Five suave hosts at L.A.’s most exclusive establishments — from Chateau Marmont to Soho House — gather to dish about big egos, what your table says about you, what’s whispered behind your back and how it feels to turn away a “jerk.” This story first appeared in the Feb. 27 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Every night at around 2 a.m., right after work, Dimitri Dimitrov wearily slumps into a banquette at the Sunset Tower Hotel and starts working on the next night’s seating list. With the Tower Bar’s reservation book on his lap, he moves L.A.’s A-list around the room as deftly as a master chessman: Up in front, the Oscar-nominated actress scores a prime table next to the billionaire tech guy; the deposed network president and the ingenue-of-the-minute get a less exalted spot closer to the back. See more Hollywood’s 100 Favorite Films With his encyclopedic knowledge of Hollywood’s hierarchy and quirky old-world manners, the Macedonia-born Dimitrov has become the dean of Hollywood’s gatekeepers — a tiny fraternity that stands guard at the city’s most exclusive restaurants and hotels. Part diplomats, part bouncers, part cruise directors, they are the front-line arbiters of Hollywood society, rewarding favored clients… Read full this story
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