True Romance: Actress Patricia Arquette Applies for Edibles Lounge License in West Hollywood

Patricia Arquette (right) in "True Romance" and the building on Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood she’d like to convert into an edibles lounge (left, image via WeHo Times).

Hollywood celebs love weed, and more and more are getting into the business, or at least trying.

Patricia Arquette is the next in line. The Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner for Boyhood in 2014 is part of a group that wants to convert the building at 8881 Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood into a cannabis edibles lounge.

The proposed Where Eagles Fly/Fanton Flower shop was formely the Flaming Saddles restaurant and before that the Larabee Sound Studio where “Purple Rain” was recorded by Prince and before that the First National Bank of Sherman a century ago.

Arquette, her son Enzo Rossi and Alexander Kardos' names are on the application that dates back to 2017.

The matter will be discussed at the Department of Public Works hearing via Zoom on June 1. 

Arquette comes from a family of actors that includes Rosanna, David and Alexis. At 53, she's the second oldest.

The actress has also appeared in True Romance (watch the trailer below), Beyond Rangoon, Fast Food Nation and Escape at Dannemora.


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Steve Bloom

Steve Bloom

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