The rooftop, located at 810 E. 3rd Street in the Arts District, features 4,860 square feet of interior space and an expansive 6,590-square foot patio deck with unobstructed views of Downtown’s skyline. Decked out with an abundance of greenery offering welcome shade and taking design inspiration from the original locaton in Mexico City’s Colona Tabacalera neighborhood with a mid-century aesthetic and design details inspired by 1950s and 1960s Palm Springs.
Alejandro Guzman, formerly of Le Comptoir and Fabby’s, oversees a menu inspired by the CDMX original, though with adaptations for the LA dining scene. Expect to dine on updated classics that span the Mexican pantheon. Think: classic fideos, tostadas, ceviches and aguachiles.
Spritz, spritz, and mezcal