96th Street Bistro at Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel
Many years ago, before the airport came to be, this area was known as Rancho Sausal Redondo, part of a large Mexican land grant. The land on which the hotel now sits was eventually leased to tenant farmers who grew wheat, barley and beans. In recognition of the heritage of this land, we present to you the 96th Steet Bistro, named after this "dry farming' site on Airport and 96th Street. The 96th Street Bistro features only California cuisine which is a reflection of the diversity and ingenuity of the people of California with a fusion of food from all over the world. But with a twist of local ingredients. With over half of the entire nation's fruits and vegetables grown in California, we decided we had all the ingredients we needed right in our backyard. Committed to serving only the freshest ingredients provided by local farmers and ranchers, the 96th Street Bistro promises bold and imaginative dishes, so you can be sure you're enjoying extraordinary California cuisine.