Frequently Asked Questions

We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions at Vibrato for you below. If you can't find what you're looking for, please give us a call during business hours and we'll be happy to help.

What is the dress code?

Vibrato visitors tend to be fairly well dressed. If we had to give it a name it would be something like "LA Smart Casual." It's something between what you might wear to have dinner with your boss and when you get dressed up to have a fancy night out on the town with your best friends. That being said, no one's going to turn you away in a nice pair of jeans or slacks and a collared shirt. Please no shorts, t-shirts or flip flops.

Can minors attend performances?

First and foremost, Vibrato is a restaurant. Minors are welcome to dine with their parents in the dining room area. The bar area is strictly for adults. Although most of the performances are family friendly, we do get the occasional act that is geared to the older crowds. We try to post a heads up to parents on the calendar.

Do you have vegetarian offerings?

Of course! As our offerings change throughout the year, we'd like to encourage you to view the menu prior to visiting for our current vegetarian and vegan choices. You can view our menu here.

How loud are the performances?

The simple answer is that the closer you are to the stage, the louder the instruments and music will sound. Vibrato does use special equipment to achieve the best possible sound in the restaurant, though certain instruments such as the trumpet and saxophone will sound much louder in the pit area.

Is there a table minimum to watch the performances?

Vibrato is a supper club with live performances. Cover charges may be charged depending on the performance. Tables are reserved for those having dinner. Customers wishing to view the performance but not have dinner may view from the bar with payment of any applicable cover charge. The average of our entrees is around $35-$40.

Why do you have cover charges?

For us to be able to afford the extraordinary level of talent that graces our stage, we often need to charge a cover charge. Cover charges are usually around $20 but may go up depending on the size of the band and the performer.