Cocktails at Paley in Hollywood

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Please join the ADSLA on Friday, June 28th from 6 to 9 p.m. for Cocktails in Historic Places™ at Paley in Hollywood. Paley is located within the historic Columbia Square Complex at 6115 Sunset Boulevard just west of Gower.
Named for legendary CBS chief William S. Paley, the restaurant is housed in a 1930s International Modern-style building designed by acclaimed Swiss-American architect William Lescaze that was once home to CBS Studios.
Paley serves a menu of New American favorites such as lobster mac and cheese or wagyu sliders, and offers happy hour drink specials ($5 beer; $7 cocktails) in the bar or outdoor patio till 7 p.m. Dinner service starts at 5:30 — for reservations, call (323)[masked], and be sure to mention you are with the Art Deco Society.
Cocktails in Historic Places™ is open to members and non-members alike, and no reservations are required, but an RSVP on our Facebook page helps us provide a head count to the venue and generates a reminder.
Come as you are or dress up in something Deco – either way, we look forward to seeing you Friday, June 28th for no-host cocktails at Paley!
Valet service is available during business hours off El Centro and/or Gower Streets (but be aware the restaurant closes at 9 p.m.)
Other nearby lots include Modern Parking, located at 6255 Sunset Blvd., #920 and Proper Parking at 1546 Argyle

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