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¦
By dlewine at Citysearch
Terrific food and caring service. Fairly priced and noise level is actually OK. Even the soundtrack works. Read More
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
Overpriced good food with a side of bad service
By theminty at Citysearch
- great drinks (loved my whiskey sour) - wonderful turkey meatloaf (not dense, generous slice) - plenty of street parking (valet available) - a lit... Read More
Fresh delicious food and great service
By maddylocks at Citysearch
This is normally a lunchtime spot for me, but I came here for dinner the other night and was really impressed. I tried the pickle plate, which end... Read More
Mediocre at Best
By PsAndQs at Citysearch
I had lunch here yesterday and was bored to death by it. I had a ham & cheese panini with a salad that was overwhelmed by radicchio. The panini w... Read More