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Lexington Social House

Get ready to make yourself comfortable, kick back and stay a while at Hollywood’s newest restaurant/club, Lexington Social House.  The restaurant is owned by siblings Jeremy and Junella Chin and features four distinct atmospheres: The dining room, garden patio, bar/lounge and nightclub.  The interior is designed by Thomas Schoos. From stick figures dripping in black and red paint on white walls, to indoor brick walls framing Victorian Queen Anne chairs in the lounge.  Sleek, modern, raw, whimsical, edgy, romantic, posh and cozy.  Everything blends together surprisingly perfect.

The bar offers hand crafted drinks containing homemade ingredients such as ginger and orgeat syrup (sweetened almond syrup with a little orange flower water).  Home made Pop Rocks and garnish such as Spanish chorizo.
  
Want to read about Executive Chef’s Mette Williams exquisite Rustic Modern American food?  Read my post on My Night out with Columbia Crest and get ready to drool.

Their service is outstanding.  Staff is attentive and very knowledgeable.  Pricing varies $15-$50/per entree.

Parking is available at three adjacent lots.  You can also valet park for $10 or let the Metro Red Line (Hollywood/Vine) take you there.

Photos:  LexingtonSocialHouse.com

Garden Patio
Dining Room
Lounge/Bar
Night Club/Dance Floor

Lexington Social House
1718 Vine St
Hollywood, CA 90028 

323-461-1700 
 Website
Lexington Social House on Urbanspoon

Otra vez…en español!

Prepárate para relajar y quedarte un buen rato en el restaurante/club más nuevo de Hollywood, Lexington Social House. El restaurante es propiedad de los hermanos Jeremy y Junella Chin y cuenta con cuatro ambientes diferentes: el comedor, patio con jardín, bar o lounge y discoteca. El interior ha sido diseñado por Thomas Schoos. Desde figuras de palo con pintura negra y roja chorreando en las paredes blancas, con paredes de ladrillo enmarcando sillas Victorianas Queen Anne en el salón. Elegante y moderno, eclectico, romántico, elegante y acogedor. Todo se mezcla sorprendentemente perfecto.

El bar ofrece bebidas que contienen ingredientes caseros, tales como el jengibre y el jarabe de almendra con agua de azahar.  Hasta Dulces Pop Rocks y chorizo ​​español adornan las bebidas.

¿Quieres leer sobre Mette Williams la chef ejecutiva y su exquisito menu rústico y moderno? Lee mi post sobre Mi noche con Columbia Crest y prepárate a babear.

Su servicio es excelente. El personal es atento y muy bien informado. Los precios varían de $ 15 – $50/por entrada.

El estacionamiento está disponible en tres lotes adyacentes. También puede uno estacionarse por valet por $ 10 o dejar que la Línea Roja del Metro (Hollywood / Vine) te lleve allí.

  • socialitelaJune 16, 2011 - 3:52 pm

    After leaving Lexington Social House I'm convinced they call it "SOCIAL HOUSE" due to the fact ALL of their employees are socializing with each other instead of working. It's unfortunate we don't have a time machine to go back and decide on another place to eat! Things to know before entering Hollywood's latest SCAM:

    1. WORST SERVICE EVER. We rarely complain about service due to the nature of restaurants, but in this case we can genuinely say it has everything to do with their training and not their personalities. Things went wrong when she attempted to take my order from behind my head instead of facing me and asking what I'd like. Everything from how she handled dishware to taking orders was completely wrong.

    2. FOOD WAS HORRIBLE. We can often overlook service when the food is good. This just wasn't the case. The bread was soggy when it came out making it more of a bread pudding. The pork belly appetizer was literally so tough you couldn't even cut through it to eat. I literally just put it all on the fork and ate it off the main piece. The Chicken was undercooked with pink where there should be none at all! Needless to say we didn't eat all of the chicken.

    3. PORTIONS WERE SMALL. It was as if they were trying to feed a 5 year old and charge them 85 dollars per person for it. Again, when the food is amazing it doesn't matter. I've seen better chicken and pork out of banquet TV dinners.

    4. LACK OF LEADERSHIP. We spoke to the manager and told them how awful the service was. We were told it would be taken care of immediately. 45 minutes later things were unchanged and it was as if the management sincerely didn't care that their restaurant was upsetting everyone at the table.

    5. FINAL BILL. For one sugar cube sized piece of overcooked pork belly, two chicken thighs and a drum stick, and a small cookie sized portion of cheese cake our bill was $85 dollars. THIS WAS BEFORE any drinks. Two drinks at the bar later was another $40 dollars.

    Save yourself the trouble and go to an expensive restaurant that actually has quality food and service. Our suggestion is Ruth Chris, Mastro's, Cut, or any number of OTHER fine dining restaurants. THIS PLACE SUCKS and is a complete EPIC FAIL as a restaurant and club.

    PS this article doesn't even begin to detail the high end call girls on dates there. It was embarrassing to be in the space as them "working."ReplyCancel

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