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Like many restaurants in the 1950s that offered mainstream “American” food (think: steak & potatoes) as well as various cuisines from around the globe (because: troops were introduced to those cuisines while living abroad during World War II), BLVD offers a globally inspired menu of modern American shareable plates: reimagining classic dishes, drawing from different cultures, and, at the same time, honoring the ways in which the dining scene has evolved. The space combines the glamour, luxury, and decadence that defined Hollywood in the 1950s with contemporary cuisine, cocktails, and music that bring guests back to the here and now, creating an exciting dichotomy between restaurants and personas of the past and present. Tell us about your venue.