There's nothing more magical than taking a seat in a restaurant that evokes movie star glamour. Luckily, you don't need an award-winning speech to feel that way — you only need to reserve a table at Paley, a fine dining enclave in Los Angeles. Set in a 1930s landmark building that was once used by CBS Studios at the height of Hollywood's Golden Age, Paley plays off its historic surroundings with striking midcentury features and eye-catching symmetry. But the design firm Bishop Pass didn't want to solely depend on the throwback gray tones and glossy wood panelling to make the space feel upscale. The team worked with hospitality group Plan Do See to balance the dining room's classic features with modern touches, which include an abundance of fig trees and concrete columns, so that today's cultural power players can feel at home. In the end, a blend of old and new is set aglitter with an abundance of windows, making sure that perennial L.A. sunshine always steals the show.