Upscale dining restaurant Fellow should be ready to debut in Westwood by January 2018, if all goes well on the construction front. The place comes from Philip Camino and Terry Tolba, who are known for their work together at The Hudson and The Churchill. Camino is also a partner at Stout Burgers and Beers.
The management team includes some LA notables including chef Michael Bryant from The Churchill, The Larchmont, and Cliffs Edge; and partner Wil Figueroa, owner of Now Boarding who will design the bar program at Fellow.
Bryant is still working out the menu details, and Camino describes Fellow’s cuisine as “eclectic American.” Fellow opens in a sea of casual and fast food throughout Westwood Village, though some grown up options like STK, Fundamental, and Napa Valley Grille provide some date-night alternatives.
The space used to be the Glendon Bar & Kitchen, which had a six-year run that ended in 2016. The prior tenant was the longtime French restaurant The Moustache Cafe. Chef Bryant will try and recreate Moustache’s famous chocolate soufflé for Fellow’s menu.
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