Great music deserves great food. Whether you’re in the mood for a delicious sit-down meal or just want a great cup of coffee, everything you need is here.
Find out the latest on dining around The Music Center–including Walt Disney Concert Hall–and make a reservation here.
Choices on the Walt Disney Concert Hall Campus
Walt Disney Concert Hall Restaurant
Opening early 2022
Walt Disney Concert Hall will welcome a brand-new restaurant in the coming months, headed up by Chef Ray Garcia, creator of local restaurants Broken Spanish and B.S. Taqueria.
Located at 111 S. Grand Ave
Concert Hall Café
This casual dining option offers a gourmet selection of fresh salads, cheese plates, sandwiches, homemade cookies, and beer and wine. Daily hot entrees prepared by the chef and an eclectic salad bar add to the experience.
With several intermission bars available during performances, guests will be able to sip on wines and enjoy small bites including cheese boards and pastries.
Avoid the lines! Pre-order cocktails, beverages, and snacks for intermission two hours prior to each performance. Available at any intermission bar within Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Sip & Sonder
Serving as a coffee roastery and creative and entrepreneurial hub, Sip & Sonder brings their mindfully curated coffee program and pastry selection to their new location in front of the Concert Hall. This is the perfect location to grab an on-the-go coffee or tea or hang out with friends and enjoy a specialty latte made just the way you like.
Open Tuesday–Sunday, 9am–2pm
Located in front of WDCH, at 111 South Grand Avenue
Opening Winter 2021
Carney’s is the perfect choice for a quick, delicious, family-friendly meal before or after a show. Grab a classic burger, hot dog, or chili dog while enjoying views of The Music Center’s iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall and Grand Avenue.
Located at 135 N Grand Avenue adjacent to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Open Tuesday-Friday 4:30-9:00pm, Saturday-Sunday 11:30am-2:30pm and 4:30-9:00pm
The definitive choice for theatre patrons and aficionados, the newly reimagined Kendall’s offers classic French-fare with a special touch of “je ne sais quoi” - all in a newly invigorated, artful interior. With favorites like Onion Soup Gratinee and Roasted Chicken to more inventive dishes like Pan Roasted Branzino or Ratatouille to share, Kendall’s offers a little something for everyone.
Located at 135 N. Grand Ave on the street level below The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Go Get Em Tiger
One of LA’s original coffee bar, serving locally -roasted coffee, signature beverages, and house-made pastries. Coffee and pastries will also be available beginning two hours prior to concert start times.
Located on Jerry Moss Plaza, between the Mark Taper Forum and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
As part of the restoration of its expansive Jerry Moss Plaza in Downtown LA, The Music Center created Abernethy’s as a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Abernethy’s features emerging chefs from throughout LA. Chosen for their culinary talent and entrepreneurship, these chefs reflect the cultural diversity of Los Angeles County’s residents, cuisine, neighborhoods and businesses.
Located at 220 N. Hope Street on Jerry Moss Plaza
The Mullin Wine Bar
The Mullin Wine Bar aims to showcase LA’s creative pulse and vibrant culinary and bar scene. It’s the perfect place to grab a glass of wine from an exceptional vintner, a cocktail from an expert mixologist, or a savory, house-made bite.
Located at 205 N. Grand Ave on Jerry Moss Plaza