Hours & Location
Sun – Thurs 6 PM – 9:30 PM
Fri 6 PM – 10:30 PM
Sat 5:30 PM – 10:30 PM
Bar Centro Hours:
Sun 5:30 PM – 11:30 PM
Mon – Fri 5:30 PM – 12:30 AM
Sat 5 PM – 1:30 AM
Mon – Thurs 5:30 PM – 8 PM
The first location of The Bazaar by José Andrés, The Bazaar Beverly Hills was created in 2008 as a celebration of Spain, both traditional and modern. Its distinctive dining areas give the feel of a bustling European piazza, offering boundlessly creative interpretations of tapas, presented as a culinary journey.
The menu at this Bazaar flagship approaches Spanish cuisine from two very distinct directions, from the classic to the cutting-edge, offering a truly singular experience. Each dish is a work of art and each bite a fête for the senses. Cocktails here transcend well beyond the ordinary into true art, with a heady dose of magic.
A CULINARY JOURNEY
Guests are invited to begin their evening with cocktails and snacks in Bar Centro before progressing to one of two dining rooms—Rojo, a low-lit, dining room evoking classic Spain and flanked by an exhibition kitchen, or Blanca, a more modern and ethereal setting. Following dinner, guests can choose to move to the whimsical Patisserie for coffee, tea, and a choice of exquisite desserts.
Meaning “dream” in Catalan, Somni is an evolution of fine dining as imagined by ThinkFoodGroup Creative Director, Aitor Zabala, and Chef José Andrés. Nestled inside The Bazaar by José Andrés at the SLS Hotel Beverly Hills, Somni is an invitation for guests to embark on a veritable epicurean journey. The 10-seat counter removes barriers between the guest and the chefs, fostering conversation as the chefs craft, plate and present the ever-evolving tasting menu. Tickets go on sale the first Monday of every month for the following month at 10 am PST.
Tres is a sophisticated yet comfortable sanctuary offering three distinct dining experiences from the imaginative mind of Chef José Andrés, set inside a cozy wonderland designed by Philippe Starck. Sleek leather loveseats by a warm fireplace. Marble counters for communal eating. Private dining rooms for exclusivity.