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Want to eat what you see on Netflix? Don’t cook, eat at its new restaurant

Want to eat what you see on Netflix? Don’t cook, eat at its new restaurant
  • Netflix opens a pop-up restaurant in LA, featuring dishes from renowned chefs.
  • Ann Kim, Curtis Stone, and other top chefs to create exclusive menus for Netflix Bites.
  • Limited-time restaurant opens June 30, reservations are available now.
Netflix is venturing beyond its renowned streaming and mobile gaming platforms to make a bold entry into the food service industry. It will introduce its inaugural pop-up restaurant in Los Angeles. Aptly named Netflix Bites, this dining experience will be housed at the esteemed Short Stories Hotel, situated at 115 S, Fairfax Ave.

Devoted fans of Netflix's captivating culinary shows will have the chance to indulge in the delectable flavours of their beloved on-screen dishes – making for a truly immersive and satisfying gastronomic adventure.

This pop-up establishment will showcase talented chefs from popular Netflix cooking series, including culinary gems like "Chef's Table," "Nailed It!," and "Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend."

At Netflix Bites, patrons will have the extraordinary opportunity to savour delectable dishes prepared by esteemed chefs featured on "Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend". The lineup includes culinary maestros Curtis Stone, Dominique Crenn, Ming Tsai, Andrew Zimmern, Rodney Scott, Ann Kim, and pastry chef Jacques Torres, who also happens to be the head judge on "Nailed It!"

Furthermore, esteemed personalities such as Nadiya Hussain from "Nadiya Bakes" and skilled mixologists from Netflix's "Drink Masters" – Frankie Solarik, Julie Reiner, LP O'Brien, and Kate Gerwin – will be among the participants.

The restaurant is set to launch on June 30 and will welcome guests every day from 5-10 p.m. For those seeking a delightful brunch experience, a special menu will be available on weekends from 10 am to 2 pm.
How to book a table?
For those eager to secure a reservation, visit or the Resy platform. As described, reserving a table at Netflix Bites entails a non-refundable deposit of $25 per person. Rest assured, this deposit will be applied towards the final bill, ensuring an effortless and seamless payment process.

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