Culina – A Taste of Modern Italian
It’s time for new a beginning and new traditions for the local Los Angeles residents. This summer, take the time to experience Culina at Four Seasons in Los Angeles. Designed specifically for Los Angeles, the creators of Culina broke away from the Four Seasons French luxury hotels to provide a whole new dining experience. The textured-wood tables and the modern décor provide a complete change of scenery.
The Culina establishment boasts a 2,000-sq.ft. outdoor patio with a long firepit; a VIP lounge; and a large wine room that is visible through decorated glass etched with Italian words and phrases.
The menu is created and ever evolving by Chef Victor Casanova along with the help from a tasting panel. The Cobb salad is very unique and is not assembled with a standard green medley. Instead it is arranged with grains, vegetables, and truffle pasta. Barely scratching the surface of the epicurean delight for modern Italian is the first original crudo bar. This is the first of its kind to grace us in the city of angels. The Larry Flynt’s salad is a signature dish and was created for the publication mogul because he dines there so often. With yellowtail and tuna, to salmon dipped in ginger oil, to the sweet selection of desserts and choice wines, Culina is a new favorite place to call home-away-from-home.
Tasting Panels are premiered the 2nd Saturday of each month. The class is 2.5 hours long and upon adjourning the course guests are served their dish with a glass of paired wine.
300 South Doheny Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90048