The much-hyped chicken and waffles joint from NYC is unfortunately a disappointment. None of the food particularly stands out, and when it comes to the fried chicken itself, it doesn’t hold a candle to the other great spots we already have in LA. Here’s the good news - the large space on Fairfax is great and far more of a bar than a restaurant anyways. Use it to grab a few midweek cocktails with friends or a nightcap after a great date at Jon & Vinny’s.
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The Hart and The Hunter
The Hart and the Hunter, the all-day restaurant at the PaliHotel on Melrose, serves some very good Southern food. Go for a hangover-curing brunch.
Tom Bergins on Fairfax is one of LA’s oldest bars, and with the addition of a whiskey club and a new food menu, now is the time to be drinking here.
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River Rock is an American spot inside a Studio City hotel that's been around since the 1800s. The food is mediocre, but you're here for the history.
Melody is in a converted bungalow in Virgil Village, and it’s one of the more versatile spots in the neighborhood.
Farmhouse is a huge farm-to-table place in the Beverly Center. Apart from a fantastic chicken liver toast, the food is fine, without being memorable.
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