The basics of classic American cuisine—steak, mac and cheese, pork chop—can be found at The Whisper Restaurant, a contemporary eatery and lounge inside The Grove. But classic doesn’t mean boring. Here, you’ll also find Florida gulf shrimp and butternut squash ravioli paired with expertly crafted cocktails, like a Miracle Mule or a Crosstown Traffic.
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The house-cured pastrami at The Oinkster redefines slow fast food says owner Andre Guerrero. Guy couldn’t agree more. The signature Oinkster pastrami sandwich was best described as “liqua smoka porka flavor,” and with homemade ketchup and perfect onion rings, the meal was totally on-point.
2005 Colorado Blvd, Eagle Rock, CA 90041
Phone: (323) 255-6465
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There’s nothing quite as delicious as a juicy meat patty covered in cheese and sandwiched between two fluffy hamburger buns. Yes, we’re talking about America’s quintessential comfort food favorite: the cheeseburger. Savor one of these seven gourmet takes on the classic in honor of National Cheeseburger Day tomorrow (September 18).
The Rockefeller’s Wagyu Rockefeller Burger
What makes this gastropub’s cheeseburger so good is its hearty, 100% Wagyu beef patty. Toppings like heirloom tomato relish, onion marmalade, frisse with watercress, truffle vin, taleggio cheese, and garlic aioli ensure it’s even more decadent. 422 Pier Ave., Hermosa Beach, 310-372-8467; 1209 Highland Ave., Manhattan Beach, 310-545-5810
Theoretically, it’s fall, which in LA you’re aware of because, um, there’s some wind? And everyone keeps saying it’s fall? Actually feel like the seasons are changing this fall by getting in on our “Fall Eating Challenge”, wherein we give you one LA must-eat for the next 14 weekends, and you eat all of them. Probably outside, ’cause you can.