Salt’s Cure moved from Weho to Hollywood a few years back, but now they’re using their original space for a breakfast-only spot. The menu is a simplified version of their full breakfast menu at the main location, so expect those ridiculously delicious oatmeal griddlecakes, a few sides, and some coffee. This is an order-at-the-counter situation, but to get a $10 breakfast of this caliber in under a half hour in West Hollywood is a miracle.
Where we've featured it
Whether it’s a breakfast meeting, or just quiet time on a Wednesday, these are our favorite weekday breakfast spots.
More spots in West HollywoodSee more
Provami Pizzeria in West Hollywood won’t blow your mind, but it’s a dependable spot for Neapolitan pies.
Trunks is the tiny bar in West Hollywood that’s easy to get into, and perfect for regrouping with friends before heading on to the next spot.
While FOOD Lab manages to get its fair share of eye rolls from people when suggested as a lunch spot, by the counter you will find the following types of gummies – worms, bears, sours, letters, melons, and peaches. And to us, that makes the place entirely bear-able. That’s a gummy bear pun.
More American spotsSee more
Baran’s 2239 is a Hermosa Beach neighborhood spot that will make you feel like you’re at a potluck.
Little Pine is seemingly the most stereotypical LA restaurant in history. Except one thing - they aren't worried about it.
Suggested by our writers
In a city increasingly dominated by mega-restaurants from other cities, All Time is a Los Feliz cafe that feels like an LA original.
Salt's Cure recently made the bold move to Hollywood, and it's clear that they made the right choice.
Mel’s Diner is a kitschy 50s diner on the Sunset Strip with food that doesn’t even taste good when you’re drunk.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more