About Faith & Flower
Faith & Flower is a contemporary Los Angeles restaurant located in the WaterMarke Tower in DTLA’s South Park district. The restaurant’s name pays homage to the two major renaissance periods—the 1920s and modern day—that have fundamentally shaped the Downtown Los Angeles community, with “Flower” referring to the street on which the restaurant lies today, and “Faith” for the street’s alleged name during the early 1920s.
Hours of Operation:
Saturday & Sunday: 10:30am - 2:30pm
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm;
Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm;
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
$30 and under
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Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Faith & Flower Ratings and Reviews
Overal wonderful experience. The cocktai ...
Overal wonderful experience. The cocktails were delicious and potent. The milk punch was unique and an experience in itself. Days later, the food is still a topic of discussion and only good things are being said. The Kim chi deviled eggs, the house made pastas, showgirl peppers and so much garlic. Every bite was a hit.
Would recommend this place to any friend although it can definitely get pricey. Worth it to really knock a date out of the water.
The food was good but we feel like some ...
The food was good but we feel like some were a bit overpriced. But we can't get over how great the experience was with the Leap of Faith drink and the Baked Alaska. It made for a really fun experience and birthday celebration.
I stayed in LA for one night at an Air B ...
I stayed in LA for one night at an Air BnB. The host recommended this restaurant and I was truly impressed. I made a reservation online the same day using Open Table to ensure we would get in. We came earlier than expected and had to wait for our table to be ready at the bar. The bar was very cool and the bartender was awesome. We loved every drink that we tried. Our table was ready right before our reservation time. We loved all of the food. The deviled eggs were fantastic and very different from any others that I've tasted. We also got and loved the Oxtail Agnolotti.
Faith and Flower is a gem. A very hands ...
Faith and Flower is a gem. A very handsome space, flooded with light and furnished with fanciful, kooky, yet swanky decor. It is upscale yet decidedly friendly and comfortable. Their shared plates style allows everyone in the party to enjoy a terrific variety of exquisitely- and creatively-designed and prepared dishes, from small starters to larger mains. We had an oxtail pasta which was creamy, slightly spicy and perfectly seasoned. We also had tempura fried green beans and a moist, perfectly cooked cod, with a crispy skin. All was perfect. We were seeing a concert down the street that night and they were profoundly attentive to getting us out on time. Our waiter, Zach, was exceptionally helpful, friendly and capable. Not the cheapest restaurant in town, but so worth it.
They were running behind on reservations ...
They were running behind on reservations and couldn't get us seated at first so we went to the bar. The bartender seemed like he was in a bad mood and was complaining to the people next to us about how much he was getting taxed. Checked in with the host 30 minutes later about getting seated and she seemed annoyed about it and to hold on because they were gonna get us seated in just a sec. Got seated along windows to right and was probably about 10 inches away from the two parties sitting next to us, so we could barely slide past tables to get to the couch. Food was absolute amazing but took forever and had to keep hailing over our server for everything. Came here to celebrate a birthday and made a note of this in the reservation and no one made any mention of it. Might come back for some delicious grub but the service was terrible.
This place was exactly what I was hoping ...
This place was exactly what I was hoping for. The food was amazing and it proved to be the perfect place for a romantic and "fancy" 4 year anniversary with my girlfriend. The space is well designed, the waitor was attentive. I am coming back.
Overall my experience here was very medi ...
Overall my experience here was very mediocre. The ambiance was nice but the fire alarm was going on for half of our meal and flashing (they did give us a free dessert but the waiter said this happens often). They were out of Mezcal for their own signature cocktails. The waiter (who was lovely) heavily oversold one of the members of our party on another drink and she didn't love and was very different than the suggestion she asked for. Finally, we ordered the "jerk chicken" which our waiter lavished on about but was actually not prepared jerk style, it was an anise soy glaze. Overall, if you're in the mood for "kind of a nice dinner" this place is definitely that.
It was good but not worth $30 a plate. ...
It was good but not worth $30 a plate. I had the jerk chicken which was delicious and my girlfriend had the cod which was a 6/10. Also while we were there the fire alarm was going off for 3/4 of our time there. A low siren and a flashing where going on through our dinner.
Go to the Perch: better view, all the food was great, and worth the money.
Location is a bit tricky - valet took aw ...
Location is a bit tricky - valet took awhile. Dinner was good, but took forever. I think they forgot our main fish dish until we had to ask what was taking so long. For salad and a few dishes the entire meal took 3 hours to complete..... way too long. The fire alarm was squealing for the better part of an hour - that didn't help!
Probably wouldn't go back to this trendy eatery.
We had a 6:30 reservation… But we were s ...
We had a 6:30 reservation… But we were seated at 6:50. We were told by the hostess we could not stand in front of her station and we need to go to the bar. The bar was completely crowded with no place to sit or stand without crowding other diners. They were busy. Once seated, we were told it would be best to order nothing from the grill in order to make our show by 8:00 pm. The waitress was right... Even ordering salads we barely made it.
Service was great, ambiance very nice an ...
Service was great, ambiance very nice and such a cool place. Very good for business dinners, group outings or dates. The only thing was that while we were there the fire alarm was going off the whole time from the apartments upstairs and the fire alarm was flashing a bright light that was very dizzying the whole time. It was very distracting and I could not fully enjoy the ambiance of the place. Apparently this happens a lot. Also, we had a reservation and still had to wait about 15 minutes to be seated.
Stopped by before a show at the Staples ...
Stopped by before a show at the Staples center - good that we allowed 90 minutes before we needed to leave as the meal took that long to complete without dessert. The food was exceptional and there were lots of great options on the menu to pick from for Tapas. The oxtail pasta option must be had. The atmosphere is super cool and we thoroughly enjoyed the meal from start to finish. I just wish we had a bit more time to try out the dessert menu as that sounded amazing too.
It was such a lovely experience! The spa ...
It was such a lovely experience! The space is absolutely beautiful and the service was excellent. Our table was cleared promptly and everyone was pretty good about making sure we had enough water etc. the dishes were excellent. We will definitely come back again. 😀
My experience at Faith & Flower was exce ...
My experience at Faith & Flower was exceptional. The staff was very friendly and accommodating from the front desk to the bussers. Food was delicious, and the wine list was very impressive, as was how friendly the sommelier was in giving recommendations for our meal.
I have never walked out of a restaurant ...
I have never walked out of a restaurant before this but my experience was very unpleasant. I was very excited to take my mother here for lunch for a mother/daughter day. We were kept waiting for close to 30 minutes even though a lot of the tables were empty! I still have no idea why were kept waiting for that long!
When we finally got seated a lady came by to "apologize." I understand that the lady was trying to apologize but if I express my unhappiness to her and the feedback I get is "That's why I'm here" it makes you question if the apology is sincere. This whole experience was a waste of my time and I would have wished a better experience. Although, I was given a 10% coupon for my next visit, I highly doubt I will be returning anytime soon especially after paying valet parking for nothing.
We were actually about 10 minutes late f ...
We were actually about 10 minutes late for our reservation due to traffic, but the hostess and (I believe mgr) was very accommodating and put us on a wait list. It wasn't a long wait until we were seated. We can tell that it was very busy and possibly short staffed but the mgr seemed to be helping out the floor staff and did the best to meet everyone's needs. we did have to wait a while to receive the drinks besides the water that was given. If was unfortunate that they were out of the original dish we wanted to try, but the food came swiftly and we were checked upon multiple times. Overall, we enjoyed our experience and wanted to thank the staff for handling a busy Sunday brunch with grace.
Sunday brunch with a friend's college ag ...
Sunday brunch with a friend's college age daughter was peaceful--too peaceful. I understand that no one particularly wants to work the first Sunday shift, but at noon having one waiter working both the bar and the tables near the bar was not enough. The bus staff pitched in, but when we had to wait an hour after we came in to get our first, cold, dish, and then half an hour longer for a couple of hot brunch dishes, plus another half an hour for a forgotten side dish, we weren't interested in seeing if we could get dessert. The place wasn't empty, but it wasn't crowded, either. Reminders to check on our food were taken cheerfully enough, and we didn't make a fuss, but it was just too long. I wondered if the kitchen was understaffed.
Albacore carpaccio with fennel and radish: good, solid product, nothing outstanding but nothing unexpected at $17
Eggs benedict: promised smoked trout and trout eggs, but looked and tasted like smoked salmon and salmon eggs; could have been mistaken on the smoked fish, but definitely not on the fish eggs; still good if overpriced at $20 for the pair
Prime beef and eggs: sold as their version of steak and eggs, but it was ground beef, so more like beef hash; mediocre at best, and overpriced at $17
Roasted asparagus: good, with an odd sauce including fragments of cooked egg white that looked like chopped bits that might have been trimmed off the poached eggs, but again, not sure that 6 spears were worth $12
For the prices charged, the lack of service was inexcusable; I've never had slower. As I wasn't sure where the fault lay, I still tipped decently, but I'm not going back.
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