INKO NITO, a trendy Japanese restaurant in Los Angeles, CA offers a beautiful outdoor Patio section for various events. Together Rainer Becker and Chef Hamish Brown conceptualized, designed, and put into operation this fine establishment. Their vision to deliver delicious and interesting cuisine while in a creative environment succeeded. Specializing in traditional robatayaki cuisine with a Korean inspiration, this neighborhood favorite provides a fresh and interesting setting to host a party.
Stylish architecture meets an organic aesthetic at the patio. Surrounded by lush plants, the atmosphere feels neutral and calming. The greenery is contrasted by warm red brick walls while wooden furniture is neatly organized across a tiled surface. The Patio has a number of heating apparatuses that can shed a little heat on guests during those cooler days. From here, visitors can sit back and relax while taking in the bustling street scenes.
With space for up to 50 standing or 38 seated guests, the patio is available for separate rental. However, it can be hired together with the inside restaurant for larger events. Meals are made consciously and with care so that every guest who dines here receives both healthy and tasty food. Sushi fanatics can celebrate the diverse selection on offer here, with classic and experimental options to choose from. Find a drink that matches the dish with an impressive array of cocktails, craft beer, and non-alcoholic beverages.