We have been fans of the Mondrian on Sunset for decades — from the rowdy Asia de Cuba days to the more sophisticated Herringbone concept, you can’t beat the indoor-outdoor vibe or the views of West Hollywood. While ABC’s The Taste alum Chef Brian Malarkey’s seafood-centric Herringbone has moved out to Santa Monica, West Hollywood welcomes the latest dining edition of Ivory on Sunset, which opened over the new year. The new concept—again by Malarkey — brings market-driven dishes inspired by the restless creativity of Hollywood’s golden age and its eternal, timeless glamour. The new eatery aims to celebrate both the attitude that made Hollywood iconic along with California cuisine.
According to Malarkey, “The restaurant still has an incredible seafood and meat selection, but if I’m sitting on that patio, there’s nothing I want more than a delicious crudo or light salad. There’s a lot of natural synergy between the menu and environment.”
Photography by Marie Buck
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