Los Angeles restaurant Laurel Hardware did not have too much trouble coming up with their name. The popular eatery and bar got its moniker from the famed hardware store that occupied the space for decades; and thankfully the new locale got to keep the vintage signage.
Inside Laurel Hardware, patrons can choose to dine and drink in the front area complete with sliding floor-to-ceiling windows or saunter back to the more spacious indoor/outdoor room filled with reclaimed wood tables. The well-crafted menu at restaurant focuses on American cuisine with global flair, and utilizes seasonal and local ingredients. For dinner, we highly recommend the delicious roast jidori chicken with cranberry beans or the pork pizza with prosciutto. Speciality cocktails worth sampling include The Vig, a Milagro Tequila Reposado rested for 10 days, or the Highlands composed of chai infused with 10-year-old Macallen.
For more information on this southern California hotspot, visit Laurel Hardware.