Located on Eagle Rock Blvd. in Glassell Park, Habitat is filled mostly with locals chatting with their neighbors or people writing pilot scripts all day on their laptops. But no matter what you’re here to do, you should definitely be taking advantage of the food menu. There’s an assortment of not-sad daily sandwiches and salads (get the cinnamon beet one), plus a full breakfast menu that goes until noon on weekdays.
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