Review: Horses is a new modern L.A. institution

An ace team of chefs reinvents Hollywood's storied Ye Coach & Horses space.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 6, 2022
As blocks along Sunset Boulevard go, the stretch between North Stanley Avenue and North Curson Avenue at the western end of Hollywood falls palpably silent after dark. The gates to a FedEx Office store and a luxury car-rental service have been...
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