Adding to its list of accolades, the Anaheim White House, a posh OC Italian steakhouse, has won the coveted Golden Nugget Award presented by the Pacific Coast Builders Conference. Considered the “Oscars of the industry,” the Golden Nugget Award recognizes architectural and interior design excellence.
On hand to accept the honor was humanitarian/chef Sir Bruno Serato, owner of the restaurant that was rebuilt after it burnt to the ground 2 years ago.
“No one was more deserving to earn the Judges Special Award of Excellence than our outstanding design/building team consisting of KTGY Architecture and La Placa Construction,” said Serato. “We were honored before some of the building industry’s leaders who hailed from the four corners of the globe. It was thrilling.”
KTGY and La Placa’s aim was to revive the 1909 Colonial-style mansion and bring it back to its former glory. The main floor of the restaurant is set aside for proper dining with 11 rooms, 8 of which may be closed off for private affairs. Upstairs are 3 additional rooms for dining and/or private events as well as the BBar, bar/lounge. The West Wing adjoins the restaurant, boasts a Versailles-like mirror and is a popular event venue.
Among the restaurant’s design elements: Resina flooring, Versace-inspired dining tables and chairs and a distinctive glass, stone and gem adorned fireplace. Hand-painted frescos featuring replications of master artists appear throughout. Upstairs, the sleek BBar boasts a dynamic cobalt blue and crisp white color palette and, in keeping with the dining room’s theme, more Versace-inspired dining tables and chairs as well as an elegant bar with plush stool seating.
Call (714) 772-1381 or visit AnaheimWhiteHouse.com for reservations or more information.
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