they have a real bar that is way prettier at night! The counter is mirrored and so incredibly chic with a beautiful cocktail on it. A perfect date night drink spot!


The space has wonderful layers of neutrals, art deco fixtures, and green accents. Designed by AvroKo, the space is a perfectly glamorous and without being too ornate or heavy, a modern version of a 1920's salon. 


Perhaps the most overlooked spot is the wonderful patio! I have yet to eat outside, but isn't it just darling? I love the french bistro style chairs and all the bright light pouring through!

It really is the bee's knees,

Xx, Monica

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  1. I still can't get over this great place I recently visited! This isn't only a good place. It is also one of the best around here. There isn't a listing of the unique offerings, although there should be! The venues in Chicago were magnificent!

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