The Low Down
What to Drink: The Valserrano Rioja is fruity and full-bodied, reasonable at $8 a glass; house elixirs--Virtual Buddha peach and Depth Charge berry are the most popular--taste like grown-up fruit punch.
When to Go: Weekend brunch--featuring gourmet twists on classics like duck confit omelets and French toast with caramelized apples and creme fraiche--is offered from 10am-3pm.
Know Before You Go: The popular turkey meat loaf is only served for lunch and Monday nights at dinner. Vegetarians will find plenty to eat here, too.
The Extras: In addition to the relatively small wine, cocktail and (mostly imported) beer list, non-alcoholic options like the organic coffee and mint tea--made with fresh hand-picked leaves--are served in a French press.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The no-fuss decor---just blond wood panels, elegantly lit at night---and the seasonal California cuisine draw a strong entertainment industry lunch crowd. Dishes have included the chopped vegetable salad with golden beets, sugar snap peas,â¦
Ammo is Yummo
By aliciabrandt at Menuism
After the great review they got in the LA Times today, we did not expect to get seated at 7pm as a walk in.... Read More
great service...of course I was drinking!
By Rosey G at Insider Pages
Went to Ammo last week for a birthday party in the bar. Great service...barkeep kept scanning to be sure all were satisfied...waitresses kept walki... Read More