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Recommending new L.A. resto

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For a weekend holiday Sunday brunch/lunch we went to The Tavern in Brentwood (San Vicente Blvd). It's the old passe' Hamburger Hamlet which had been completely re-designed in the last year. The ambience, service, menu offerings are all excellent..it has become a unique and delightful place owned and operated by two known local women...chef Suzanne Goin and sommelier Caroline Styne. The picture of it's outdoors dining (covered by a tent "celing") gives you an idea of the new look of the place.

Click on menus, also. Prices are moderate to a bit more expensive...large portions, expertly prepared. I was very impressed and can heartily recommend The Tavern to anyone either visiting or living in L.A.. I predict it will become a major westside dining destination, if it hasn't already.

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http://www.tavernla.com/

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