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There is no menu at L’Entrecôte. It offers only steak, but it’s the best on the planet. It’s served with a salad, fries and dessert. They do not take reservations, and it is the only place I will ever stand in line for. 20 rue Saint-Benôit, 33-1-4549-1600,

Film Biz Recycling

My husband and i find unique home items at Film Biz Recycling. It’s a great nonprofit that sells reclaimed movie props. You might end up with a desk Al Pacino sat at in his last film. 540 President St., basement level, Brooklyn, 347-384-2336,

Creatures of Comfort

If indie designers are your thing, head to Creatures of Comfort. The shop carries its own line, as well as Patrik Ervell, LD Tuttle and the best selection of Isabel Marant in L.A. 7971 Melrose Ave., 323-655-7855,

Des Kohan

If you like high-concept designers (and have cash to burn), head to Des Kohan. Formerly a warehouse, it’s filled with incredible pieces from Alaïa, Viktor & Rolf and the like. 671 Cloverdale Ave., 323-857-0200,

Axe Restaurant

My favorite restaurant in the world is Axe (pronounced “a-shay”), in Venice. It’s just fresh, clean, local food. Go for brunch and be sure to order the massive nine-grain pancake for the table to share. Everyone will thank you for it. 1009 Abbot Kinney Blvd., 310-664-9787,

Heath Ceramics

Anyone I know with taste gets plates from Heath Ceramics. They use them at Axe. 7525 Beverly Blvd., 323-965-0800,

Mona Moore

Like your edgiest friend’s closet, accessories and shoes boutique Mona Moore has a tightly edited collection of dark-but-pretty pieces. 1112 Abbot Kinney Blvd., 310-452-4070,

Lost & Found

A bohemian paradise, Lost & Found occupies an entire block. I like the Il Bisonte wallets, amazing wooden bowls and French tunics I wear as nightgowns. 6320 Yucca St., 323-856-5872,

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