Palihouse review
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The Hall at Palihouse Holloway

Away from the trendy scene on La Cienega Boulevard and the noisy restaurants on Santa Monica Boulevard, the Hall at Palihouse Holloway in West Hollywood is a quiet oasis where diners can actually hold a conversation. Here, the garden courtyard. (Ann Johansson / For The Los Angles Times)
Chef Stephanie O’Mary prepares moules frites. (Ann Johansson / For The Los Angeles Times)
The bar and lounge at the Hall, where the wait staff is endearing. (Ann Johansson / For The Los Angeles Times)
Oysters on the half shell (West Coast or East Coast, you choose) come out nicely chilled and are $25 for a dozen. (Ann Johansson / For The Los Angeles Times)
Baby lamb chops with onion tapenade. (Ann Johansson / For The Los Angeles Times)
Kabocha squash agnolotti. (Ann Johansson / For The Los Angeles Times)
Croque-monsieur. (Ann Johansson / Los Angeles Times)
At the Hall, glasses are thick, narrow tumblers like you might find at a flea market in Paris. (Ann Johansson / For The Los Angeles Times)
1/8