Finally making use of the best corner in Weho (Santa Monica and San Vicente), Rocco’s is the newest addition to Boystown and, at the very least, looks a whole lot better than the sad Bank of America it replaced. With a massive, wraparound patio and huge bar area inside, Rocco’s is certainly a bit corporate, but wins the award for providing the area with the restaurant/bar combination spot it needed. Is the food any good? Not really. But they have a decent beer list, plenty of appetizers you’ll be fine with when you’re drunk, and Wheel of Fortune playing during the week. Also, they have a full dog menu if your canine son is tagging along today.
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