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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.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
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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Faith & Flower's valet service is located on 9th street on the left hand side in the alley way after you past Figueroa Street. Valet is $9 with validation.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, 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
It was my first visit to Faith & Flower and I had messed up my reservation...giving a date a week away! Despite it being a busy Saturday night, they kindly accommodated us and I was so glad because the food and service were impeccable. Loved every bite and will be back!
My husband and I enjoyed Mothers Day Brunch on our first visit to Faith & Flower. We were pleased with the retro 20s / 30s decor. For a starter, we tried the Scallop ceviche which was light and delicious and perfectly accompanied by taro chips. We both ordered the egg white frittata with snap pea puree. It was a fluffy delicious entree with leeks and scallions. I do not recall the green beans in the description of the frittata, and while they were good, they seemed to take away from the dish, in my opinion. I would have preferred asparagus instead. The service was average and we felt our waitress was a bit standoffish to a little smug. We'd definitely go back to try the oysters and some of their other dishes.
I was a little disappointed in my Faith and Flower experience. The service was mediocre. At times it seemed like our server was annoyed with us. She wasn't well versed with the oysters and blamed it on not being allowed to taste them. The food for its price could have been better. The ambiance was great. The cocktails were tasty. For all of the amazing restaurants available in LA I probably won't be back. At least no time soon.
I wanted to try some place new for my birthday and after I did some research Faith and Flower stood out. I got my gals together for a dinner here and we all had something different but everything was very good. Service was great, our server was very friendly. It's gorgeous place to be.
At first glance, the menu seemed a little limited but in the end it was an excellent sharing meal. We enjoyed charming service, delicious food, in a restaurant with a very cool vibe. Being close to LA Live makes it a wonderful alternative to the sometimes mediocre offerings there. Would highly recommend.
Visited for the first time, brought my mother and sister for an early mother's day. Absolutely lovely ambiance, drinks and food. Would definitely come back to try the oyster bar and indulge in a variety of drinks. Great drink selection. We tried the seafood risotto, the jerk chicken, trout, tempura fried green beans. All were amazing. My sis and I also tried the English milk punch... We loved it so yes we both ordered another one lol definitely would recommend this for special occasions.
The food was amazing - especially the deviled eggs, aged ribeye, baked alaska - and the drink menu was a close match. My favorite was the English Milk Punch - no milk, but just slow delicious delivery. Waiter was well versed on wines and Faith & Flower has a nice collection of half bottles as well as full bottles and wine by the glass. Menus served in books is a delightful touch. I would highly recommend Faith & Flower - just bring your pocketbook. Downsides, no Port despite being on the menu, and a VERY ANNOYING SURCHARGE for the restaurant to provide health insurance to their employees as is mandated. For the record, I am all for employer-provided health insurance - but to add a separate 3% health insurance surcharge to the bill instead of raising meal prices 3% is just lame and makes me wonder about the politics of the owner - not what one should be thinking about after a scrumptious meal.
The restaurant is beautiful and they gave us a great table. Zack was our server and he was great as was the Sommelier who picked our a great wine when our choice was out of stock. The food however was just ok. Chicken was terrific but the other courses were not up to par.
This was a highly recommended restaurant. If first impressions count they need a new Hostess. The woman that Seated us made it clear that we were a burden and she did not want to be working. when I asked for one of the 8 empty tables in the main room versus the back room, she made me feel like I was asking her too much. The Table service started out great but continued to wean. The Sommelier was friendly and very willing to accommodate but I don't think we had the same palate tastes. And I am not used to 85 dollar splits of any champagne I have never heard of before. Was excited for the signature baked Alaska but something was off... All in all average experience for us.
Great staff, welcoming atmosphere, and decent food, but beyond expensive for the quality and portion. I'm all for legendary food at a high price, or large portions for a high price, and while the food at F&F was tasty it's value was extremely low. It's neither legendary or large portions, but has a price commanding such expectations. 2 drinks and 4 "food" items (from the menu section dubbed "food") left my wife and I not only hungry, but out nearly $175+ after tax and a 18% tip. Enjoyed my time at F&F, but will not be going back.
Had heard great things about Faith and Flower beforehand; and, it exceeded my / our expectations! Food was perfectly prepared, along with a fantastic wine list. Loved the "milk" punch as a pre-meal cocktail. Server was fun and attentive. We interacted with two other tables, which turned what could have been a boring business dinner into a fun night out.
Went for lunch with a group of 6. The restaurant was not busy. Food was excellent but it he service was the worst service I have had in years. Slow to the table. Forced to ask for water and drink refills several times. Server out of sight for extended times.
What made this experience not terrible was the fact that the food was outstanding. The cornbread, deviled eggs and eggs Benedict pizza were incredibly delicious. The drinks however were very inconsistent and only occasionally correct. The staff while kind, was incredibly slow. The restaurant was below half capacity and yet it still took 15-20 minutes for drink orders to come out. Dessert took 45 minutes to come out and it wasn't a dish that required heating or cooking of any kind. There was no sense of urgency to correct any of this, nor was there an apologetic tone taken. I might give this restaurant one more try based on the strength of the food, but even that feels highly doubtful.
We had to wait twenty minutes to be seated for our OpenTable reservation, so we waited at the bar which smelled like it had been wiped down with a musty, old bar towel. I had a Negroni and later The Ship of Theseus, both were mediocre. The restaurant itself was extremely loud making conversation difficult. Although the food was good, the menu seemed rather limited. Not sure I'd return.
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