The guys behind Rock N’ Reilly’s opened Pearl’s directly next door to be the kind of fun, all-day hangout the Sunset Strip desperately needed. Mission accomplished. Home to one of the most underrated rooftop patios in the city, Pearl’s is also a weekend brunch titan. Design your ideal egg benedict or get creative with the “Mimosa Kit”: a tableside, make-your-own-mimosa situation that comes with the purchase of any champagne bottle. Outside of brunch, Pearl’s also has a happy hour that keeps the place full well into the evening.
Pearl’s is permanently closed.
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Ivory on Sunset
Does Ivory have the best food in West Hollywood? No. But it’s still decent enough for big groups and that patio is as good as it gets.
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