Beverly Hills' Kate Mantilini Restaurant, an Industry Favorite, Set to Close
The famed dining spot -- popular among the industry crowd -- will close its doors on June 14.
The famed Kate Mantilini restaurant in Beverly Hills will be closing its doors this summer.
The Lewis family, owners of Kate Mantilini, announced Tuesday that it will be shutting down its Beverly Hills location. The restaurant -- popular among the industry crowd, with patrons including Steven Soderbergh, producer Mel Brooks, Matthew Weiner and the Wayans brothers -- is set to close on June 14.
The restaurant, which was featured in Michael Mann's Heat, has been operating for 27 years. The Woodland Hills location will remain open.
"We thank our wonderful staff who has kept to our very high standards and we wish every one of them well in their future endeavors," the Lewis family said in a statement. "And to our guests who have become our extended family, we hope to see you in Woodland Hills."
The popular dining spot was opened by siblings Adam and David Lewis, whose parents Harry and Marilyn founded Hamburger Hamlet before starting Kate Mantilini.