Goldie's: Creative Cooking, Beautiful Setting 

Anne Fishbein
Mixing the Not An Irish Coffee cocktail at Goldie's.
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Goldie's is one of those restaurants where even an outsider, having never been to Los Angeles before, could be dropped out of the blue onto its patio and tell you exactly what city she was in. The giveaways are in the seating, much of which is outdoors and uncovered and therefore needing a climate with little rain; in the verdant living wall of plants that flanks one edge of that seating; in the jaunty, polka dot shirts of the waiters; and (a dead giveaway) in the other customers who are all talking about their scripts and roles and producers and wrap parties.

See also: Goldie's Review: Thomas Lim's New Mid-City Restaurant Delights
Published on July 23, 2013

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