Lucky Devils | Hollywood | American, Bars and Clubs | Restaurant
The dream restaurant of handsome, chiseled actor-model Lucky Vanous, Lucky Devils is at the core of new Hollywood, on the same block as the Geisha House and Mood, with Rokbar just a block away. It is a sleek place, more diner than palace of fine dining, but highly designed all the same, festooned with raw wood and flat-screen televisions, dominated by a bank of beer taps that bristle like the radio mikes at an Oscar-night press conference. Vanous, no longer content to possess the most splendid midsection in Hollywood, seems engaged in a campaign to destroy everybody else’s in a whirlwind of half-pound Kobe-beef hamburgers, grilled-cheese sandwiches on sourdough bread, Scharffen Berger chocolate cupcakes and delicious toasted-pecan French-vanilla shakes. See full review.

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Price: $
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover

Parking: Street

Reservations: Accepted, Not Necessary

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