There is much to behold on the walk prefacing the dining establishment. This is, after all, the Sunset Marquis, temporary home to many a rock and rap star over the decades.
The environment surrounding this restaurant is just breathtaking. It was overhauled in April 2014 to look fresh, contemporary and (overused, I know) hip.
For over fifty years, the Sunset Marquis Hotel has served as a home-away-from-home for musicians including Led Zeppelin, Blondie, KISS, Black Sabbath, The Killers, Slash, Chris Cornell, Green Day, Aerosmith, Kings of Leon and many more. The music industry has played a significant role in securing this serene garden oasis its iconic status. To pay homage to those roots, Sunset Marquis continues its tradition of the summer acoustic music showcase Live @ Sunset Marquis.
The phrase “If these walls could talk” might as well have been invented for this 53-year-old fabled hotel, which was once synonymous with the Sunset Strip’s rock scene, housing everyone from Aerosmith to the Guns N’ Roses to the Foo Fighters over the years. The three-acre hideaway underwent a renovation a couple years back and offers swanky suites and villas to that were made for holing up for a bit.
This storied hideaway still hosts all sorts of celebrities seeking refuge in its lush grounds. Its bright and airy villas are more like luxurious apartments than hotel rooms—just with a far more sumptuous shower. Grab a bite to eat on the patio at Cavatina or scope out rock and roll-inspired fine art at the Morrison Hotel Gallery or grab a drink with a friend at Bar 1200.
Located in West Hollywood just off the Sunset Strip is the Sunset Marquis, a luxury hotel with a relaxed feel. This spot has served as the backdrop for more than a few legendary soirées and tons of Rock and Roll history. Whatever the scale or style of your shower, the hotel offers elegant-yet-fun options to hold your shower — from an intimate garden gathering to an elegant private affair. The Sunset Marquis is fun and entertaining, and a lively spot place to toast to your future life as a Mrs. with your ladies — with some bottles of champagne, of course.
Located at the iconic Sunset Marquis Hotel, Cavatina restaurant offers a menu which showcases the incredible local California product with creative presentations and simple yet bold flavors. The outdoor dining area of Cavatina is outdoor dining in LA at it’s finest with it’s perch like views of lush green trees and comfortable seating, you’ll love it.
Feast on seafood, prime rib, pasta and salad during Easter brunch at Cavatina at the Sunset Marquis. Offering something for everyone, the brunch features a seafood bar (think California prawns, King crab legs and sushi); display stations boasting bagels and cream cheese, sliced charcuterie and cheeses; a carving station with prime rib and ham; a pasta and bread station; and more. Pack it in (what else is a buffet for?), but make sure to leave room for dessert: there are pound cakes and bread pudding, croissants and the chef’s selection of mini treats.
Easter Sunday is synonymous with brunch. Whether you’re the person who loves waffles and French Toast or slow-roasted meats, raw seafood bars and spring green side dishes, brunch has a little bit of something for everyone. Leave the cooking to the pros this year, and check out what some of this city’s restaurants have in store.