Committee Member Gray Malin’s WeHo Secrets

Committee Member Gray Malin's WeHo Secrets

November 14, 2019 by Gray Malin

Out & About

If friends are visiting from out-of-town and want a quintessential WeHo dining experience, I pick: The Tower Bar at the Sunset Tower Hotel. I love to sit in the formal dining room. This part of the restaurant has maintained its Hollywood glitz and glam and is dotted with A-listers, but is still casual enough for a pair of jeans. A martini is a must as is the sundae dessert. 8358 Sunset Blvd., sunsettowerhotel.com

When I just want a great, easy meal with a few friends, my go-to is: Connie and Ted’s. This is a great place for seafood in West Hollywood; it’s a neighborhood favorite of mine that is perfect for a casual lunch or dinner with friends. 8171 Santa Monica Blvd.,connieandteds.com

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House Smart

I always find the most interesting objects at: Fred Segal on Sunset Blvd. 8500 Sunset Blvd., fredsegal.com

When I know what I want to add to my home, I like to hit: Serena & Lily. This brand aligns nicely with my own personal coastal style. In addition to some of my favorite indoor pieces like their rattan beds and rafia dressers, Serena & Lily also makes incredible outdoor furniture, rugs, and accessories that are a must for entertaining in West Hollywood. 8422 Melrose Ave., serenaandlily.com

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Closet Care

When I feel like trying out some garments to shake up my wardrobe, I think the best place is: The Optimist at the Platform in Culver City. This is one chic men’s store that will satisfy almost any man with a large, thoughtful curation of clothing, accessories and home goods. 8850 Washington Blvd., platformla.com

When it’s time to treat myself, you can’t go wrong visiting: Gucci. I love the craftsmanship and quality of their shoes and clothing. My Gucci slides are great and I can wear them nearly year-round in Southern California. 8500 Beverly Blvd., gucci.com

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Committee Member Gray Malin's WeHo Secrets

November 14, 2019 by Gray Malin

Out & About

If friends are visiting from out-of-town and want a quintessential WeHo dining experience, I pick: The Tower Bar at the Sunset Tower Hotel. I love to sit in the formal dining room. This part of the restaurant has maintained its Hollywood glitz and glam and is dotted with A-listers, but is still casual enough for a pair of jeans. A martini is a must as is the sundae dessert. 8358 Sunset Blvd., sunsettowerhotel.com

When I just want a great, easy meal with a few friends, my go-to is: Connie and Ted’s. This is a great place for seafood in West Hollywood; it’s a neighborhood favorite of mine that is perfect for a casual lunch or dinner with friends. 8171 Santa Monica Blvd.,connieandteds.com

connieteds.jpg

House Smart

I always find the most interesting objects at: Fred Segal on Sunset Blvd. 8500 Sunset Blvd., fredsegal.com

When I know what I want to add to my home, I like to hit: Serena & Lily. This brand aligns nicely with my own personal coastal style. In addition to some of my favorite indoor pieces like their rattan beds and rafia dressers, Serena & Lily also makes incredible outdoor furniture, rugs, and accessories that are a must for entertaining in West Hollywood. 8422 Melrose Ave., serenaandlily.com

serenalilly.jpg

Closet Care

When I feel like trying out some garments to shake up my wardrobe, I think the best place is: The Optimist at the Platform in Culver City. This is one chic men’s store that will satisfy almost any man with a large, thoughtful curation of clothing, accessories and home goods. 8850 Washington Blvd., platformla.com

When it’s time to treat myself, you can’t go wrong visiting: Gucci. I love the craftsmanship and quality of their shoes and clothing. My Gucci slides are great and I can wear them nearly year-round in Southern California. 8500 Beverly Blvd., gucci.com

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