Once upon a time, Dominick’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 Dominick’s in a nautical theme, and the once iconic restaurant was reduced to footnote status. Until recently, that is. In 2002, Dominick’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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