The management team behind nightclubs such as PURE, LAX, and Company American Bistro bring you Social House. More than just a restaurant, this nightlife and dining spot really lives up to its name. Social House is a sushi bar, restaurant, and lounge all wrapped into one. The sushi bar alone is worth the trip with unique and very traditional Japanese creations. Try a roll with curry lobster, cucumber and avocado. Many of the specialty rolls are served with cooked steak, seafood, or poultry for those afraid to try some of the more traditional raw options on the menu. It’s arguable which are better, the entrees or the sushi. Entrees include a Japanese version of traditional fish and chips, five spice chicken wings, mini Kobe burgers, and even a Black Angus bone-in rib eye served teriyaki style. The menu is divided into cold dishes, hot dishes, sushi, Ishiyaki, and desserts. There is even a late night menu available with some small bites perfect for munching on with a few specialty cocktails in hand.
As for the atmosphere, Social House is truly one of the hottest spots in town. The lounge atmosphere begins relatively early and there is almost always a DJ in house spinning the latest tracks. Young party goers are often hovering around the bar sampling different types of exotic sake selections while some of the less adventurous try some of the signature martinis. The décor at Social House is a sight to see even if you don’t eat or drink there. The lounge area is covered by a ceiling filed with bird cages that hang underneath red lights for a very cool effect. Candlelight and natural elements like plants and flowers combine with a bird theme that is truly unique. Birds perched on trees and painted on the walls represent the soothing atmosphere that Social House aims to provide. The contemporary dining room pulls in the crowd, but the food is what keeps everyone coming back for more.