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Trip Guide to Hollywood Highlights

The latest L.A. after-hours trend: intimate spaces that mix Tony Bennett cool with Tony Duquette-inspired design. Read the article

Themes: Food + Drink

Inspired by: T+L Reports: Hollywood Social Scene — by David A. Keeps, Published Sep. 2006

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    Terrace at Sunset Tower Hotel

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    Social Hollywood

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    Brentwood’s most popular sushi destination happens to be the chain restaurant Katsuya by Starck. Master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi and design impresa

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    Stone Rose Lounge

    Production assistants and their former-USC sorority sisters flock to the amber-colored bar at the newly renovated Sofitel—once a forgotten overnigh

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