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1718 Vine St. (Hollywood Blvd.) Send to Phone
A stylish space for socializing, seasonal fare and handcrafted cocktails in Hollywood.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Lexington Social House, Los Angeles, CA

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Lexington Social House Restaurant Review

: Just off the intersection of Hollywood and Vine is Lexington Social House, a hot-spot that has contributed to the area’s revitalization. The space, conceived by designer Thomas Schoos, features five-legged Queen Anne chairs, modern stick-figure art, and a garden patio with a fireplace. Consultant executive chef David Feau, formerly of The Royce and Patina, has designed a Progressive American menu influenced by seasonal ingredients. There’s also a Pantages Prix-Fixe menu for theatergoers priced at $28 for two courses, $37 with dessert. While it’s not particularly extensive, the wine list features some intriguing small producers from around the globe. Most of the hip guests opt for the handcrafted cocktails poured by skilled mixologists. For those considering dessert, there’s monkey bread accompanied by ice cream.

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