Completely re-imagined by the L'Cordon Bleu grad behind Wolf Cuisine, D'Cache is a same-named-but-not-same-anything-elsed Toluca Lake gastrobistro housed in a 1920s-era villa and armed with an entirely overhauled, Latin-influenced menu. Seriously, you won't recognize anything on the menu, from braised pork belly w/ coconut, chamomile, and Pacific oyster (Westsiiiiiide!!), to this grilled Spanish chorizo w/ Russian caviar. Also new on the seafood front: sweet paella w/ Ecuadorian shrimp, calamari & mussels, plus these oysters topped with carrot emulsion and finger lime, or what Lemon suggested that time Orange accidentally knocked over a precious ancient Chinese vase. And because why not, they're doing flatbread pizzas w/ super-thin crusts, including this disc w/ prosciutto and Reggiano. Drinks? They've got those too, like this vodka-spiked Aperol Cooler and overt booze-carriers like the bourbon/ tequila/ elderflower syrup Kentucky Blossom -- you'll have Six!