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Croft Alley at The Standard

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The original Croft Alley on Melrose Place is one of the best daytime spots in West Hollywood, so it makes sense that The Standard Hollywood brought them in to take over the restaurant at the Sunset Strip hotel. The space looks the same as when this was Alma - like a very cool Scandinavian diner - but now the menu is filled with Croft Alley classics like the lettuce wraps, yoghurt with chlorophyll, and triple chocolate cookies we’ll go out of our way to eat. There are also bigger dishes like chicken pho, a cheeseburger, and prime rib. But breakfast might be the best time to check this place out - there aren’t many places on this part of Strip where you can get an excellent breakfast for under $20.

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