los angeles california
Though it’s housed in a 1946 building that once hosted patrons such as Mae West and The Rolling Stones, Ingo’s is far from your traditional diner. since 2015, the santa monica restaurant has featured a sleek streamline moderne interior with a full bar and locally sourced farm to table menu.
the luggage room pizzeria was once, in fact, an actual luggage room. in pasadena’s historic 1934 del mar train station, golden age movie stars left their bags here during their journey to and from hollywood. those stacks of suitcases have been replaced by a wood burning brick oven, where we’ve created some of california’s best pizza since 2010. our iconic fermented sourdough crust is hand stretched and burned olive wood for extra flavor and spirit.
The Misfit, at home in the historic 1929 clock tower building in downtown Santa monica, is a high energy farm to table restaurant and bar. the iconic space is only steps away from the beach and third street promenade. the misfit reprises a “back to the bar” ideal of casual destination dining.
La Grande Orange Café is proud to call pasadena’s historic 1934 del mar station home. what was once the stepping off point for the stars of hollywood’s golden age is now a testament to american cooking. we keep it simple here, so anyone can find a bite to enjoy — but it’s always thoughtful. we let quality ingredients do the heavy lifting, from the local farmers market to our lgo reserve beef, creating this regionally inspired take on american classics. if you’re craving a drink, look no further than the otis bar next door.