A staple of the ever-thriving LoHi neighborhood, LoHi SteakBar just completed a significant remodel. Seven years old, the restaurant and bar set at 3200 Tejon Street, kept the menu and its core vibe but debuted an updated look last week.
“LoHi SteakBar has been well-loved by the community,” Joe Pettenger, who is the managing partner shared. “It’s a small, very busy restaurant that has received a tremendous amount of traffic over the years,” he added.
That wear and tear was good reason for the ownership to shoot for a facelift meant to keep the venue “fresh and relevant.” A two week long closure brought an overhaul that includes new furniture, lighting, wall-coverings, ceiling treatments, floors, and exterior signage.
In the refreshed space, guests can now return to favorite menu items like hand-cut steaks and house-ground burgers, mussels, oysters, and salmon, and so much more. The restaurant is open daily starting at 3:30 p.m.