Last week the folks over at Spacecraft, the architectural design firm based in Hollywood responsible for many of Tinseltown’s hippest bars and restaurants, threw a party at their offices because…well, just because. When you have a fully stocked bar in your office, why not throw a party?
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After being open for a couple of months, I’ve finally made it to BoHo, the Spacecraft-designed and Adolfo Suaya-owned restaurant that’s “a little bohemian, a little Hollywood.” Since it’s usually packed on weekend nights, I was a little surprised that it seemed kind of slow last night, but I guess you can’t expect too much on a Monday night. Anyway, on to the food.
The good: My table, which included e*starla, enjoyed all of the food we ordered. I had the potato pizza, which included fingerling potatoes, spinach, roasted garlic, mozzarella, ricotta and grated reggiano. We also had the Pile o’ Ribs, the meat of which was tender and fell off the bone easily. The fries were decent. And we had an order of the beef shortribs, which were braised in Rogue chocolate stout and guajillo chiles and came with spaetzle. That might have been my favorite dish, actually. We were impressed by the list of 25 microbrews, and I had a Raspberry Sunset cocktail made with framboise lambic beer, lemonade and muddled mint. It was good, even if there wasn’t much alcohol in it. That’s probably why it was only $4. The waitstaff was friendly, helpful and knowledgeable.