Smooth Jazz and Fine Dining at Spaghettini in Beverly Hills: The Perfect Pairing

Spaghettini & The Dave Koz Lounge is the perfect venue to enjoy dinner and a show in Los Angeles
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Chef Scott Howard’s menu focuses on a variety of Californian-inspired Italian dishes at Spaghettini.

Harmonizing fine dining with world-class jazz entertainment in the heart of Beverly Hills, Spaghettini & The Dave Koz Lounge is the perfect venue to enjoy dinner and a show.

Owners Cary Hardwick and Laurie Sisneros opened the original Spaghettini in 1988 in Seal Beach, Calif. The Beverly Hills location, which Hardwick and Sisneros opened with renowned saxophonist Dave Koz, pairs upscale cuisine with live smooth jazz performances in an intimate setting. 

Chef Scott Howard’s menu focuses on a variety of Californian-inspired Italian dishes including mushroom Madeira risotto, burrata cheese with strawberry jam and miso, meatballs with creamy polenta, baby beet and yogurt salad, spaghetti with crab and saffron, lamb Bolognese with feta and mint, braised short ribs, Alaskan halibut, and Chilean seabass.

Eric Rosen Architects designed the interior space with exposed ceiling beams, travertine stone, leather booths, and a graphic resin panel which rises to reveal a stage. Seating is designed to provide unobstructed views of the performance for each table.

Local jazz radio station 94.7 The Wave hosts Sunday brunches, while a variety of rotating performers including Matt Goss, Brenna Whitaker, Poncho Sanchez, and many other jazz artists entertain diners on evenings.

Spaghettini & the Dave Koz Lounge provides a perfect fusion of fine dining and exceptional live music in the heart of Beverly Hills.

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