Attached to the behemoth (and always crowded) S. Beverly Grill, Hillstone smartly built-out Honor Bar as the casual, grab-and-go burger bar for the local lunch crowd that can’t give an hour of their time next door. And the concept works perfectly. Nothing off the sandwich menu is over $15 and that’s important. This is Hillstone. Nobody knows how to make a more crowd-pleasing sandwich better than these guys. Get the crispy chicken sandwich or you’re dead to us.
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Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ
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