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The billboard-size photographs of Cate Blanchett and George Clooney are a bit much. But at Cut, Wolfgang Puck's gleaming-white temple of steakhouse cuisine in the... More »
Each staff member will address you by name. When you askwhere the restrooms are, a server won't just point the way; she'll happilywalk you... More »
Located on Hollywood's walk of fame between Las Palmas and McCadden, the Egyptian's 616-seat Lloyd E. Rigler Theatre features state-of-the-art sound and projection on... More »
Opened in 1941, the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel continues to be the most glamorous restaurant in the Los Angeles area, bar none. (Heck, we saw Warren Beatty... More »
Le Ka could have been built as a set. It could be a backdrop for a meet-cute moment in one of those crappy romantic comedies we all wish Ryan Gosling still made, a perfect location for the Real Housewives to stage a fight, a platonic ideal of...
Chef Adam Horton (formerly of Saddle Peak Lodge) serves up an "aphrodisiac-inspired" prix-fixe menu for young lovers: celery root soup with winter truffle, roasted apple salad with blue cheese or lightly poached oysters with champagne cream; butter poached Maine lobster with sunchoke, fennel and black garlic, sweet potato agnolotti with black trumpet mushrooms and winter truffle or pan roasted...
The Dal Rae at Christmas — freaking hell, the Dal Rae at Christmas, a pulsing, meat-scented wonderland of dark wood and smoked mirrors and shrimp cocktails as big as spaniel pups, Old-Fashioneds pulsing with sugar, tiny...
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