Les Deux Cafes - Closed

1638 N. Las Palmas Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028


  • Daily 10pm-2am
  • $$$
  • Fireplace, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Late Night
  • Full bar
  • Parking Lot Available, Street Parking
  • Reservations Accepted

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  • Les Deux Closes: For Good
    4 years ago by Elina Shatkin

    Like Bastide with its umpteen chef changes, Les Deux is something of a pop-up, except it keeps popping up in the same place. The once hot Hollywood spot's latest iteration (as a gastropub and mixology nexus) has officially closed, t...

  • Restaurant Roll Call for 2010
    4 years ago by Celia Soudry

    With the new year approaching, we reflect on all things 2010: upscale Mexican restaurant Red O opened with a tweet war; the short-lived Test Kitchen experiment opened with big name chefs; the nation's first kosher food truck, Takosh...

  • The Makeover is Complete: Les Deux Reopens Today As A Neighborhood Gastropub
    4 years ago by Christie Bishop

    In August, we bid adieu to celebrity hot (and then cold) spot, Les Deux . Well, if you haven't heard, Les Deux is back, having traded in its velvet rope, bouncer and botox- and collogen-infused interior for a more attractive (pun in...

  • Joel Black Out at Bar Toscana, Moves to Les Deux
    4 years ago by Elina Shatkin

    Only four days ago, Joel Black was excited about working at Bar Toscana, set to open in Brentwood on Dec. 10th. That partnership -- with William Perbellini and Francesco Lafranconi -- didn't work out. Instead, Black has thrown in hi...

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