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Delicious Spree LA to Z: Gozar

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LAist is going on a delicious spree from A to Z. This weekend, we finish up G as we attempt to sober up at Gozar after a few too many at The Abbey a few doors down.

When first we heard of the restaurant Gozar, we thought it was “go, zar.” It never occurred to us that this mostly Spanish tapas restaurant, but with heavy Puerto Rican and Cuban influences, was the Spanish verbo en inglés “to enjoy.” And we studied how many semesters of Spanish?

Gozar is located on the corner of Robertson and Santa Monica Boulevard right on the border between plush Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. The place is built for you to live out its name. Enjoy the fireplace on the back patio, enjoy the backdrop of the Pacific Design Center, enjoy the food and drink, and most importantly, if you’re on the second floor overlooking the bars next door or on the patio out front, enjoy...the eye-candy. Really, passers-by, customers, and staff, all a feast for the eyes.