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Bombo at E.P. & L.P.

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  • West Hollywood
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  1. Bombo assorted food
    Photograph: Courtesy Jennifer Johnson
  2. Elotes, croquetas, chicharrones at Bombo
    Photograph: Courtesy Jennifer Johnson
  3. Dining room at Bombo
    Photograph: Courtesy Jennifer Johnson

Time Out says

The second floor of E.P. & L.P. is now home to Bombo, a modern Mexican concept run by Samantha Quintero, previously of Night + Market Sahm and a recent winner on Food Network’s Chopped. Neutral tones and a checkered orange-and-white selfie mirror have given the once dark and sultry E.P. space a sleek, vaguely Tulum-like resort feel. Tasty starters like smoked guacamole and esquites draw upon recipes from Quintero’s Mexican American upbringing, though you’ll also find larger items like lamb al pastor and shareable taco plates. A new Bombo-specific cocktail list focuses on tequila and mezcal—though you’ll still find a handful of E.P. & L.P. signatures on the drink menu. Upstairs at L.P., the rooftop bar’s snack menu has also been transformed—you can now order tacos, guacamole and more as you take in breathtaking views of the hills.

Patricia Kelly Yeo
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Patricia Kelly Yeo


603 N La Cienega Blvd
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Wed–Sat 6–10pm
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Holly Jolly Pop-Up Bar

West Hollywood rooftop bar E.P. & L.P. is transforming its second-story restaurant into a holiday wonderland, complete with floor-to-ceiling tinsel, festive cocktails and holiday-themed bites. Book via Bucketlisters for single tickets ($23 per head) or group tables for two to four. Each ticket includes a 90-minute reservation and welcome drink. Highlights inckude the sugar-rimmed Milk and Cookies (Tito's, Disaronno, Baileys, vanilla syrup, oat milk) and the mezcal-based Feliz Navidad, which comes with a deconstructed s'more.

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