On the Set

Stepping into The Backlot is like crossing over into an elegant ballroom parlor—high ceilings, opulent wall decorations, and rich natural textures—not to mention the two beautiful chandeliers bathing the room in a soft glow.

Inspired by the Golden Age of Hollywood, a vintage palette of colors and contours evokes a feeling of sophisticated days gone by. At the same time, wooden and marble surfaces combined with monochromatic accents set the scene for a perfect blend of past, present, and future.

If you were to visit a Hollywood film set during the 1920s through the 1960s, a “backlot” was a large area adjacent to the set. Designated for permanent exterior buildings & set construction, it was also a common space for the tirelessly working to convene and take a break. From leading ladies and dashing gents, to electricians and assistants, everyone came together to relax and recharge.

Similarly, The Backlot is an excellent spot to get together for a unique lunch experience, meet with friends before or after the movie, hang out with family to catch the game, or drop in for Happy Hour. Finally, our patio offers a chance to catch a cool breeze while you indulge in our mouthwatering bites and bevs.

No matter the reason that brings you to us, you’ll find The Backlot to be the perfect place to unwind and relax in luxurious comfort.

Jonathan King