Here are your options for sky-high dining atop the Wilshire Grand

In addition to the penthouse lounge, tower will have handful of upscale restaurants

May.May 03, 2017 03:33 PM
Rendering of the Wilshire Grand at 900 Wilshire Boulevard

The tallest tower west of the Mississippi will also have the tallest open-air bar.

The Wilshire Grand’s InterContinental hotel will house an array of new dining options, including a top floor outdoor bar dubbed Spire 73, which will be the tallest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere.

Patrons of the lounge won’t have to worry about the height — the space will be contained behind tall glass panes, Eater reported.

On the 71st floor, La Boucherie on 71 will offer upscale French fare with an extensive wine list. Its wine room contains room for 1,200 bottles. The restaurant will also feature dining spaces for private events.

The floor below will house the Lobby Lounge, a coffee-and-cocktail joint that will be open all day.

Dekkadance, a food marketplace, will open on the 69th floor, as will Sora, a Japanese restaurant featuring sushi on a conveyer belt. [Eater]Cathaleen Chen

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