McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks
4th & Hope
Adjacent to 400 S. Hope St.
Los Angeles, CA 90071

213.629.1929
213.629.0796 (Banquets)
713.386.8532 (Fax)

Email: Restaurant
Banquets

HOURS:
M-TH:  11:00AM-10:00PM
FRI:     11:00AM-10:00PM
SAT:      4:00PM-10:00PM
SUN:       4:00PM-9:00PM


McCormick and Schmick's Seafood Restaurant in Los Angelas, CA.

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks - Los Angeles, CA 

Entering our traditional-style restaurant is like being transported to an earlier age. The restaurant's ten private booths offer a perfect environment for business or romance.

The restaurant is conveniently located near many downtown attractions including the Museum of Contemporary Art, LA Live, the Nokia Theater, The Staples Center and the Music Center which includes the Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall.  Shuttle service is available to The Staples Center and the Music Center when events are scheduled. Please call us for more details about the shuttle.

From fresh seafood and shellfish to aged steaks and garden fresh salads, our goal is to exceed your dining expectations.

As our guest you will experience culinary excellence at its best. Our menus reflect seafood from the Pacific Rim, Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. We also source products from local ranches, farms and wineries to showcase regionally inspired dishes.

A distinctive feature of our restaurant is our beautiful bar area that offers you a comfortable environment from which to enjoy a wide variety of wines, beers, classic drinks and trendy cocktails.

Be sure to stop by and enjoy our award winning bar food during our Happy Hours. Every item on the menu is appealing and the prices are equally attractive!

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks offers three private rooms: The Club Room, The Library Room and The Bunker Hill Room. These rooms can accommodate groups from 10 to 100 guests. We also offer semi-private areas for smaller parties looking for something a bit secluded.

"Go for the oysters on the half shell, the crab louie and the grilled fish dishes." - Los Angeles Times