Advertisement
 
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsL Ermitage
IN THE NEWS

L Ermitage

NEWS
March 14, 2011 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Free breakfast is nice, but so is a free night's stay. At nine Beverly Hills hotels this spring, you get both. Granted, prices for these rooms aren't cheap, but it's nice to save a little on a splurge at a luxury hotel. The deal: The Breakfast in Beverly Hills packages require minimum stays ranging from one to three nights depending on the hotel selected. Participating hotels include Avalon, Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows, the Beverly Hilton, L'Ermitage, Luxe Rodeo Drive, Montage, the Mosaic Hotel, the Peninsula and Thompson.
Advertisement
TRAVEL
January 23, 2000
West Virginia's venerable Greenbrier resort was demoted from five stars to four by the Mobil Travel Guide for the first time in 38 years. Mobil lowered its rating of the luxury resort in White Sulphur Springs in listing its awards for the year 2000, but didn't say why. Greenbrier President Ted Kleisner said he will investigate how the 7,000-acre resort, a top destination for golfers, fell short. "Mobil found something wrong, and we're going to correct it," Kleisner told the Washington Post.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 9, 1989 | RUTH REICHL
Got $125 to spare? Then you might want to know about the fund-raiser being held at Citrus on Sunday. A dozen of our best French chefs, including Citrus' Michel Richard, Michel Blanchet of L'Ermitage, Jean-Pierre Bosc of Fennel, Claude Segal of Mabe and the two chefs from Tulipe are banding together to put on a huge French bicentennial bash at Hollywood Park on July 16. To raise money for that affair, they're having this one. It's a sit-down dinner...
ENTERTAINMENT
June 21, 1986
NBC has turned to the American Film Institute to find new TV writers. The network on Friday announced that it will sponsor a Summer TV Writers Workshop that will culminate in a one-hour prime-time showcase in July, 1987. In making the announcement along with other network and AFI officials, NBC Entertainment President Brandon Tartikoff cited a shortage of good television writers.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 18, 2011
GRAMMYS REWIND: Katy Perry and pals celebrating at EMI's post-party at Milk Studios in Hollywood alongside Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Natasha Bedingfield and "Glee" guy Matthew Morrison ... Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Kate Hudson, Neil Patrick Harris, Malin Akerman and Dianna Agron at Bing and Grey Goose's SoHo House celebration ... Lady Gaga and boyfriend Luc Carl at the Interscope Records party on the rooftop of Beverly Hills' L'Ermitage...
ENTERTAINMENT
October 5, 1986 | RUTH REICHL
L'Ermitage, 730 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles. (213) 652-5840. Dinner, Monday-Saturday. All major credit cards accepted. Valet parking. Dinner for two, food only, $75-$120. People who care about food tend to think of restaurants in L.A. as B.B. and A.B.--before and after Bertranou. The chef himself arrived here, and immediately wrote to France saying, "California is one of the most beautiful countries I have seen in my life, but when it comes to cooking, forget it."
FOOD
July 25, 1991 | LAURIE OCHOA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the late late '70s, back when Cher and Gregg were still an item, the tiny brick parking lot in front of L'Ermitage was where Rolls-Royces came to park. It's said that the restaurant's famous chef-owner, Jean Bertranou, would occasionally slip out of the kitchen and drive the few blocks to his chief competitor, Ma Maison.
NEWS
July 21, 1994 | LEILA COBO HANLON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The lobby of the Bel Age Hotel is bustling on a recent weekday night as punk rockers and stylish matrons mingle in the trendy West Hollywood hotel. Those in the mood for fine jazz tend to go to the hotel's restaurant and music room. But just a few steps away, in the Grand Ballroom, a very different cultural experience is taking place.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|