Nobu to open restaurant in Larry Ellison’s Palo Alto boutique hotel

George Sell By George Sell
04 December 2016 | Updated 04 December 2016

US: Nobu will take over the Lure + Till restaurant space at Larry Ellison’s Epiphany Hotel in Palo Alto.

US: Nobu will take over the Lure + Till restaurant space at Larry Ellison's Epiphany Hotel in Palo Alto.

Oracle co-founder Ellison bought the 86-room property last year for $71.6 million - or $832,500 per room.

Lure + Till resturant will continue serving until the end of December, and Nobu is expected to open in June 2017.

"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," said Seth McDaniels, general manager of The Epiphany. "With its high level of service, superb product, and forward-thinking design aesthetic, Nobu will be perfectly at home at The Epiphany."

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