We're continuing our exploration of Los Angeles today and my next recommendation is a fabulous place to eat: Cleo at The Redbury. Cleo is a dramatically decorated Middle Eastern restaurant at the corner of Hollywood and Vine, where starstruck tourists can stroll along the Hollywood Walk of Fame before sitting down to dine. Dinner at Cleo is a treat for all the senses. Step inside and you'll be enchanted by the clientele (this is obviously where Los Angeles' beautiful people come to eat), the restaurant's boho chic style, imagined by photographer Matthew Rolston and the fragrance of the fresh Middle Eastern eats being expertly prepared in Executive Chef Danny Elmaleh's kitchen. On the menu, you'll find tapas-style dishes, which is perfect because you'll want to try everything. Everything on the menu looks delish but understandably, your eyes may slide on past the Brussels sprouts, in search of a dish that's not prominently featured in your childhood nightmares. But before you go, you must know this fact: The Brussels sprouts are like, the best thing on the menu. Yeah, I said it and after you've been and have converted, you can thank me. The food is amazing and the atmosphere is lively and loud. It's definitely a place to see and be seen so if you're looking for a memorable Hollywood night out, this is a safe bet! Have you ever been to Cleo?