Inn of the 7th Ray, Topanga, CA
Inn of the Seventh Ray is a restaurant wedding venue located Topanga, California. This wedding venue is nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains offers a feeling of seclusion while still being conveniently located just minutes away from the bustling city of Los Angeles. Inn of the Seventh Ray offers a rustic and romantic setting for you to gather in front of all your friends and family to exchange your vows.
Inn of the Seventh Ray has spectacular grounds that offer a unique experience for weddings and other special life events. This wedding venue features grand old sycamores, waterfalls, and winding brick pathways. Inn of the Seventh Ray is happy to host gorgeous outdoor ceremonies and receptions where you can celebrate in a dynamic natural environment. There are three different outdoor spaces for you to choose from. Inn of the Seventh Ray offers the creekside patio, the waterfall patio, and the fountain patio, which offering a different view and setting at the property. Inside you will find the garden room and church room which can accommodate smaller events. A tent can be put up over the outdoor spaces to ensure that your wedding can still go on even if the weather surprises you. Overall, Inn of the Seventh Ray can accommodate weddings and other special events with up to 220 guests.
Inn of the Seventh Ray offers on-site catering services for weddings and other special life events. The menu features market fresh, Californian cuisine that is influenced by the seasons and all the produce in each dish is locally sourced and features naturally raised ingredients.
What time does the Sun Set?
It changes depending on the time of year, but Google is handy for this. We don’t have a view of the sunset here at the restaurant, though dusk is lovely here.
Can I bring in My Own Cake / Desserts?
Yes, there is a $4 cake charge per guest. This cost is to cover the provided silverware/plates/ware washing labor.
Is there Outdoor Seating? Is there Indoor Seating?
90% of our seating is outdoors under canapes and twinkle lights. We don’t generally seat guests inside, but we do sometimes open those rooms when we have large events - or in the winter.