This institution conjures the Beverly Hills of yore, from the banana leaf-patterned carpets to the pre-reccession buzz in the air.
At the lobby lounge in the Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey, four dainty triangles of grilled pain de mie are piled with fresh crustacean meat that’s been enhanced with a veneer of melted Brie…
Seven’s Web site states, “If you do not say ‘WOW’ when you walk into Seven for the first time, we will be surprised.”…
Following 2012’s overhaul, Wolfgang Puck’s flagship has turned into a streamlined space that’s striking enough to draw out the nuances of Lee Hefter’s cooking.
The ocean breeze that wafts along Rose Avenue keeps Superba’s patio cool, with a stockpile of thick blankets ensuring that nobody catches cold.
The wraparound patio catches just enough morning sun, the courtyard is planted with lavender and herbs, and your utensils are stored in San Marzano tomato or steel-cut oatmeal cans…
Neighborhood: Sherman Oaks
There’s a nod to Old Hollywood here, from the atrium populated with famous folks to the menu, which skews vintage with Suzanne Goin’s versions of “devils on horseback,” Gulf shrimp cocktail, and Julia Child’s sinus-clearing ode to Dijon, Devil’s Chick.
You can’t ask for a better view, at the base of the Malibu Pier, and the room’s cute, an upscale version of a crab shack with a fake fish on the wall…
No matter the incarnation of this white bungalow at the end of Zuma’s Westward Beach Road, you can always count on a wedding taking place out front. The upstairs dining room is light, nautical, and serene…