Good news for regulars. West Hollywood's venerable roadhouse announced the addition of several items to its 700-item mega menu—all packed with a flavorful punch.
“We still hold to the premise that roadhouse/sports bar food should include baby back pork ribs, great chili, potato skins and a slew of breakfast favorites served at all hours,” said Aldo Lanzillotta, who created the new menu items, in a statement. “But we like to keep it fresh, offering our diners great new flavors to get excited about.”
Additions to the bill of fare include a "tasty" new appetizer—sautéed mushrooms in a Marsala wine sauce over toasted French baguette, an individual-sized prosciutto and arugula white pizza, and a chili sampler. The winning recipe of the —a slow-cooked tri-tip black bean chili—also made the menu.
For 91 years, the original legendary diner has been known for its comfort food, 200-plus beer selection, and celebrity clientele. The West Hollywood venue is still going strong with regulars like Drew Carey, Adam Sandler, Johnny Depp and Quentin Tarantino.
The new menu will be offered at the four replica venues located throughout Southern California, including nearby Westwood, Santa Monica, Old Town Pasadena and Burbank.
, 8447 Santa Monica Blvd., 323-654-2287. Hours: Sunday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m, Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.