"Day Off" Restaurant?
I had a rare mid-week day off yesterday and I wanted to go somewhere by myself for breakfast or lunch that is typically hard to get into on the weekend. I couldnt think of anything in particular so I went to my standby which is John O'Groats for breakfast. Does anyone have any suggestions for good foodie spots in West LA that are casual enough to go to solo, have great food and hard to get into on the weekend? I feel like I wasted a great opportunity. Please help me out!
I second Comme Ca on Melrose. It's not hard to get in on a weekend (I've never had a wait, even without a reservation), but the breakfasts are spot on. I recommend either the Croque Madame or the Brioche French toast (I think it's pain perdu on the menu). Their Bloody Marys and Mimosas are also very good.
Mariscos Chente for lunch. Camarones a la Diabla or Pimienta. Delicious and unique.
4532 S Centinela Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90066
new Westside Tavern on Pico - really good food, great cocktails (enjoy a sazerac!)
paco's tacos on centinela is good mexican as is monte alban...
il moro bar is good/drinks great...
comme ca gets a vote. akasha in culver city is really good....
Love these suggestions. I went to Westside Tavern once for dinner and had thier burger which was fantastic. I need to get to Mariscos Chente as well, ive heard a lot about that place on these boards. Never been to Comme Ca but ive heard thier dinner is inconsistent but i will give thier breakfast a try especially if they have good french toast. Never had Pacos Tacos or il moro but its definately on my radar, had monte alban once but i dont think i ordered correctly.