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AN OASIS IN DTLA

Agua Viva, a chic rooftop restaurant from Michelin-starred Chef José Andrés at Conrad Los Angeles, has the beach club vibes of your dreams. Taking its name from “living water,” Agua Viva is a place to refresh and renew. Our open-air restaurant is an opulent escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown, perched high up in The Grand by Frank Gehry, with sweeping views of the mountains. The Latin-meets-Asia menu straddles two hemispheres, while keeping a foot in Chef Andrés’s homeland of Spain. Relax, have a bite, and sip one of our modern cocktails as you find your own personal respite on the 10th floor of Conrad Los Angeles.

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ASIAN AND LATIN FLAVORS HARMONIZE

Our menu seamlessly weaves the diverse flavors of Asia with the soul of Latin America—a dynamic pairing that reflects the true melting pot of L.A. Designed to be shared, our dishes are as eye-catching as they are vibrant, flavorful, and deeply satisfying. As you decompress in our breezy dining room, enjoy sparkling platters of oysters; a bright, refreshing Young Coconut Ceviche studded with avocado and mango; Chef Andrés’s iconic Txule Burger, made with dry-aged ribeye; and whole fried sea bream, with fresh herbs and mojo verde.

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FRESH AIR REFRESHMENT

Cocktail master Miguel Lancha has put together a modern menu of drinks that are perfect for outdoor sipping: Cool off with a Shiso Spicy Margarita, Tornup Tiki Punch, or a classic Mojito. An extensive selection of innovative Zero ABV options provide sipping sans alcohol  — and more than 25 wines by the glass, spanning from California to Spain and New Zealand, as well as draft and bottled beers, mean that you can toast your meal no matter what libation you’re craving.

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Agua Viva is located on the 10th floor rooftop of Conrad Los Angeles, in the Frank Gehry-designed The Grand complex in Downtown L.A. The hotel sits at the heart of DTLA’s most iconic and influential cultural corridor — which serves as an inspiration to the entire property.

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