Storefront Report: 123-seat restaurant replacing Silver Lake’s Naya

A new restaurant is planned for the former Naya Sunset

SILVER LAKE — It’s been more than a year since Naya Sunset, the flashy Sunset Boulevard restaurant and bar served a modern version of Indian cuisine, shut its doors, leaving behind a large, empty space. Now, a new restaurant has emerged to replace Naya. While the name and owner of the restaurant remains unknown, a member of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council has circulated some details about the proposed restaurant:

  • They will have seating for 123 customers
  • They will have 50 parking spots, 17 on site and 33 off site/ valet (they will be using the building across the street on Sunset)
  • They will have 38 bike parking spots
  • They will serve alcohol from 11:00am to closing
  • They will be open for breakfast and have juice bar
  • They will be open 7:00am to 2:00am

The council’s Urban Design & Preservation Advisory Committee is scheduled to discuss and vote on the plans for the proposed restaurant at its meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the Citibank community room, 2450 Glendale Boulevard. Click here for an agenda.


  1. Where are the 17 on site parking spots they describe?

  2. Can’t wait for the NIMBY’s to come out and bitch about this new restaurant.

    • Nah, when a store closes due to poor business and then the place sits empty for a year, no one complains…at lest not until they see what kind of food it serves and the price!
      But a place that sold food and alcohol now selling food and alcohol again – just gets a shrug.

  3. Sounds promising! Hopefully it ain’t too much $$$$$

  4. Sounds intriguing. Love all the new things happening in the neighborhood. Yay!

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