Mrs Fish is a restaurant wedding venue that is located in Los Angeles, California. This artfully designed venue is pleased to welcome a myriad of clients from locals to tourists and both casual and elite diners. Mrs Fish employs a modern twist on Japanese cuisine and whisky. The space is constructed with an inspired mix of art and presents itself as a DTLA oasis. Designs from notable Tokyo artists line the walls, making for a gallery-like experience for all who enter. They marry zen and provocative vibes to create a stunning and memorable event venue that couples and guests will not forget.
Facilities and Capacity
Upon entering Mrs Fish, guests will be greeted with a 5,500-gallon saltwater aquarium that floats above the floor. This aquarium is visible throughout the event space and offers a spectacular conversation piece for any occasion. Mrs Fish boasts a main dining room and bar, a whisky lounge, and a lower lounge. The entirety of Mrs Fish may be viewed as an eclectic art house, full of eye-catching and intriguing works that are acquired directly from Japan. The tiled floors amplify the impact of the art, bringing out the vibrancy and colors. This chic, modern space is sure to enthrall guests with its interesting design aesthetic and multi-leveled open space.
Mrs Fish acts as both a gallery and a restaurant for all guests. The art is sourced from notable talented artists in Japan and the cuisine is inspired by Japanese traditions. Chef Yoshi Park and Alex Reznik are proud to present a 10-course Omakase menu that allows clients to experience unique pairings and dishes exclusive to Mrs Fish. A broad range of Japanese whisky is also available to try, allowing for a full and immersive experience for any extravagant event.
Mrs Fish is located in the Pershing Square Building, directly off of 5th and South Hill Streets. Surrounding attractions include the Bradbury Building, Art Walk DTLA, and the OUE Skyspace LA, all within walking distance. Should guests seek overnight accommodation, there are many options in close proximity.