An oft-flipped Hollywood space is getting some new life, thanks to a pair of longtime bar vets. The new project is Paloma Hollywood, and it’s officially open to the public as of this week.
Billing itself as a ‘tequileria’, Paloma plans to work a menu of drinks that spans from the namesake paloma through specialty cocktails with activated charcoal, and a collection of craft wines and beer from local spots like Frogtown Brewery and Santa Monica Brew Works. There will also be food, including options like chicken tinga tacos and late night burritos. The opening menu is below.
Paloma Hollywood is the work of Adolfo Suaya, who has previously been behind projects like Osaka and The Phoenix. He’s joined forces with Darren Crane of Crane’s Bar in Downtown, and his son Keilan Suaya.
All combined, the trio forms a formidable bar presence with tons of experience, which should come in handy for hard-to-master Hollywood. This is the neighborhood where Tinhorn Flats couldn’t hang on, but Gwen’s upscale bar program continues to shine. Hours for Paloma Hollywood are 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily.
6327 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA