Robertson Blvd. is a street where looks matter, even if the street is long past its Spot The Hilton In A Kitson heyday. While most of the storefronts are now empty, The Henry seems like it’s trying to bring things back to the glory days of 2006, and certainly has attracted every person with an entertainment-adjacent job in a one-mile radius. It's a beautiful dining room - but a boring place to eat. The menu is a hodgepodge of everything from salads to dumplings to pasta to poke, and all of it is forgettable. Come here if being seen is very important to you. Otherwise, skip it.
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