Now that COVID-19 has subsided enough for us to go out to eat, why not experience the best cuisine and entertainment to start the perfect night out with a bang. A newer restaurant that gives a new meaning to the phrase “dinner and a show”, MainRo, is a Hollywood hotspot that cannot be missed. Located in the center of Hollywood, a two-minute walk from Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, this restaurant infuses traditional Japanese, French, and Vietnamese cuisine with an elegant artistic presentation surrounded by an exciting and exotic atmosphere. The mind behind this nuanced supper club and restaurant consists of restauranteur Romain Zago best known for his Miami restaurant locations Mynt and Mynt-Tu, and Italian architect Gianni Ranaulo. These two bring together their strengths of food and theatre to create an experience you will never forget!
In an interview with Forbs, Zago opened up about his ideas for creating MainRo. Stating that “the concept of MainRo was blending my personal taste along with ideas into a world of innovations and technologies while learning from my years of teachings in the nightlife and hospitality industry. With water being the focal point of the venue (where the letter O is synonymo
The dishes the menu has to offer range from sushi dishes like Bluefin Toro Tartar with caviar and a wasabi soy sauce to decadent dishes such as a French Orange Duck that is slow roasted and served with a Mandarin Orange Sauce. The most popular dishes of this venue include the MainRo Signature Ribeye, 28 days of dry-aged meat served with three homemade sauces. As well, their Wagyu Beef Sliders, offered all night, include truffle pecorino, tartufata aioli, and crispy shallots served on a brioche bun.
If you’re in the LA area and are looking for a new and exciting dining experience, stop on into MainRo and be prepared to have your definition of dinner and a show changed for good!