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The Henry, Robertson’s new dining destination

There is a new reason to visit Robertson Blvd and it is not a new fancy overpriced store, but a new neighborhood restaurant that will tantalize your taste buds – with outdoor seating and a massive indoor space – for a cozy booth date or a communal dining experience with new friends. The Henry, West Hollywood’s hip new dining destination draws LA’s beautiful people. The wait staff is welcoming (which they pride themselves on) and the food is exceptional. Not often do you find all three things in one place in LaLaLand.

Begin your night sipping a gin-based cocktail with rose petals called Wake the Angels and move on to the fig and ginger Mule. For a drawn-out dinner, share Smoked Norwegian Salmon on a crunchy hash brown with crème fraîche and arugula, Black Truffle Cheese Fondue with warm pretzel bite knobs, and the sinful Surf and Surf with luscious chunks of crab marinating in warm butter that comes with chilled Mexican shrimp and grilled bread bites.

Save room for entrees like the succulent Short Rib with homemade English Pea Ravioli and Seared Ahi Tuna in a bowl of green curry coconut rice with lemongrass broth.

Their coffee bar comes with intriguing options like a Flat White, The Butcher (two shots espresso, Colombian drip, splash sweet cream) and The Wildflower (espresso, vanilla, splash of chai, steamed milk).

Brunch and lunch are also offered along with a perfect bar for post-work meet-ups.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Henry

120 N Robertson Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90048

 

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