If you’re the kind of person who wakes up on a Wednesday morning with nothing to do until pilates at 4pm, you’ve definitely been to Mauro’s. The restaurant behind Fred Segal on Melrose is one of the biggest daytime scenes in Weho and the kind of place where you’ll witness straight men in control-top leggings and at least 14 separate sightings of Amy Adams - none of whom are actually Amy Adams. The food is fine, they serve complimentary bread nobody eats, and that parking lot view out back is the perfect compliment to the catatonic vibe inside.
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Le Petit Four
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