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And what eye candy it is, especially in this city where it’s easy to eat healthy, stay fit, and constantly soak up sunny vitamin D while never really needing to work on a tan — it happens automatically.
Probably on Santa Monica Boulevard, We Ho’s central artery (and Pride parade route, every early June) where you’ll consistently find a bevy of lovely ladies shopping, eating, strolling, and generally decorating the strip.So while you’re inspired, duck into the Pleasure Chest (7733 Santa Monica Blvd., pleasurechest.com), the first “boutique” style erotic shop — and of course the go-to for queer fore-foreplay — that opened in We Ho in 1975.While you’re on that east end of modest, 1.9-square-mile We Ho, kick back on the patio of lesbian-owned Marix (118 Entrada Dr., marixtexmex.com) for some delicious Tex-Mex and icy margaritas.Or if you’re in the mood for variety, head around the corner to the same owners’ other restaurant, Basix (8333 Santa Monica Blvd., basixcafe.com), where friendly staff dish out American and Italian-inspired brunch, lunch and dinner.Kick up your heels with some quality drag queens one block over at Hamburger Mary’s (8288 Santa Monica Blvd., hamburgermarys.com/weho)—still a great time, and the flirty gay boys are sure to welcome their visiting lezzie sisters and maybe even buy you a card for weekly Wednesday “Legendary Bingo” night.If you prefer somewhat stylized Mexican, tempt your tongue with novel takes on south-of-the-border dishes like lobster enchiladas with tomatillo-truffle sauce (yes, it is as mind-blowing as it sounds) at gay-owned Tortilla Republic (616 N Robertson Blvd., tortillarepublic.com). R.’s co-owner also serves up Taste on Melrose (8454 Melrose Ave., ilovetaste.com), a versatile bistro with open-air seating, fabulous cocktails and exceptional food for a weekend brunch or romantic dinner.
One of the local hotspots of the moment does offer reservation, but that doesn’t keep lines from forming nightly for its innovative local, seasonal fare: Laurel Hardware (7984 Santa Monica Blvd., laurelhardware.com). You can’t throw a rock in We Ho without hitting a sushi restaurant, but there’s a reason why characters frequented Ari-Ya (8730 Santa Monica Blvd.): fresh, sizable slices of premium sushi and sashimi.
Occupying a former hardware store, expect to dine at a communal table, and try to resist the temptation to sneak bites of your neighbors’ dishes. Don’t let the joint’s modest décor fool — you’ll be hard-pressed to find such inventive rolls and combos at even the fanciest sushi bar.
With California embracing marriage equality again, it's high-time to visit West Hollywood, one of the state's great LGBT meccas.
Here's what lady visitors to the compact queer center need to know now.
Whether by sun or searchlights, everything seems brighter in West Hollywood.
Though they do their best to play it cool behind their designer sunglasses, the lesbians in this legendary Los Angeles gayborhood spend just as much time scoping the eye candy as an average Jo visiting from near or far.