Quick Peek: Boho Reopens in Hollywood & Highland [Photo Gallery]

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Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 10:00 AM

The new incarnation of BoHo in Hollywood & Highland is scheduled to open April 18th, but here's a quick peek at the gastropub. The decor, done by Spacecraft's Kris Keith, is still upscale-bohemian with mix-and-match lighting fixtures, plenty of antlers and clubby, brown leather and dark wood booths.

Despite a solid selection of craft beers and a burger, the Arclight-adjacent location of BoHo didn't seem to pack in the crowds. Perhaps Adolfo Suaya is hoping this new incarnation, located on the 4th floor of the shopping complex in the former uWink space, will be a bit more clubby and a bit less pubby.

Either way, exec chef Wesley Pumphrey is keeping most of the menu, while adding a few options like veal sweetbread with a gorgonzola bread pudding, an upmarket take on pork and Beansmade with bourbon-glazed pork belly and housemade baked beans and strawberry shortcake.

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