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Great places to "do lunch." Maybe dinner too.


TERRY BERJEON
Bistro 45
45 S. Mentor Ave
Pasadena
626-795-2478


Vida in SilverLake.



MARY SUE MILLIKEN
& SUSAN FENINGER

Border Grill
1445 4th Street
(310) 451-1655


Kokekokko in Little Tokyo: "Get message first at Tokyo Spa"



FRED ERIC
Vida
1930 Hillhurst
Silver Lake
(213)660-4445


Vida in SilverLake.



KEN FRANK


Matsuhisa:"It's a very impressive place , and the food's always good there."



TOMI HARASE
Cafe Blanc
9777 S. Santa
Monica Blvd .
Beverly Hills
(310) 888-0108


Empress Pavillion in Chinatown for dim sum.



JEAN PIERRE LAMANISSIER


L'Orangerie: "I'm a classic person, hip doesn't mean hip people to me. It's a classy french restaurant can make a very memorable evening, like L'Orangerie. If a 28 year old is ready for a very nice classy dining experience it would make a very nice place."



JEAN FRANCOIS METEIGNER
La Cachette
10506 S. Santa Monica Blvd.
(310) 470-4992


:"L'Orangerie, but its a bit upscale. The Little Door is very romantic, and so is La Cachette."



HUGO MOLINA


Patina:" The Hotel Bel Air, to impress them, or else the Ritz-Carlton. I love elegance."



ROBERT ROBB
Chez Melange
1716 South Pacific Coast Hwy.
Redondo Beach
(310) 540-1222


Cafe La Boheme in West Hollywood



PIERO SELVAGGIO
Primi
(310) 475-9235
Posto
(818) 784-4400
Valentino
(818) 784-4400


The Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood



SUZANNE TRACHT
Jozu
8360 Melrose Ave
West Hollywood
(213) 655-5600


Indochine:" They're a little hip spot and the bar's crowded."



SHIRO YAMASHIRO
Shiro
1505 Mission St.
South Pasadena, CA 91030

L'Orangerie: "Ambiance is most important to me."
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