It seems like every other week a new, impressive hotel opens up on the Sunset Strip. The latest is The Pendry. The massive complex is actually a mix of hotel rooms, private residences, and several different restaurants, but if you’ve got a client lunch where you need to impress, head to Merois. The upscale Wolfgang Puck rooftop restaurant isn’t reinventing the wheel, but its seafood-heavy menu is filled with dishes like raw Peruvian scallops, charred octopus, and other things that taste great as you stare out over the city.
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