Roosterfish will keep PUMP’s olive trees

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PUMP may be gone but its trees are here to stay.

Roosterfish, the new restaurant moving into the space formerly occupied by Lisa Vanderpump’s famous establishment, is keeping the distinctive olive trees in the outdoor patio area, owner Mario Vollera told TMZ.

The trees were apparently integral to the sale negotiations. 

PUMP closed this past summer. Roosterfish is set to open this year.

 

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Morty
Morty
3 months ago

Love those olive trees. I can’t imagine not keeping them. I am sure Lisa spent a fortune on those mature olive trees.

Kevin
Kevin
3 months ago

Great news!

myname
myname
3 months ago

this is good

Joshua88
Joshua88
3 months ago

As nature intended.

:dpb
:dpb
3 months ago

Great move on the side of Roosterfish and landlord.

Who Doesn’t Love A Tree
Who Doesn’t Love A Tree
3 months ago

Let’s make Healthy Trees a City priority.

Alan Strasburg
Alan Strasburg
3 months ago

To answer the question posed by your avatar name, ask John Erickson and Chelsea Byers who seem to favor concrete over trees. They are the founding members of Progressives Against Trees.

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
3 months ago

Eagerly awaiting Roosterfish opening. So glad they will be in West Hollywood now!

Stephen
Stephen
3 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

You do know this isn’t the original gay bar Roosterfish, right? Just the name. Straight people bought the historic Venice venue and turned it into a forgettable upscale straight bar for the wealthy local tech industry types. This will be more of that, not the real Roosterfish

JF1
JF1
3 months ago

Thankfully. The landlord is smart to want to keep them and any business that would want to take them out needs to get their head examined. Those trees add unparalleled ambience that you can’t find easily within the city.

Richard Karliss
Richard Karliss
3 months ago

Excellent, the more trees the better.

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