Chef Carolynn Spence of the Chateau Marmont

Written by Jill Magee-Fosdick on

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The Chateau Marmont

The Chateau Marmont is a hip and historic Los Angeles landmark. It is, simply, a gothic castle that evokes old-Hollywood and attracts an array of patrons including a large number of celebrities.

“Chateau is the perfect co-conspirator; as Harry Cohn, founder of Columbia Pictures said in 1939, “If you must get in trouble, do it at the Chateau Marmont.” You can be yourself or, better yet, be whomever you want to be; don’t be surprised if your visit brings out your inner Howard Hughes, your Greta Garbo, your Jim Morrison. As public or private as you wish – there are those in residence who are desperate to be seen and others who choose to remain anonymous. The eccentric and highly personal history of the place, its luscious rich past, its tarnished patina are all part of the charm.” – A.M. Homes

Celebrated Executive Chef, Carolynn Spence, heads the Chateau Marmont’s famed restaurant evoking a blend of classic and punk rock style, wearing her chef whites, Search & Rescue Denim Co. Chef’s Apron, and large collection of colourful tattoos.

Chef Carolynn Spence, Instagram @spence__73

The restaurant at the Marmont is known for both it’s ambiance and awesome selection of traditional American fare. Spence and her team serve a range of classics such as Buttermilk Fried Chicken and the Chateau Burger to more refined dishes including the Arancini of Black Truffle with Wild Mushrooms & Parmesan and the Bass & Shrimp with Avocado & Garlic Lime Beurre Blanc. There restaurant at the Marmont has something for everyone to enjoy, whether its the beautiful terrace or the fine food, however, it is likely a blend of both.

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The terrace at the Chateau Marmont Restaurant

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The terrace at the Chateau Marmont Restaurant

 

 

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