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The Church Key Now Serves Lunch in Los Angeles’ West Hollywood

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There are brand-new menu items and drinks included in mid-day menu

You can enjoy the grilled skirt steak rice bowl during The Church Key’s lunch service.

The Church Key, located in West Hollywood, has debuted their lunch service. In addition to their unique whimsical dinner dishes, a whole new mid-day menu is now available.

Stand out offerings are the ahi tuna tartare with pomegranate seeds and Greek yogurt; a brussels sprout Caesar salad; avocado croissant toast with pickled egg, Anaheim chiles, and smoked salmon; ricotta gnudi dumplings; a hoagie sandwich with speck, pork terrine, and salami; a grilled skirt steak rice bowl; and an Angus Dagwood burger with farmhouse Cheddar.

Side dishes include gratin French fries, truffled potato puree, chips and guacamole, fried Brussels sprouts, and charred broccoli.

The Church Key’s desserts shouldn’t be missed, like their signature brioche donuts with a brown butter glaze and cinnamon caramel.

For an extra flair of fun, waitresses and waiters also stop by tables with an iced tea and lemonade cart serving beverages with house-made elixirs and old fashioned sodas.


Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

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Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

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Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

Jenn Harris is a columnist for the Food section and host of “The Bucket List” fried chicken show. She has a BA in literary journalism from UC Irvine and an MA in journalism from USC. Follow her @Jenn_Harris_.

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A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

Jenn Harris is a columnist for the Food section and host of “The Bucket List” fried chicken show. She has a BA in literary journalism from UC Irvine and an MA in journalism from USC. Follow her @Jenn_Harris_.

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A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

Jenn Harris is a columnist for the Food section and host of “The Bucket List” fried chicken show. She has a BA in literary journalism from UC Irvine and an MA in journalism from USC. Follow her @Jenn_Harris_.

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A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

Jenn Harris is a columnist for the Food section and host of “The Bucket List” fried chicken show. She has a BA in literary journalism from UC Irvine and an MA in journalism from USC. Follow her @Jenn_Harris_.

More From the Los Angeles Times

A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.

Jenn Harris is a columnist for the Food section and host of “The Bucket List” fried chicken show. She has a BA in literary journalism from UC Irvine and an MA in journalism from USC. Follow her @Jenn_Harris_.

More From the Los Angeles Times

A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

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Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

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Jenn Harris is a columnist for the Food section and host of “The Bucket List” fried chicken show. She has a BA in literary journalism from UC Irvine and an MA in journalism from USC. Follow her @Jenn_Harris_.

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Bet you didn’t know these 5 new restaurants are open for lunch

Frisceu vegetable sage fritters and a salad are offered at Officine Brera, now open for lunch in the downtown L.A. Arts District.

The idea of a dinner-only restaurant is quickly fading, as more new restaurants are either opening with lunch, or adding lunch service after only a few weeks.

Below are five new restaurants serving lunch. Because your midday meal shouldn’t be limited to six-inch sandwiches at Subway. And if you want to order a $150 tomahawk steak with foie gras butter before your 2 p.m. meeting, you now have that option.

Officine Brera in the downtown Arts District is now open for lunch.

The new Northern Italian restaurant by the team behind Factory Kitchen — and located around an alley from that restaurant — has just launched lunch. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., you can order pasta, risotto and some of the grilled and braised meats the restaurant is known for, including a prime beef rib with smoked potatoes and a wood-oven-roasted turkey osso buco. 1331 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, (213) 553-8006, www.officinebrera.com.

Uni with a custard egg, rice and seafood is served at Hanjip in Culver City.

This is where you can order that tomahawk steak with foie gras butter, an uni steamed egg and any number of cuts of meat, some of which are cooked at the table on gold-plated grills. This Culver City Korean BBQ restaurant is also serving $15 lunch combos, available from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Among those combos: poke bowls, katsu and stone pots of rice with bulgogi. 3829 Main St., Culver City, (323) 720-8804, www.hanjip.com.

Try a pasta dish from Spartina, now open for lunch.

Stephen Kalt’s Melrose Avenue restaurant is now open for lunch Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the handmade pastas and pizzas that are available for dinner, along with some new sandwiches, including the eggplant alla Parmigiana on ciabatta and a porchetta with Grottone cheese and salsa verde. There’s also a Northern Italian hamburger made with Gorgonzola dolce and caramelized onions. 7505 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 782-1023, www.spartina.la.

Leona in Venice is now open for lunch.

Nyesha Arrington’s Venice Beach restaurant is now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arrington created a completely new menu for the lunch service. Highlights include bulgogi chicken wings made with wildflower honey and chile sauce, sand dab sandwiches and a French onion soup-inspired burger. 123 Washington Blvd., Venice, (310) 822-5379, www.leonavenice.com.

Salade Riviera, with tuna confit fennel, tomatoes, anchovies, olives, egg and lettuces, is served on a glass fish plate at Spring.

At their new French restaurant, chef Tony Esnault and partner Yassmin Sarmadi (Church & State) are now serving lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So if you’re downtown, stuck in meetings or on jury duty, you can escape to an atrium oasis (skylight, trees) in the middle of the Douglas Building and have a glass of rosé with a salade nicoise, moules Provencal and a cheese plate for dessert. 257 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-372-5189, springlosangeles.com.

Lunchtime cocktails sound like a great idea. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @Jenn_Harris_

Get our weekly Tasting Notes newsletter for reviews, news and more.

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Jenn Harris is a columnist for the Food section and host of “The Bucket List” fried chicken show. She has a BA in literary journalism from UC Irvine and an MA in journalism from USC. Follow her @Jenn_Harris_.

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A family-run tortilla factory in Boyle Heights is in danger of closing amid an eminent domain dispute with the city over relocation fees for its tortilla machines.

Residents are being warned not to eat mussels and other potentially toxic shellfish collected by sports harvesters from coastal waters.

In ‘Ripe Figs’ author Yasmin Khan offers grilling recipes from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.


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