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Boho to relocate to Hollywood & Highland

March 21, 2011 |  6:06 pm

Boho You may have noticed that Boho, Adolfo Suaya's ArcLight-adjacent gastropub, has been closed for about a month. That's right -- you can no longer conveniently gorge yourself on pizza, burgers and beer before taking in a movie.

That will change next month when Boho reopens, like a sequel, in the Hollywood & Highland complex -- in close proximity to Mann's theater. Spacecraft's Kristofer Keith will once again take charge of the interior design.

Wesley Pumphrey, former sous chef at the Bazaar by José Andrés, will be executive chef. The menu will stay the same but Pumphrey will add his own additions, including veal sweetbreads, pork and beans (bourbon-glazed pork belly with homemade baked beans) and strawberry shortcake with balsamic macerated berries and vanilla cream.

Boho, 6801 Hollywood Blvd. No. 411, L.A. (323) 465-8500; www.bohorestaurant.com.

-- Jessica Gelt

Photo: Fried oyster "Po Boy" sliders with gougère, tartar sauce, applewood bacon and arugula. Credit: Liz O. Baylen / Los Angeles Times