The Montage Beverly Hills has joined forces with the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts to provide a luxe new culinary experience for theater patrons.
The hotel’s new Wallis Supper Club offers ticket holders the opportunity to enjoy reserved seating and expeditiously timed service of a three-course prix fixe dinner lightly themed to the evening’s performance.
This private dining experience launches with a twist on Hungarian cuisine as prepared by Chef Gabriel Ask, in honor of “Parfumerie,” the first theater production at The Wallis. Set in 1937 Budapest at Christmastime, the romantic comedy follows a courtship built through love letters — a perfect homage to the center’s location on the grounds of the historic Beverly Hills Post Office.
Patrons also have the unique opportunity to further the evening’s theme by visiting “Timeless Scents: 1370 – 2013,” an exhibition created especially for The Wallis that traces the history of iconic fragrances.
The Wallis Supper Club is currently accepting reservations for pre-performance private dining for “Parfumerie,” December 5- 7, 12- 14, and 19- 21. The dining experience begins at 6 p.m.; transfer to the theater commences at 7:30 p.m. Pricing is $115 per person for a minimum of two ticket holders and is inclusive of tax, gratuity, valet and transportation.