The Formosa Cafe is a restaurant and bar founded in 1939 and located at 7156 Santa Monica Boulevard at the intersection with North Formosa Avenue, in West Hollywood, California.The restaurant has a long history of movie star and film industry patronage due to its close proximity to studio lot across the street, which began as the United Artists lot and was later owned by Warner Bros. Generations of movie stars such as Humphrey Bogart and Clark Gable have eaten meals at The Formosa. Frank Sinatra is reputed to have spent many nights at the Formosa in the 1950s, pining over Ava Gardner.After a brief 2 year hiatus, a complete refurbishment, and a tremendous menu update The Formosa Cafe has returned to serve the Los Angeles community once again.
The Seoul Salon restaurant and bar is retro style Korean restaurant and bar and offers a cozy, home-like atmosphere to help you enjoy your dinner and have peace of mind. when you come to our restaurant and bar you feel and experience retro style concept of Korea back in 1930. At that time Korea had Western and Asian culture . We assembled a strong team of professionals, all of whom aspire to constantly excel and step up!
Anju House specializes in Korean bar and comfort food. Our menu has been carefully crafted to create the best pairings of Korean cuisine and drinks. It has everything you need from delicious Argentinian Asado Ribs, crispy Korean fried chicken to fluffy waffles and s'mores for dessert.Hope to see you all soon!
Tsuri is contemporary Japanese restaurant that offers highest quality sushi,sashimi, and special rolls on Los Angeles. Daily delivered fishes and the modern atmosphere will satisfy you with our friendly staffs.Conversation at the bar with our executive chef, CO , who has 20+ years of experience make your dining unforgettable. Exceptional ingredient such as truffle oil, black sea salt, and gizami wasabi also make his dishes more remarkable.
Queen Violet is a modern Asian fusion restaurant in an unique European style building with a beautiful floral courtyard. Most of our dishes are inspired by Chef Sara Thongchoet. We also offer traditional Thai and Chinese recipes that make you feel at home. Chef Sara created her own recipes from her apartment in 2010 by cooking for her family and friends. Everyone loved her food, and her friends brought more friends! She quickly realized that the groups have gotten too big for her apartment. This moment of inspiration sparked her passion and her soul to become a chef. Chef Sara finally made “Queen Violet” happen in the heart of WeHo!So why the name “Queen Violet”?-Queen? We playfully imagine our customers to be Queen Bees returning to their hive (our restaurant).-Violet? In Thailand, violet is the color of the LGBTQ, not the rainbow. So, we chose violet to represent our support for the LGBTQ community.So welcome to Queen Violet !