Unless you like Coffee Bean or shopping at Kitson or pretending you’re famous at The Ivy, there’s very little reason you need to be trouncing around Robertson Blvd. between Weho and Beverly Hills - until now. Located on the ground floor of the Robertson Plaza office building (a place where you might have gotten a cavity filled at some point), Bibo Ergo Sum might be the most bizarrely located bar in the city, but it also got everything right. The interior looks a set piece from The Great Gatsby, the cocktails are fantastic, and though the crowd is mostly industry people, the atmosphere is laid-back. Beverly Hills post-work drinks just got way more tolerable.
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