Monday, October 24, 2016

A snack stand with a healthy twist to open in Echo Park

honey hi


Storefront ReportECHO PARK — A new snack bar with a  focus on tasty as well as healthy foods is opening its doors next month at 1620 W. Sunset Boulevard.

The snack bar, called Honey Hi, is owned by Caitlin Sullivan and Kacie Carter, who met in college and always dreamed of going into business together. They got the idea for the snack bar while working in high stress industries.

“After a lot of struggle, we found the best way to take care of ourselves was to learn about food and how it affected us,” said Sullivan. “We delved into nutrition and cooking as self care and never looked back.”

A few items that the quick serve restaurant will offer include probiotic juices,  smoothies, grain and salad bowls, and bone-broth soups. No alcohol will be on the menu. It will be open for breakfast and lunch, 7 days a week.

For customers short on time, they will have a sizable “grab and go” section. The cozy 600-square-foot space will have limited seating.

Sullivan and Carter, who live in Echo Park, want to share their mission of self care with their community.

“This is such a diverse and magnetic neighborhood and we wanted to provide it with the nourishing, delicious food we love to make for our friends and family.”

Honey Hi is one of the many changes coming to the area. On the same block, the owners of Dinette are planning to open a large, new restaurant and a block away Sage Bistro, a vegan eatery, is expanding and adding a brewpub.

Jacqueline Fernandez is a Los Angeles-based reporter who’s written for various media outlets such as Los Angeles Wave, The Miami Herald and WLRN-Miami Herald News.

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  1. Finally, a snack bar named after my 73rd favorite Fleetwood Mac song!

  2. Welcome Honey Hi!

  3. Foods are healthful, not healthy, because they are DEAD!

  4. Healthful foods, not healthy 🙂

  5. oh great…another juice option for the area….

    sarcasm for those who don’t get it

  6. Opening directly across from Lassen’s, good luck with that.

  7. probiotic juices, smoothies, grain and salad bowls? Zzzzzzzzzzz. This will be gone in under a year. Sorry to be that guy but its true.

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