Church and State Los Angeles, Serves Traditional French Bistro Fare Using Only Organic, Seasonal Produce of the Highest Quality.
Church and State Los Angeles opened its doors in late 2008 in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles. The bustling restaurant serves classic bistro fare using grass-fed, humanely raised meat, cage-free poultry, and sustainable seafood.
Located on the ground floor of the original NABISCO bakery and offices, built-in 1925. The restaurant was once the loading dock of the National Biscuit Company.
They have a full bar serving seasonal, hand-crafted cocktails, and a French-focused wine list containing many organic and biodynamic selections.
Why We Like It...
- Delicious Food
- Fantastic Cocktail Menu
- Fun European Atmosphere
Need to Know...
- Make a Reservation
- The restaurant is loud
- Truite Meunière - whole Idaho trout, bloomsdale spinach, purple potato, sun gold tomato, capers, lemon
- Planche de Charcuterie - house-made cured pork belly, duck prosciutto, pâtés, terrines, and pickled vegetables
- Any of the seasonal tarts