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Old Posted Apr 21, 2017, 9:46 PM
tovangar2 tovangar2 is offline
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I remember Hamptons well e_r. IIRC, they had a really good wine list.

It very much was an old house with a make-shift, translucent cover over the side-yard dining area. The whole place kind of looked like a tree-house built by kids:


Hamptons was between DeLongpre and Fountain:

seeing-stars (thx gary!)

Permit says the six-room frame home at 1342 Highland went up in 1919 for a cost of $3K. The owner was Geo. White. His offices were in the 1909 Toberman Building at 6412 Hollywood Blvd.

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