Japan’s famed global restaurant empire Nobu has confirmed that it will take over the Lure + Till restaurant space at Larry Ellison’s Epiphany Hotel in Palo Alto, Inside Scoop reports.
Lure + Till resturant will continue serving through December. Nobu is expected to open its doors in June 2017.
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The Epiphany is 86-room boutique hotel Oracle Corp. co-founder Larry Ellison bought last year for $71.6 million or about $832, 500 per room.
“While the closing of our beloved hotel restaurant is bittersweet, we are thrilled to usher in a new era of dining here at The Epiphany, welcoming one of the most renowned, upscale Japanese dining experiences to Palo Alto, ” Seth McDaniels, general manager of The Epiphany, said in a statement. “With its high level of service, superb product, and forward-thinking design aesthetic, NOBU will be perfectly at home at The Epiphany.”