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Hollywood neighborhood has now a stylish resurgence…something fresh and original with Paley, which located in the town itself, getting all the clichés in reference to Los Angeles best restaurants. Paley’s restaurant interior design was in charge of the hospitality group Plan Do See.
Housed in a landmark 1930s building, designed to by architect William Lescaze to house the CBS Studios, the restaurant is named after William S. Paley, the Chief Executive, who took the then small Philadelphia-based radio network and transformed it into a nationwide media conglomerate.
Local design firm Bishop Pass have smartly woven the building’s past throughout; perforated metal walls are evocative of the 1930s and 1940s microphones, and show-stopping concrete columns, white marble counters, brown leather seating and rich oak tables all inject the space with an unapologetic sense of luxury interior decor.
With a sweeping Art Deco-inspired design by Bishop Pass, along with input from owner-operator Plan Do See (out of Japan), Paley might be one of the most impressive restaurant interior design to open in Los Angeles these past years. Every detail has been pored over, from the majestic bar to the laid-back main dining room area.
Chef Greg Bernhardt – a leading figure in California’s farm to table movement – has skillfully fused the state’s offerings with a cheeky nod to the locale. As such, meals start with appetizers like Martini Mussels, with pickled pearl onion, gin and vermouth and fresh herbs, and end with the likes of popcorn ice cream, with brown butter powder and salted chocolate.
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