Sunday December 5, 2010 by Ryan Fernandez
Grub is situated on the cozy corner of Seward Street and Barton Ave, in a residential section of Hollywood that is just far enough from the hubbub to offer a peaceful dining experience yet close enough to attract an eclectic crowd.
Grub 911 Seward St Los Angeles, CA - (323) 461-3663
Breakfast and brunch is their specialty here, and the experience definitely has a homey feel. It begins with the restaurant's interior, sporting wood floors, tables and chairs, and big windows that let in a lot of natural light.
The breakfast offerings here are among the finest I've ever had in the Los Angeles area. For a hearty and flavorful start to the day, I recommend their signature Mix-Ups such as this, the Number 2, with corn, tomatoes, basil and pepperjack cheese.
Another must-try item on their menu is their Crack Bacon, which packs flavors one might be more used to finding in Indian food. I can only describe it as a sort of sweet, curry bacon. It's a very original and pleasing rendition.
Grub is owned by Betty Fraser (@ChefBettyFraser) from Top Chef Season 2. Both her food and her establishment are filled with good vibes, and her knack for breakfast is unmatched. Grub has also recently started serving dinner, and minus the sunlight I can only imagine that the evening dining experience here is just as welcoming.
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