La Traviata is an Italian restaurant located in Long Beach, California. The historic building was developed in 1927 by Lake Fisher and Traver and named after a famous opera that was considered scandalous during its time. Today, the establishment maintains its sense of excitement through private gatherings and lively entertainment. Guests attending the dining hall will be greeted by the towering Willmore Building which showcases a renaissance-revival design.
Preserving its original brilliance, the space boasts a neoclassical feel with vibrant textures and colors. Embellishments such as tasteful artwork, intricate mirrors, and potted plants add an ornate look to the venue. Numerous crystal chandeliers cast a glow on the Tuscan-style walls, creating an inviting atmosphere. Modern amenities and furniture have also been incorporated to reenergized the space into the 20th century. The blend of contemporary items, including colorful uplighting paired with classic accents lends itself to displaying a polished and old-fashioned aesthetic.
La Traviata specializes in expertly crafted Italian dishes with gluten-free options. Each dish may be complemented by a signature drink or wine. Ample seating with extended tables can be arranged in various layouts for events. For a dynamic experience, the venue can host entertainment including live piano players and jazz singers. The space also pairs well with themed celebrations such as masquerades and costume parties.