Venue Info

The co-owners who previously brought Church & State to the CA Arts District now bring their French-Mediterranean fare to Downtown. Drinks wine from a hand-selected Old World list, beer and cocktails. Spring’s dining experience is unlike any other: dark wood and gold-flecked marble light up under an atrium that floods the space with natural sunlight. Vintage details decorate the room and a water fountain sits in the middle. The open kitchen, visible to all, runs the length of the room. Spring is best for brunches and early dinners.

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Spring

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The co-owners who previously brought Church & State to the CA Arts District now bring their French-Mediterranean fare to Downtown. Drinks wine from a hand-selected Old World list, beer and cocktails. Spring’s dining experience is unlike any other: dark wood and gold-flecked marble light up under an atrium that floods the space with natural sunlight. Vintage details decorate the room and a water fountain sits in the middle. The open kitchen, visible to all, runs the length of the room. Spring is best for brunches and early dinners.