LOCATED IN LOS FELIZ, THE GUEST HOUSE IS A QUAINT SPOT TO START YOUR DAY WITH A CUP OF COFFEE, OR END WITH A COCKTAIL.
The Guest House, run by owners Rose and Aram Serobian, is the newest evolution of the beloved Home Restaurants that have been feeding eastsiders in Los Feliz and Silverlake for nearly 20 years. The Guest House—which feels European by way of old-Hollywood glam house, with its comfy porch and side patio—is the perfect setting to slide from afternoon coffee and avocado toast to a full bar of craft cocktails, beer, and wine with modern American shareable plates.
The Craftsman-style house was converted into a full restaurant and bar but kept much of its original charm. The new design features high-arched ceilings with exposed wood beams, Italian floor tiles, tufted leather banquets, a full working fireplace, and a cozy covered patio and front porch with wooden table tops and stenciled tile floors. A private space in the back with dark wood fixtures and designer wall paper gives the place an elegant feel throughout.
The regionally inspired menu at the Guest House, created by Chef Ara (originally from the Netherlands), was designed to be shared with items like Chilean Blue Mussels, Shrimp Saganaki, Southern-Style Sliders, Moroccan Meatballs, and Octopus Salata. Wines are a curated list of boutique California vintages including Santa Barbara’s Au Bon Climat Pinot Noir and the Alma Rosa Pinot Gris,also from Santa Barbara, and California craft beers such as Beeline Track 7 blonde ale and Atticus Double IPA from Torrance California. The craft-cocktail program, curated by Mixologist / General Manager Edwin Del Rosal, uses locally sourced (California-derived) and hyper locally sourced (Los Angeles–derived) ingredients, with standouts such as the Navy Grog—using Three Sheets Rum from San Diego, alchemist ginger syrup from Los Angeles, and local clementines also grown in Los Angeles—and the WD Swizzle, named after Los Feliz's famous neighbor Walt Disney, made with raisin-infused El Silencio Mezcal, agave nectar, lime, carrot, and pineapple juice, and served with a Mickey Mouse logo printed on edible rice paper.
The Guest House is open daily with counter service from 7am - 4pm serving coffee, cocktails, breakfast, and lunch and full dinner service nightly from 5pm till 10pm during the week and 11pm on Friday & Saturday.