( ENSPIRE Features ) Ardor At The West Hollywood EDITION Hosts an Ideal Meal for Two Important Guests
ENSPIRE Contributor: Gabrielle Maya
On August 23, at 10 am, Eva Mendes and Skura Style Host were dining at Ardor, West Hollywood EDITION for a low-key brunch. Guests that were invited to this intimate meal were Tv personality and model, Rocsi Diaz; actress, Angelique Cabral, and content creator Meeka Hossain.
The group, including close friends of Mendes and the brand, gathered on the restaurant’s lush terrace to enjoy brunch including: Green Beauty juice, avocado toast, a seasonal market fruit plate as well as a gooseberry phyllo pizza.
Eva Mendes shares a passion for cleaning and is co-owner and brand ambassador for the Skura Style brand. Linda Sawyer and Alison Matz are the co-founders of Skura Style, which was founded in 2018. They introduced consumers to their “smart” skrubby sponge which is antimicrobial.
Skura Style is a lifestyle brand that focuses on the products in the kitchen. Their line of kit hen cleaning tools are innovative and introduce superior cleaning performance with a beautiful design. Its products have earned numerous accolades such as the Good Housekeeping’s Best Cleaning Products Awards and Better Homes & Gardens Clean House Awards.
Their brunch experience was provided by the Ardor. Ardor is redefining plant-based ingredients in American Cuisine. A menu with California inspiration at the very source. Wordly techniques are being used, reflecting renowned chef and owner, John Fraser’s heritage and culinary French background. All cuisine served in this refined establishment is prepared by an all-female team of line cooks.
Ardor is located within the West Hollywood EDITION. On the corner of West Sunset Boulevard and North Doheny Drive. Architecture created by John Pawson and interior design by Ian Schrager, the hotel features 6,500 square feet. An event space as well as 20 luxury residences, managed by John Fraser.
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