One of the strictest and most unique celebrity festivals in Los Angeles is secretly inviting people to the New Year’s Eve party, asking them to keep a low profile…but also to promote it widely.
The La Scala restaurant in question, where Bev Hills is located, is doing this kind of “easy talk” thing. They apparently have been delaying the invitation to the NYE dining event… and they look at it as a ban on alcohol blowout in the 1920s and look cute.
Their invitation was recently posted online and read: “We are considering booking a New Year’s Eve dinner. Internally. If you are interested, please let us know as soon as possible.”
The message continues to appear: “If there is enough interest, we will contact you as soon as possible to secure your reservation. Please be cautious, but please tell all your friends.” So… it’s not a secret at all.
The government officials of Besley Hills are receiving attention on Las Scala’s plan-they are issuing severe condemnation, but at this point, there are not many ways to threaten to shut down the matter.
The official representative of the city of Beverly Hills said: “We know this is a very difficult time for all of our businesses, but the county order currently prohibits indoor and outdoor dining, including in Beverly Hills.” Cool …But is it? ? ?
Time will tell whether La Scala can continue their shindig operation-you would imagine the police will step in and try to stop it-but at this point… it may fall into a gray area, like many of these blockades we saw this year Measures, including near Los Angeles
By the way, La Scala is one of these traditional restaurants in Hollywood…it has existed since ancient times, and some of the most famous faces in history have stopped for a while. People like Frank Sinatra, Schell, David Geffen, Chloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom, Barbara Walters and others have all been here…until recently.
It’s not clear if any celebrities plan to swing before December 31, but since this cat is not here, they’d better stay at home (as we should all do).