Luna Park revamps its bohemian image from the inside out

Luna Park revamps its bohemian image from the inside out

Back in early 2007, business was good, but not good enough for intrepid restaurateur A.J. Gilbert, owner of Los Angeles-based Luna Park, an upscale concept with a bohemian vibe. To increase sales and traffic, Gilbert decided to revamp the restaurant’s interior and exterior, add an outdoor cafe and hire a new chef to retool the menu.

“You have to have something new to say,” said Gilbert of why he embarked on the makeover. “[I wanted to] shine the place up after four years.”

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