Where to Eat Now: Eveleigh Review
Eveleigh [Ever-Lee] is best known for impressive views, great cocktails, outdoor seating, and brunch. Countryside meets city at this secluded spot with an expansive view overlooking the city atop Sunset Boulevard. A lush country garden with fountain greets customers at the front of the restaurant. Walk through the secluded garden and inside to the chic bar and indoor seating. The back patio is where to brunch in Los Angeles. Sip on cocktails, enjoy the New American fare, and have some laughs with friends in the tree house setting, among branches, potted garden, and towering city structures.
“Eveleigh embraces the original identity of the historic structure it inhabits: an intimate and unpretentious residence built upon an orchard in 1923. Whether relaxing in the enchanting front garden, saddling up to the rustic reclaimed bar, or dining on our garden patio as Los Angeles twinkles in the background, you will feel at home. Eveleigh is country comfort: a genuine neighborhood restaurant and bar, where friends, community and family gather on The Sunset Strip. Menus are subject to change based on seasonal availability.”
Nick Hatsatouris, Nick Mathers, and Lincoln Pilcher, the Australian restauranteur trio, created Eveleigh in L.A. Additionally, Mathers and Pilcher developed Kingswood, Ruby’s Cafe, and Moby’s in New York. Pilcher is a former rugby player and model who teamed with Mathers to first open Ruby’s. From coffee and cupcakes, to burgers, and more, these restauranteurs have collaborated on some of the best hot spots in N.Y. and L.A. Eveleigh, named after a town in Sydney, Australia, embodies the modern rustic taste and the farm-to-table philosophy of Mathers and Pilcher.
There are numerous dining options in Los Angeles, California. Each of the neighborhoods, from Downtown to Hollywood, Santa Monica to Echo Park, and Beverly Hills has a multitude of restaurants for good eats. Here is where my expert knowledge of cooking, restaurants, and trusted expertise comes in handy. Many readers rely on Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven as a source for how-to and where-to regarding cookery, culture, and community. Reserve a table at Eveleigh and enjoy.
1. Eveleigh is located at 8752 West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90069 on The Sunset Strip. This location is within walking distance to shopping, hotels, apartments, bars, clubs, and much more. Easily accessible by taxi or car service. Street parking is available.
2. Peak times occur on weekends and during special events in the city. Arrive early to secure a table for dinner, late night dinner, or weekend brunch. Reservations recommended.
3. Reserve a table on the back patio. Once on the patio you will forget about the bustle on Sunset Boulevard and gaze at some amazing views during the daytime or stars at night. The back patio also has a large communal picnic table for up to 14 people.
4. Consider the following menu items.
Baked Eggs: tomato sausage, greens, Ossau-Iraty cheese (sheep’s milk cheese from Aquitaine, France), toast
“Bubble and Squeak”: corned brisket (beef that has been cured in a salt brine with spices), fingerling potato and greens hash, mustard seed, sunny egg
Eveleigh Burger: selection of dry aged cuts, cheddar, tomato-currant relish, pickle, onion, mustard aioli (Mediterranean sauce made of garlic and olive oil), fries
Eveleigh Lemonade: chamomile-infused tequila, Combier (elixir of aloe, nutmeg, myrrh, cardamom, cinnamon and saffron), Cocchi Americano (Italian aperitif infused with herbs, fruit, and spices), fresh lemon juice, honey
French Fries: truffled aioli
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