The Church Key

Row 1

8730 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(424) 249-3700
New American, Cocktail
$ $ $
Tue–Thu: 5:00 PM–Midnight Fri: 5:00 PM–1:00 AM Sat: 10:00 AM–1:00 AM

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Foursquare 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.
  • Haven't had the food. Cocktails are blah...
  • The chicken pot pie can feed five people substantially
  • Good brunch food. Service was friendly though we were a larger party so was a bit disorganized, but they made it up to us. Overall good experience.