6372 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002834.097863 -118.328660
Monday To Sunday From 10:00 AM To 12:00 AM
Neighborhoods: Central LA, Hollywood
Worst Service Ever – Don't bother going! I was recently there with a couple of friends and we were "taken care of" by Jaclyn who provided as equal service as someone from the DMV. Waited forever for our drinks, forever for our food which wasn't good at all (had a pizza that was a poor example of a pizza, fries were decent), Jaclyn had an attitude the entire time and didn't answer questions we had about the menu, seemed like she simply ignored us. The "Manager" I believe his name was Greg was walking around like he owned the place, with a Napolean complex and seemed more interested in picking up girls then in the service.
Horrible Service don't waste your time or money
Overpriced & Unsatisfying – When we first entered, we were very nicely greeted by Miguel *a server* who was ready to seat us w a smile. Then the poorly dressed, high-looking hostess dragged herself up to us, took the menus from Miguel and proceeded to slowly lead us to a table w an attitude of "I'm only doing this until I get famous." Unfortunately, that was the attitude of everyone that worked there *except Miguel.* It took a few glares for the server to finally get us our drink orders *which he obviously forgot to place w the not-at-all busy bartender.* We ordered the underseasoned cheese pizza, oyster po'boys, oily hummus, and fries. The fries were superb w the garlic aioli! It looks like the staff from Charcoal *the previous restaurant in that spot* was taken over by Boho...good luck w that. The place itself has great decor. Hopefully, management will wake up & realize that service & food are what make a good restaurant!
$4 for a soda. Come on now. – Andre Guerrero's menu is great. The fries and pizzas are tasty. The oyster po-boy sliders are nice. The Ox Tail Catalana is excellent.
I just don't get why a regular soda is $4. BoHo, you got great food but get real with the price for a non-alcoholic drink.
Hollywood's first gastropub brings kitsch, beer & comfy eats – It's a little bit country, it's a little bit rock 'n' roll ... this sprawling space next to the Cinerama Dome might bill itself as Hollywood's first gastropub, but it feels less like a beer-happy restaurant and more like a quirky-cool relative's house. There's a friendly guy out front on the "porch" to greet you before you even make it to the hostess table. The cozy fireplace (decked out with a stuffed deer head, naturally) beckons with its comfy leather couch and chairs, while the low-hanging chandeliers, soaring ceilings, grandma-style lamps, secondhand oil paintings, towering ficus trees, country-esque wood chairs and countless other odds and ends lend an air of lived-in hospitality. Chef Andre Guerrero has created a melting-pot menu of seasonal soups and salads, pizza (deliciously thin crust with toppings like preserved lemon, garlic, ricotta and arugula), small plates (five words: fried oyster po' boy sliders) and entrees like organic Tasmanian salmon and a signature burger stuffed with Cambozola cheese, caramelized onions, dill pickles, heirloom tomatoes. As for the pub portion of this late-night joint (it's open till midnight every night, and even later on weekends) the impressive draft selection--spearheaded by beer sommelier Ryan Sweeney of Verdugo Bar--offers a monthly rotation of 25 brands.
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