Tuesday, August 23, 2011
"In a city that doesn’t have the same kind of intense social life that New York has, there was always a restaurant life, Hollywood people would go to Morton’s or the Ivy or Spago, and it was a theatrical event, like Elaine’s in its heyday. Hollywood people are remarkably susceptible to fantasy. The same people that make fantasy want it and need it.”
read guy trebay's great piece on the sunset towers maitre d' in new york times.