Located at the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Ivar, Osaka is divided into three distinct spaces, all tied together by Kris Keith's design. The front bar is a large, future-rustic cave with metalwork, a jagged centerpiece of a bar and a sawtoothed fireplace that looks like a refined setpiece from Mad Max. Outside, the long airy "pisco garden" is overseen by red crossbeams and boasts a glass-backed bar showcasing large jugs of housemade pisco. Inside, the main dining room, is a dark, classy, muted affair, anchored by a 40-seat sushi bar where hunks of raw fish are displayed under discreet lighting. It also features the best Spacecraft design element we've seen in years: a gorgeous ceiling with hundreds of intertwining ropes criss-crossed above the room.