This picture of Sona's empty interior is symbolic, as the restaurant will close its doors for good after dinner service this Saturday night. So if you want to check out David Myers' flagship restaurant, you have exactly three more nights to do it. Or at least this incarnation of Sona, as Myers has said that he's currently building the second incarnation of the restaurant in an undisclosed location. Today's story in the Los Angeles Times, which considers the rise and fall of Myers' empire, marks a fitting end to this chapter.

Sona: 401 N. La Cienega Boulevard, West Hollywood; (310) 659-7708.

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