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Cleo Third Street takes over The Churchill’s Location to Bring You Delicious Mediterranean Dishes

If you have lived in LA for the past six years, then you probably know that a night at The Churchill guaranteed you a solid drinks and a good time. There is a new restaurant that took over the location, and will guarantee good times and even better food. LA Guestlist joined Michael B Jordan, Larry King, AnnaLynne McCord, Randy Jackson, Katrina Bowden, Dorit & Paul Kemsley, Lyndon Smith and more for a VIP dinner series celebrating the opening of Cleo Third Street hosted by ​sbe Founder and CEO Sam Nazarian, Disruptive Restaurant Group CEO Daniel Del Olmo, and Executive Chef Danny Elmaleh. Chloe Bridges looked stunning in her Whyte Studio outfit. Guests enjoyed drinks provided by Whispering Angel, Duvel and Giuliana Prosecco while being the firsts to dine at the new location.

The new 3rd street location is perfectly situated in the center of West Hollywood’s shopping and dining scene within the space that was formerly The Churchill at The Orlando Hotel. The restaurant is now serving local Angelinos all day for food, or a fresh pressed juice from the takeaway window, and they are even offering room service to the guests of the hotel. Cleo Third Street feels comfortable in it’s familiar, warm, social setting, and exciting all at the same time!

Cleo Third Street is now open with a new menu that reflects Chef Danny Elmaleh’s Israeli-Japanese heritage and celebrates ingredients and cultures of the eastern and southern Mediterranean. We couldn’t get enough of the small salad plates, and the freshly baked laffa bread is seriously addictive. Use the bread to dip into all the babaganoush and crispy artichoke hummus dips, and kebabs, oh the kebabs, and the works…Everything is light, fresh, family style, and pairs excellently with their specialty cocktails and some fun company of course. OPA! *breaks a plate*

Photo By: Kyle Espeleta & Rodin Eckenroth

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