Ma Maison

Ma Maison was a restaurant opened by Patrick Terrail in October 1973 at 8368 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California. It closed in November 1985. It is credited with launching Wolfgang Puck's career and for starting the trend in cuisine known as "California nouvelle". According to the Los Angeles Times: "By using ingredients sourced from the local farmers markets that highlighted the glory of California's produce and pairing it with French technique, they created a new type of cuisine." Ma Maison was also known for being a hot spot for celebrities and Hollywood figures of the time. Celebrity chronicler Robin Leach noted "it truly became the favorite culinary playground for Hollywood's rich and famous".


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That'll Be the Day ... hosted a party at Hollywood's Ma Maison restaurant. ...