Abbey

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  • Photograph: Courtsey The Abbey

    The Abbey

  • Photograph: Courtsey The Abbey

    The Abbey

  • Photograph: Courtsey The Abbey

    The Abbey

  • Photograph: Courtsey The Abbey

    The Abbey

  • Photograph: Courtsey The Abbey

    The Abbey

  • Photograph: Courtsey The Abbey

    The Abbey

Photograph: Courtsey The Abbey

The Abbey

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    Abbey 692 N Robertson Blvd
    West Hollywood
    Los Angeles

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Victor R

The Abbey stands as a marquee for the city in which she is located in. The  atmosphere  transitions slowly and gracefully like the seasons of  time which is the key to life itself.  I refer to this place in concordance with  the element of life because it is rare to invoke the combinations in which this landmark is known for. I have watched her clientele change from locals to internationals with a comfortable merge of diversity and sophistication.. 


This grand venue is and has been a favorite meeting/brunch/dinner/business venue for years (or at least since my first experience with her in the mid 80's). I reside in the hills of Whittier, CA. and was a club kid back in the day when you could on occasion catch the likes of  Madonna, Sandra Bernhardt, Jodi Foster,  Kristi Mc Nichols (by the way what ever happened to her?), Chris Vaughn, Cyndi as well as an aray of intellectuals and artists and A and B list performers (too many to mention) has always been a well maintained hub for the occasional smoke of a cigarette.

Terrance Miller

My partner Alex and I discovered the Abbey during our first trip to Los Angeles together in 2005. We were staying at the Chamberlain hotel on Westmont . We had just arrived and settled into our suite when we decided to ask the concierge where we could go et an iced coffee. within walking distance . She directed us to starbucks on santa monica. Needless to see we got lost and ended up at the Abbey. Not only did they have coffee and pastrie but we had an amazing brunch. After traveling by plane for six hours from Greenwich Connecticut we suddenly found ourselves enjoying a fabulous brunch , great music, and beautiful decor . We went from snow boots , to flip flops and bloody mary's . We have a very special place in our hearts for the Abbey and visit it almost daily When in L A. I hear they have a spectacular nightlife there as well .Terrance and Alex