Where To Eat In Highland Park Los Angeles || November 2019
This is our list of restaurants you should check out this month. Can you try them all? Where To Eat In Highland Park Los Angeles
Finding a new spot to eat is hard. Too many options, too little time. That’s why we take care of all the research, so you don’t have to!
Here are our picks for spots you should try out this month:
Since opening back in 2014, Kitchen Mouse has become a staple of Highland Park. Specializing in vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free food, this quaint eatery is usually packed to the gills with eager eaters.
The menu is diverse, and appeals to non-vegan as much as it does to vegans. Flavors from all over the world can be found throughout the menu. There’s influences of Thai, Indian, and Mexican cuisine.
We think you should try an order of Mikey’s Chilaquiles, doused in a house-made enchilada sauce, and an order of their award-winning pancakes. If lunch is more your speed, you can’t go wrong with the Tikka mushroom tacos.
Don’t let the unassuming facade deceive you, Jane on York is a solid choice for all your breakfast and lunch needs.
Nestled nicely on a quiet portion of York Boulevard, Jane has a large selection of omelettes, sandwiches, bowls, and pasta to choose from.
Grab a table out on the front patio and order yourself Jane’s omelette, packed with bacon, sausage, onions, tomatoes, and mushrooms. Another crowd favorite of Jane is the Kimchi fried rice, served with a fried egg over the top (who doesn’t love that?!)
As one of the newer establishments in the neighborhood, Hinterhof – a German-style bar with an all vegan menu – has done a marvelous job at carving out a place among longer-running restaurants.
Aside from the excellent selection of beer to choose from, the food menu is filled with classic German fare including salads, pretzels, and meatless sausages. We think you should give bratling and wienerschnitzel a try to go along with a pretzel and a cold beer.
El Huarache Azteca
With new spots to eat opening so often, it’s refreshing to know there are still some relics remaining of the neighborhood’s past. One such relic, El Huarache Azteca, has been around for over a quarter century, and shows no signs of slowing down.
Eating here is like eating at a family member’s house. The space inside is small, with a few tables in the front and more down a corridor in the back. What this place lacks in size, however, they more than make up for with the food.
While everything here is top-notch, it’s hard to pass up ordering a huarache. Essentially an oval shaped flatbread, huaraches are loaded up with beans, meat, and cheese. If you have yet to try this place out, do yourself a favor and head there today.