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Posted: Tue Sep 4 2012
The Rolling Stone Restaurant and Lounge (RS/LA) embodies a fusion of classic and modern, stylish and casual. The 10,500-sq. ft. space is distinguished by a "vintage chic" design, a facile interplay between 19th-century European bohemia and modern American bravura. RS/LA's dining room exudes lush comfort with its walnut-hued hardwood floors, 1950s-style leather chairs and tufted red-leather banquettes. Its playful blend of styles is ample: from the main bar to the wall design, integrating elegant sconces with candid rock photos. Two separate sections provide semi-private dining for large parties. The American heritage of Rolling Stone magazine, and its global reach, is celebrated with an upscale menu offering a "melting pot" of cultures, with an emphasis on mixed small plates, American preparations, and flavors infused from Asia and Europe. There is a dedicated lounge and an area for bottle service and a DJ booth, channeling tunes befitting the Rolling Stone brand.