He's revered as the greatest legend in film history. He's also a Knight.
But after decades (posthumously) serving up laughs, Charlie Chaplin's now serving up Sunset.
At 9 Olives, a new restaurant that’s housed inside one of the Tramp’s old addresses, you’ll find anything but stewed shoe on the menu.
Bring your date or entourage here, across from Chateau Marmont. From the moment you're greeted by the sleek, beguiling Russian model/hostess into this Soviet-Constructivist space, you'll see this is no silent scene.
Start with a West Hollywood (mint vodka with elderflower and orange liqueur) at the glossy and grandiose bar top. Stopping by to break the ice before hitting up the clubs? Fuel up with brie and bacon pizza or lamb burger from the salon menu.
If you're here for the long haul, stake out a table in the dining room for a classic wedge salad and a veal chop with white truffle risotto.
Downstairs also presents an alfresco option, containing a leafy cabana area and a couple of tableclothed two-tops.
Tie one on (by that, we absolutely refer to a bowler hat and toothbrush moustache) and check it out.
Price: 4 (out of 4)
Noise: 2 (out of 4)
Scene: Shoeshined men, cocktail-attired ladies
Best bets: Wedge; Veal Chop; West Hollywood cocktail
Hot seat: On one of the sofas in the front
Nearby: Chateau Marmont; Laugh Factory; Laemmle's Sunset 5