Iroquois Room                                                   Garden Courtyard

The incomparable interior of   The Buffalo Club – known  as The  Iroquois
Room- affords transcendent sophistication for guests desiring an elegant
evening  in   a classic   supper  club  setting. The hand-carved  Honduran
mahogany bar  and wainscoting,  sumptuous   burgundy  leather  booths
and antique   bevelled  mirrors  glimmer in  the  soft whiskey-hued  light.
Hudson River  School  landscapes  and  photos of  19th Century  Buffalo,
New York and legendary literary figures adorn the umber Venetian plaster
walls. The Iroquois  Room  possesses a timeless, old world  charm  unlike
any room in Los Angeles. Custom   French  china, Italian  silver,  Austrian
crystal,  specialty  dishes  served   table   side and  a  rolling  cheese  cart
all set the  stage    for  an  intimate,    extraordinary   dining    experience; jackets required  for gentlemen.

The Garden Courtyard provides a lush, alfresco setting for a casual and
exciting evening out.  Vibrant  Chinese  silk lanterns float  above a  sea
of polished  candle-lit  tables  highlighting  palms, jasmine  and orange
trees potted in antique urns: all enclosed by verdant hedges  of English
privet. The grand courtyard bar, reminiscent of a Twenties rum-runner
opens  onto    the   beguiling    Garden   Lounge   where  cocktails  and
conversation can   be enjoyed   before and  after  dinner.   Exceptional
DJs  perform late  on  Fridays  and   Saturdays.  Dining  here,    whether
beneath the  summer   stars  or the   regally-draped  winter  tent,   one
feels they have discovered a secret garden.