Mr. C. Beverly Hills Brings Harry’s Bar to L.A.

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Mr. C Beverly Hills; Photo Credit: Brian Leahy Photography

Giuseppe Cipriani is possibly best known for opening Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy in 1931.

The bar’s impeccable service matched by a taste of luxury turned the now national landmark into the international Cipriani brand that includes the 138-room Mr. C Beverly Hills hotel in Los Angeles. Luckily for groups, that same Harry’s Bar touch of sophistication permeates the entire property so much so that attendees could imagine Ernest Hemingway staying there.

Mr. C Beverly Hills’ modern classic interior design brings its event spaces to life for groups, most notably in the 12th-floor Starlight Ballroom. The space features a 360-degree view of the city from the floor-to-ceiling windows and wrap-around glass enclosed terrace. During the day, the space is well lit with daylight, and at nighttime, the chandeliers open up the space. Other meeting venues at the property offer a similar idyllic ambiance. The Garden features 10,000 sf of botanical gardens, stone paths and fountains, while the Yacht Club Pool Deck combines teak flooring and cabanas for the ultimate daytime event.

Of course, The Restaurant at Mr. C provides that classic Harry’s Bar look with white table cloths and leather stools. Its menu is a nod to the Italian heritage for which the brand is known, with Venetian tramezzini and beef carpaccio alla Cipriani representing just a few of the Cipriani classic dishes. A private dining room adjacent to the restaurant is available for groups, while the restaurant and attached private patio is also available for a buyout.

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