Looking for eye candy to go with your culinary cravings? These club land hotspots fit the bill.
This piece of Pop art owned by the gents behind Les Deux, Dolce and Bella is the most daring design Hollywood's seen in some time. Its "ginormous" tower of fire, roving glammed-up geishas and combo of video art and simple rural materials (think bamboo and fishing nets) complement executive chef Genichi Mizoguchi's Japanese fare.
* Steamed monkfish, $14. 6633 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, (323) 460-6300.
Once inside this pretty, intimate lounge on the Sunset Strip, you'll feel as if you're in a gilded jewel box. The space includes an inverted ceiling, sweet-smelling flowers and a teensy dining area. Its Asian-inspired small plates were created by chef Katsuya Uechi. For dessert, don't miss out on a plate of homemade cookies with chilled milk.
* Kobe beef burger, $18. 8029 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, (323) 656-4933.
This newly opened oyster and Champagne bar at Hollywood Boulevard and Las Palmas is a homage to all things light, organic and sexy. Picture oyster sliders, caviar and thou in a club that features natural blond wood and a 14-foot tree as the centerpiece. Chef J whips up the treats.