great prices, outstanding food, never good clam chowder, great service, wonderful time, bad customer relation
Great beers for $5.00. They have prix fixe dinners. Also different specials every night. Most popular is Burger night on Wednesday for $5.
Citysearch Editorial Review. Down toward the Dodger Stadium end of Echo Park is where you'll find this charming neighborhood spot offering artful American bistro fare at great prices. Nothing is over $16, portions are generous and the casual, oftentimes rock n’ roll local crowd is fun. A light, airy room with sage tones, conceptual art and a black and white checkerboard floor creates a pleasantly chic atmosphere. Chef/owner Joshua Siegel pays close attention to the details of every dish, and he changes up the menu each season for specialties like heirloom tomato galette, or wild arugula salad punctuated with fresh corn. Crispy, light and tender Szechuan fried calamari is kicked up with a spicy sesame soy glaze. Grilled hangar steak with chimichurri is long on flavor; pan-seared wild albacore comes beautifully pink inside, offset with a robust white wine rosemary sauce. Don’t miss the specialty house dessert, a smooth butterscotch pudding with a sharp and aromatic bite of real scotch.
A Wonderful Time!. Had a wonderful time, great service from everyone including the manager who helped us get a table for a large party last minute, and the chef who said goodbye and thanked us as we left. The food was the kind of simple, straight forward food that is almost impossible to find in Los Angeles. We will return!
Editorial Review. With nothing more than an address in common, Echo Park's short-lived Restaurant 15 has been transformed into a Bostonian sports/tapas bar.
BAD CUSTOMER RELATION!!! HATEFUL MANAGER!!!. After waiting an hour for food, I had to leave for an engagement. The waitress would not cancel the order when 45 minutes in I asked if it would be long and that I had to leave, then the manager was argumentative and rude, insisting repeatedly that if we were "in a hurry" we should have said so. Waiting an hour is being in a hurry? Arguing ad nauseam with a paying customer? I didn't realize "eclectic" meant crappy. I work too hard for my money to be treated so poorly.
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