Once upon a time, Dominickâ€™s was a Los Angeles landmark, famous for catering to Rat Pack celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. But then came the 1970s, complete with a lamentable makeover of Dominickâ€™s in a nautical theme, and the once iconic restaurant was reduced to footnote status. Until recently, that is. In 2002, Dominickâ€™s was purchased by Warner Ebbink and Brandon Boudet, who closed the doors for a renovation that restored the West Hollywood hangout to ...
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