And frankly, you couldn’t be more wrong.
(Well, okay, if you said you were reading a llama, you’d be more wrong.)
What you’ve actually got before you: the world’s strangest-looking silver platter.
The kind of silver platter that’s about to serve you up some Friday night date plans.
Welcome H.O.M.E., a proper Beverly Hills supper club where the steaks are prepared in a pinot noir reduction and the live jazz is delivered extra-smooth, opening tonight.
Listen, it’s okay if you don’t reinvent the wheel every night. Sometimes a subtle tweak of the wheel works wonders. Something like dinner for two at a gray-marble and chocolate-brown restaurant with a thick wine list (expected), a robust chop collection (assumed) and a rotating cast of musicians who’ll drop in to play sax while you chew (ah, there’s that subtle tweak).
As luck would have it, this spot is opening tonight. So, yes, you could be among the first Angelenos ever to silently mouth the words “F**k, that’s good” as you sample some slow-braised rabbit and porcini ravioli.
And if you’re the kind of person who’s constantly doing business at WME, you’ll be glad to know that not only is this place within deal-striking distance, but after New Year’s, it’ll be open for lunch.
Ari Emanuel: huge fan of smooth jazz.