Bob Lynn, owner of LGO Hospitality, has long said he would rather eat in a bar than drink in a restaurant. That notion is the inspiration for his newest concept called The Misfit, which opened in Santa Monica, Calif., two weeks ago. Housed in a classic art deco building that once included a bank vault, the space previously was a traditional French brasserie. Lynn has reworked the 120-seat dining room to be more “Euro-pub” than brasserie, with murals that line the back bar and ...
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