Take a peek inside at Terra Cotta, Koreatown’s newest dining gem. The drop-dead gorgeous space is nearly ready for its Wilshire Boulevard debut in the Pellissier Building adjoining the Wiltern, and promises to change the way you think about dining out before a show.

First, the space. Sean Knibb of Knibb Design brought the tall, deep room to life with lots of light touches across tile, marble, and wood, while maintaining a return to elegance thanks to hand-finished glass chandeliers and a few well-placed, impossibly tall booths.

You’ll find a wraparound bar and communal table that’s perfect for grabbing a post-show drink, plus a mix of four-tops spread over the open dining room. A few low booths run along the glassy street side of the space, while several shockingly tall options frame the dining area at the far end. Add in a small run of counter that looks directly into the kitchen — plus some extra hidden-away details throughout the cavernous space — and you’ve got all the makings of a stone-cold stunner.

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