Apply for membership

Los AngelesBest PlacesEditorialReservationsConcierge Services
Partner with usSign up
Elegant interior of TAO Los Angeles restaurant featuring a cozy, dimly lit ambiance with red velvet chairs, a brick wall adorned with framed artwork, and Asian-inspired decor.
Alt caption: Luxurious interior of TAO Los Angeles, featuring vibrant red lighting, ornate Asian-inspired decor, and a striking blue sculpture centerpiece.
TAO Los Angeles restaurant interior featuring Asian-inspired decor, warm lighting, and a striking central Buddha statue, creating an inviting and exotic dining atmosphere.
Crowded, vibrant scene at TAO Los Angeles with excited patrons dancing and enjoying a live performance in a dimly lit, ornately decorated venue.
Vibrant restaurant scene at TAO Los Angeles with warm lighting, bustling crowd, and Asian-inspired decor.
Stunning interior of TAO Los Angeles restaurant, featuring vibrant red seating, ornate Asian decor, and a striking blue-lit Buddha statue at the center.
Vibrant scene at TAO Los Angeles restaurant, featuring a bustling crowd enjoying a lively atmosphere under ornate Asian-inspired decor.
Vibrant interior of TAO Los Angeles Restaurant, bustling with diners and featuring ornate Asian decor and warm ambient lighting.

TAO Los Angeles

Photo credits: TAO Los Angeles

4.5 (172 reviews)

TAO Los Angeles

restaurant

TAO Los Angeles is a cool spot in the city. It's on Selma Avenue and is a big place with two floors. It has a restaurant, lounge, and private rooms for dining. There's a huge 16-foot statue in the main dining area. A big staircase connects both levels, making it a great place to see others and be seen.

Every night, TAO is full of fancy food lovers, social folks, and sometimes even famous people. Chef Ralph Scamardella made up the menu. It has Asian dishes like Miso Roasted Black Cod and Crispy Orange Chicken that are amazing.

The mood at TAO is lively and fun, with cool music playing all around. The lounge has a big bar that's great for hanging out with friends, either before or after eating.

TAO Los Angeles mixes East and West in a cool way, making it a great spot for different events or just a fun night with friends.

Written by Mia Chen - Updated on 6/16/2024

Photos of TAO

Elegant interior of TAO Los Angeles restaurant featuring a cozy, dimly lit ambiance with red velvet chairs, a brick wall adorned with framed artwork, and Asian-inspired decor.Alt caption: Luxurious interior of TAO Los Angeles, featuring vibrant red lighting, ornate Asian-inspired decor, and a striking blue sculpture centerpiece.TAO Los Angeles restaurant interior featuring Asian-inspired decor, warm lighting, and a striking central Buddha statue, creating an inviting and exotic dining atmosphere.Crowded, vibrant scene at TAO Los Angeles with excited patrons dancing and enjoying a live performance in a dimly lit, ornately decorated venue.Vibrant restaurant scene at TAO Los Angeles with warm lighting, bustling crowd, and Asian-inspired decor.Stunning interior of TAO Los Angeles restaurant, featuring vibrant red seating, ornate Asian decor, and a striking blue-lit Buddha statue at the center.

+8

photos

Why book TAO with Nox

Priority Access

Reserve 2,000+ venues worldwide.

Your Own Concierge

Get custom, curated recommendations.

VIP Experience

Enjoy special service.

Next Events

TAO Sunday

Sunday, July 14, 17:00 - 23:00

Tao Los-Angeles

Book now

TAO Monday

Monday, July 15, 18:00 - 23:00

Tao Los-Angeles

Book now

TAO Tuesday

Tuesday, July 16, 18:00 - 23:00

Tao Los-Angeles

Book now

TAO Wednesday

Wednesday, July 17, 18:00 - 23:00

Tao Los-Angeles

Book now

TAO Thursday

Thursday, July 18, 18:00 - 23:00

Tao Los-Angeles

Book now

TAO Friday

Friday, July 19, 18:00 - 00:00

Tao Los-Angeles

Book now

TAO Saturday

Saturday, July 13, 17:00 - 00:00

Tao Los-Angeles

Book now

Information

Opening Hours

Sunday

17:00 - 23:00

Monday

18:00 - 23:00

Tuesday

18:00 - 23:00

Wednesday

18:00 - 23:00

Thursday

18:00 - 23:00

Friday

18:00 - 00:00

Saturday

17:00 - 00:00

Contact

Frequently Asked Questions