Two new deals at West Hollywood Europeans take their names from the days of the week.
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Lock up your daughters and wives, Los Angeles!
Mary Louise Paker chased a star-studded pool party with a trip to the star-packed restaurant.
The restaurant has green eggs and ham, punch bowls, and yep, a menu solely for Champagne.
Even her husband, Chris Martin, hoofed it rather than enter the gas-guzzler.
The Laker resurfaced in a great week for L.A. sports fans.
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The Grammy's certainly sucked, but the star-packed after-party on Melrose sounds like awesome stuff.
Bouchon vet Scott Quinn plans pickled pork belly and foie gras terrine on a seasonal menu. Oh, and champagne, lots of champagne.
Get your tans up to snuff and your ears tuned to techno, as the Euro-heavy New York import is coming soon.
The opening forms a Euro-heavy triumvirate, along with nearby Rose and Fig & Olive.
The brand is trying to ditch the whole "boozy brunch" stereotype with new and improved chefs.
New York's French bistro known for its pricey menu and wild booze brunches is coming to the former Budoir space.
Expect French bistro fare and, if we're lucky, some pretty people dancing on tables.