Soulmate is a new Spanish/Mediterranean restaurant on Robertson Blvd., right in the heart of all the West Hollywood action. This place is a scene, but with an airy, sun-lit patio and strong drinks, it’s the perfect summer hangout spot when you and your friends are feeling hot and want other people to know it. The menu is full of delicious, shareable tapas-style plates like chicken croquettes, tomate toast, and paella bites, but whatever you do, save room for the basque cheesecake at the end. It’s light, fluffy, and the perfect way to wrap up a meal before heading out on the town.
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