La Loggia Introduces Piano Bar Nights and New Menu

Studio City restaurateur Frank Leon is in the mood for change. Most recently he switched up Next Door Tapas, turning it into Ceremony. Now his 29-year-old classic, La Loggia, has a new menu and an interior redesign with a sophisticated cabaret/speakeasy ambience.   Debuting April 24 is the weekly “Piano Bar Nights” where live music will be played Thursday to Saturday from 9 […]

Studio City restaurateur Frank Leon is in the mood for change. Most recently he switched up Next Door Tapas, turning it into Ceremony. Now his 29-year-old classic, La Loggia, has a new menu and an interior redesign with a sophisticated cabaret/speakeasy ambience.  

Debuting April 24 is the weekly “Piano Bar Nights” where live music will be played Thursday to Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight and a new “prohibition-inspired” cocktail list. The first pianist to take to the ivory keys will be Mark Cole from the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills.

New dishes to try include:

Lobster linguini

Beefsteak tomato salad

Croque-Monsieur

La Loggia, 11814 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, 818-985-9222

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