A restaurant at the Hoxton hotel in Downtown LA, Sibling Rival’s an all-day spot that’s better than it needs to be - especially when it comes to their pancakes. Served until 4pm daily, they’re about an inch thick, and doused in a hazelnut maple praline sauce that tastes like the result of a lab experiment involving Nutella and butter. Outside of the pancakes, the food is good enough that you’ll find something decent if you have a meeting there, or if your aunt and uncle are staying in a room upstairs, but otherwise Sibling Rival isn’t worth going out of your way for.
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