Los Angeles, CA 90064
LA Weekly's Description
There are indulgent comfort plates, like the Reuben's Gluttony with bone marrow and "Yorkie" pudding, or the Flash-Grilled Steak Tartare topped with a smoked egg yolk. And while excellent options, most of these meaty dishes aren't the most interesting ones on the menu, even for the particularly carnivorous. No, the interest lies principally in the vegetable plates, which channels the ethos of seasonability into bar food fare.
Tips from foursquare
This place was fun... Walked in and felt like I was waiting for a train in a NY subway station - floor to ceiling tile and old school hip hop blaring. Great cocktails & menu.... I'll be back!
The Buffalo deviled eggs w/ crispy chicken skin are devilishly delicious. The specialty rye/ sarsaparilla/ candied ginger/ lemon garnish "Stumbling Cowboy" will make you want to Rodeo.
If you look through the menu for a burger, you won’t find one. It’s unusual for a gastropub with aspirations, but chef Parker more than makes up for it w/ a slew of dishes that are ideal for sharing.
Get the Mayberry Smash and brussels
+1 on the brussel sprouts. And the beet salad!
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