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Found the following posts in archive "01.2011". Click on title to view complete post.
Le Petit

Hotel Le Petit I almost don’t want to write this for fear of exposing the best kept secret in LA. But a place so exquisite just has to be shared exclusively with our French Tuesday members. To anyone who hasn’t discovered LA’s hidden gem, look no further than Hotel Le Petit. For those yearning for a more intimate, fashionable, bohemian alternative to the Chateau M...

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Kendall’s Brasserie

Kendall's Brasserie Stepping into Kendall’s, is like being transported into the warm and welcoming brasseries of Paris, with it’s mahogany walls and crisp white tablecloths, art nouveau décor and warm toned marble, you nearly forget you’re in downtown LA. Just steps away from the Music Center, Kendall’s is the perfect place to dine before or after a nig...

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Baked By Melissa

Try New York’s office favorite cupcakes Baked by Melissa. Perfectly sized miniature stuffed cupcakes for those of us with a sweet tooth. No more feeling bad about having a little dessert! Taste all 7 flavors to pick your favorite. (Not an easy one - we are still working on that !)   The bakery is conveniently located in the heart of Soho: 529 Broadway (Spring St. between Broadway...

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  Lower East Side Truly Hidden Gem! The worn wooden frame, the taxidermy on the walls, and the beards & flannel employee dress code give this old New York style spot a very hip, yet very Traditional American vibe. When this place first opened, it was everyone's best kept secret. Freemans doesn't take reservation however it is not uncommon to walk in an...

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Cafe Stella

  Transport yourself to the quaint, charming café’s on the winding small streets of Paris. Hidden away in a romantic courtyard off Sunset Blvd, Café Stella, offers everything you’d want from your typical French fare, with pleasing plats such as Moules Frites in a creamy white wine and shallot cream sauce, Buttery Wild Burgundy Escargots and the typical coq au v...

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