Join The Where-To-Be-Seen Scene :: Kumo, Hollywood, CA

From California Home & Design Magazine: Kumo means “cloud” in Japanese. Kumo is also a new restaurant and bar on the popular Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood where it’s permissible to wear white after Labor Day because the entire restaurant has a white theme.

Former talent agent Michael Ovitz spawned the high-tech joint. It offers Murano glass chandeliers, iridescent walls, five flat screen TVs with Japanimation showing on them, exotic cocktails like the Black Margarita with Lavender Salt, plus a wide variety of cuisine, from cold salads and small plates to sushi, sashimi and entrees.

A: 8360 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 9006900
T: 323.651.KUMO (5866)
Hours: Mon -Thurs, 6pm-11pm; Fri – Sat, 6pm-12am.

By Gil Zeimer, Vagablond Lead Writer/Editor

Posted by Gil Zeimer on April 01, 2008 in Food

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