Netflix Is Opening A Diner Featuring Its Most Acclaimed Chefs

Netflix Is Opening A Diner Featuring Its Most Acclaimed Chefs

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Netflix is launching a new pop-up restaurant. Opening its doors in LA on June 30, Netflix Bites (‘Netflix and Grill’ was right there!) will offer a range of tasty treats from some of its most popular food shows such as Is It Cake, Iron Chef, Nailed It! and Chef’s Table.

Meals will be prepped by the likes of Michelin-starred chef, Curtis Stone, Nadiya Hussain, Ming Tsai and Dominique Crenn, seven days a week from 5-10pm, with an additional brunch service on weekends.

The menu at Netflix Bites is comprised of little plates or bites, organized into a unique concept of “bite flights.” This allows guests to sample a variety of culinary creations inspired by each chef’s specialty and personal influences.

Netflix will also bring a myriad of flavors from cuisines from around the world. And what is fine dining without a fanciful cocktail menu? Netflix is also featuring a special cocktail menu crafted by the famous mixologists of “Drink Masters.” Frankie Solarik, Julie Reiner, LP O’Brien, and Kate Gerwin will be creating the most unique cocktails to complement the tasting menu.

While these esteemed chefs and mixologists have collaborated on the menu, they will not be on-site. Netflix Bites will be open at Short Stories Hotel in Los Angeles for a limited time, from 5 pm to 10 pm seven days of a week, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays with a special brunch menu.

Although it hasn’t opened up its doors just yet, Netflix Bites is already taking online reservations, which requires a $25 nonrefundable deposit per person that goes into your final bill.

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