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Hollywood's BoHo makes shabby chic

BoHo-pizza In today's Calendar section, we take a closer look at BoHo, which is located in the old Charcoal space across from Amoeba and next to the ArcLight. Owned by Adolfo Suaya and designed by Kristofer Keith of Spacecraft, the place was created using materials purchased on crazed thrift-store benders. There was also a lot of rifling through junk that had accumulated in various employees' garages. The downside of all this clutter? People steal it, says Keith.

To see a very cool photo gallery, and to read more about the food (including a tasty Korean barbecue pizza with sides of kimchi and chili paste, take that Kogi), click here.

BoHo, 6372 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 465-8500.

-- Jessica Gelt

Photo: Bianca-Verde pizza, by Liz O. Baylen / Los Angeles Times

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