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GofG L.A. Exclusive: The Ivy's New Website Welcomes You Into Spring

If we're a fan of one thing at GofG L.A., it's restaurants with open air patios. That's why we're super excited to announce that The Ivy, one spot definitely known for its relaxed outdoor vibe, is launching a brand spanking new website (courtesy of NCLUSIVE, inc.) TODAY, and you can check it out right here. It's full of vibrant photos of the colorful patio, bar and more, in all its bouquet-covered, Southern comfort d├ęcor glory.

Honestly, just looking at these photos is making us dream of being there, enjoying this amazing Los Angeles weather (especially now that spring has officially arrived!) with some sunnies on, cocktail in hand.

So, if you haven't somehow made it out to either the staple location on Robertson (where pretty much anyone who's, well anyone has been spotted), or its counterparts Ivy at The Shore, Dolce Isola Bakery and the family store Indigo Seas, then there's really no better time than the present.

As for that website? Well, it's basically meant to visually stun visitors with color before they even step foot into the restaurant, so your appetite will be whet for lunch on the patio, tasting some treats from the bakery, or feeling fabrics in the store. The new site is every bit as colorful as the famous space itself. You'll see photos of the respective interiors, dishes, cocktails, fresh flowers and more. But getting down to business, you can of course view menus, check out the hotspot's new Twitter page @IvyRestaurants and Facebook pages for the respective establishments. The site also offers the story of how it all began with the family of Richard, Lynn and India Irving. Oh! And it now books reservations online. Mimosa brunch, anyone?

Our favorite aspect of the site are the photos (it's all very 'ladies who lunch'), but overall, the new Ivy website reminds us of how beautiful this L.A. staple really is.

Psst! Don't forget to 'like' The Ivy Restaurants Facebook page, as well as Ivy at The Shore, Dolce Isola and Indigo Seas.