That’s Bert Rovere. This invaluable site about old LA says:
The Paris Inn was substantially remodeled in 1930 at a cost of $100,000. It was redone to resemble a street in Paris, complete with a replica of the Eiffel Tower. The building holding the Paris Inn resembled a French Norman Castle complete with a turret.
It was torn down in 1950 when the city decided to build a jail on the spot. As for the Lucca, you’ll find an old menu here. Such prices! A dollar for a bottle of wine? An entire dollar? You could get a meal at the Paris for a dollar that included a bottle of wine.
Lucca was obviously for the high-hat crowd.