Rosé (closed) French posse brings Rose culture to West Hollywood strip

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  • Rosé (closed)

  • 861 N. La Cienega Los Angeles, CA 90069 USA (310) 289-1294
reviewed by
Michael Martin Editorial Review Author
  • The Scene:

    If the arrival of Fig & Olive and upcoming Bagatelle weren't enough to quench your thirst of a Cote du Provence and afternoon champagne showers, Rose´ becomes the third après-beach inspire eatery along West Hollywood's La Cienega to attempt South of France dining in LA. Located in the former Mark's space and remodeled with a La Voile Rouge-meets-hedgefunder holiday glamour of smooth stucco facade, ornate gated entrance and street-facing courtyard trimmed in shrubbery. Open late, the lounge-style setting will feature music by Hotel Costes DJ ingénue Stéphane Pompougnac. 

  • cuisine
  • price
    $$$$ ($45-65)
  • payment options
    Visa, MasterCard, American Express
  • hours
    6pm-12am, daily
  • table to get
    Main Room
  • special features
    Hip Clientele, Lounge Bar, Terrace
  • The Food:

    Capturing the culinary essence of the French Riviera, Rosé features a seasonal French-inspired menu by Chef Emmanuel Pradet offering endless Cote du Provence references like a private label Rosé wine from a St. Tropez vineyard and all-day lounge anthems courtesy of acclaimed French DJ brass.

  • Last Word

    NY restaurateur brings South of France dining to compete on crowded strip of LA’s La Cinenge. With no one yet to get the formula right, we’re eagerly optimistic of the grand debut.

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