The Church Key

New American
$ $ $
8730 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(424) 249-3700
Tuesday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Wednesday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Thursday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Friday
5:00pm - 1:00am
Saturday
10:00am - 1:00am

Menu

Tips

  • "Pig's ear 'Cheetos,' guacamole fluff and lemondrop martini Kool Pops from a cart. The future is already here."
  • At The Church Key, you are handed a cheap metal church key and invited to open and pour the cocktails yourself you may have forgotten how good it feels to pierce a steel can.
  • everything is fun and awesome, get grilled asparagus with shaved truffle (served with over easy egg and hollandaise) and English Pea Hummus
  • Deep fried French toast and chilaquiles. Do it.
  • Amazing food. Uniquely killer drinks. And donuts. Incredibly rich amazing donuts. Potato perogies are special. Dig the Pan-Am girls mixing those vodka otter pops. Big fan.
  • Best drink: Shot in the dark. All food is good but most save room for dessert, especially date cake. Popcorn is free and really addictive.
  • Not good not bad
  • A great time. Save room for the circulating"dim sum" carts. Tuna tartare, off the main menu, was stellar. Great cocktails.
  • The Church Key brings a really cool vibeand amazing cocktailsto Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood. The booze is done tableside, with vintage PanAm drinks carts peddling Kool Pops or Appletinis.
  • Recommended dishes: Benton's country ham, Frog Hollow pear salad, pig's ear "Cheetos."
  • In addition to menu items, dishes pass by on carts, from which diners may select them dim sum style.
  • Donuts. Enough said.
  • Get dessert! And be sure to get the doughnuts!
  • The brioche donuts, pork belly and tai snapper
  • Food is very good & creative, but the overall experience (modern dim sum, fantastic bar & gorgeous space overall) makes it one of my favorites. MUST haves: truffle mac & cheese, the quail & the donuts
  • The new happening spot on Sunset in WeHo. Chef Fretz has created a down to earth, "really real" environment to enjoy the freshest of the fresh ingredients both in the food and drinks. Bravo
  • Pigs ear cheetoes! Amazing.
  • Liked the fried chicken, pork belly, roasted cauliflower, and pierogi, in that order. The melon salad is mediocre. But really, you've come here for the donuts, and they're pretty, pretty, pretty good.
  • Haven't had the food. Cocktails are blah...
  • The chicken pot pie can feed five people substantially

Nearby places

8752 W Sunset Blvd (at Sherbourne Dr)
8782 W Sunset Blvd
7984 Santa Monica Blvd (at Laurel Ave)