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Celebrity-owned restaurants and bars in Los Angeles light up with star power

Whether it's Robert De Niro's Ago, Ryan Gosling's Tagine or Eva Longoria's Beso, these bars, restaurants and night spots owned by stars may be just what you're looking for if you want a Hollywood-style ending to your day.

April 22, 2011|By Matt Donnelly, Special to the Los Angeles Times

[10] Geisha House: The cornerstone property in the Dolce Group's portfolio, the location was made popular by the investment of partners Ashton Kutcher, Wilmer Valderrama, Chris and Danny Masterson and Laura Prepon during the heyday of "That '70s Show." Kutcher's then-popular MTV prank project, "Punk'd," immortalized the restaurant for a younger generation of patrons, and the Asian-fusion joint is still popular. 6633 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 460-6300, http://www.dolcegroup.com.

[11] Beso: Eva Longoria's highly publicized restaurant may have had its troubles in Las Vegas, but she has become the picture of a successful celebrity restaurant partner. With the help of chef Todd English, Longoria has not only diversified her brand by incorporating her Tex Mex roots into the venue, she has a new cookbook. The space nabs big names like Anderson Cooper, Longoria's own famous pals like Mario Lopez and her "Desperate Housewives" costars and fans willing to spend for a piece of Eva. 6350 Hollywood Boulevard, (323) 467-7991, besohollywood.com.

matt.donnelly@latimes.com

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