The former home and studio of Vienna-born architect Rudolph Schindler (1887–1953) offers a fine primer on the modernist elements that so...
The brainy barmen serve prohibition-era cocktails – meaning they only use what was available during the 1920s and 1930s. No tropical...
The dining is French bistro classic. Think: steak or moules frites, braised short rib, roasted beet salads and bouillabaisse, all served...
730 N La Cienega Blvd · interesting places nearby
Some come for celeb-spotting, some come for superior service, but all come for the spicy tuna on crispy rice at this bamboo-fortified sanctum in the heart of the TMZ. Nobodies nibble Japanese specialties in the warm, Asian-accented central dining room while patio-dwellers – Owen Wilson, David Spade, Nicolette Sheridan and Avril Lavigne – float past. Reservations recommended.