Laurel Hardware, the former West Hollywood hardware store turned restaurant, is featured in Los Angeles Times this weekend.
Under the headline, "Counter Intelligence: Laurel Hardward Nearly Nails It," L.A. Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold points out the inventiveness that Laurel Hardware chef Mario Alberto brings to late night eats.
"Laurel Hardware is a useful place, with strong drinks, Jidori chicken and all sorts of vegetables, plus a vibe that splits the difference between Santa Monica Boulevard and the Sunset Strip," Gold writes. "If you stay up late and enjoy cocktails with dinner, it can be a good place to know."
Read the entire critique here.