It's a been a long time coming for West Hollywood's Robertson Plaza, the 1960s-built center that, like the rest of the once-hot shopping stretch, has seen much busier days. After undergoing renovations for the past two years, the center officially unveiled its stylish makeover a few months back — and with it, a new dining destination.
The latest to join the chic property is Phoenix-based The Henry, which opened its second outpost at Robertson Plaza this March. Offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner alongside a full coffee bar and cocktails, wine, and beer, the restaurant has something for everyone (including kids, vegetarians, vegans, and gluten-free diners): There's smashed avocado toast topped with farmhouse cheddar, quinoa breakfast burritos, short rib & English pea ravioli for the weekend brunch set. For dinner, expect black truffle cheese fondue with pretzel bites as appetizers, green garden kale salad, portobello "asada" tacos, and and Korean prime skirt steak, to name just a few. For those who need to end their meal on a sweet note, dessert favorites include blueberry hand pie, peanut butter moelleux, and chocolate & banana ganache.
Located across from legendary resto The Ivy, the nearly 200,000-square-foot development soft opened last fall with the debut of hip roasters Blue Bottle Coffee and Art Deco-inspired craft cocktail bar Bibo Ergo Sum. The plaza's modern refresh also added secure bike racks for cyclists, making the dining and drinking haven a perfect post-work stop for LA bike commuters. (Oh, and the center's got full toolkits for riders in need of a quick tune-up or fix.)
Up next, beats-backed boxing studio Box Union is set to open its second LA fitness haven soon — perfect for gourmands looking to burn off that artisanal burger from lunch. Stay tuned for more, and scroll through the gallery above to see Robertson Plaza's fresh look.
116 to 120 North Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048