There’s a new LA Hotspot and it’s easy on the palette and most importantly easy to get to. Naturally with a name like Easy’s this modern diner concept will be on every foodies to do list. Why, because it blends youthful craving with an eclectic yearning to indulge in a heightened diner concept with sweeping views of Los Angeles.
Located inside the newly remodeled Beverly Center, Jeremy Fall has brought Los Angeles a new place to drink spiked milkshakes and take a double take to the anything but ordinary beet hummus dish adorning the menu. Easy’s will be the new go to spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner, located on the sixth floor of the main Beverly Center entrance. It’s easy to get to because it’s Los Angeles centralized, and parking is a breeze.
They’ve really brought a childlike feel to an adult menu whether you’re searching for cocktails or delectable bites. Kool Aid & rum cocktail, who knew that would be a new thing. There’s a little nostalgia and a good time to explore and eat like a sophisticated child that’s not counting calories today. Dive into spoonful’s of pure cookie dough, which is honestly nothing like I’ve ever seen served in any diner or restaurant before. You’ll probably need to ask for two spoons, because this dish is definitely made for sharing. What’s great about Easy’s is that there seems to be something for everyone; whether your tastes are more sophisticated and you prefer the duck parmesan or want to regress to calories don’t count but fried chicken does, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a taste of your own.
It’s comforting to know that comfort food is still widely popularized with a splendid twist. The grand opening celebration held on October 24th gave guests the opportunity to try various dishes, drinks and socialize with an Easy’s burger, milkshake or the exquisite pasta dish. Obviously I was very into the pasta dish; I’m still looking forward to going back and trying their breakfast French toast and largely delicious chocolate chip cookie. Cheers to good food, and weekend brunching.