Quantcast

Hot yoga and violins in Echo Park; more noodles on the Eastside; sushi and grilled cheese?

Photo by Katy Abramson | Courtesy ETA

BY KELLY ERICKSON

Grilled cheese and salads meet sushi-inspired fare on the new dinner menu at Highland Park’s ETA Cocktail Bar. Behind the design is executive chef Ramses Walker of Trejo’s Restaurant Group, Hotel Figueroa and L’Ermitage. He’s come up with dishes aimed at complementing the location’s highly acclaimed beverage program.

With drinks and now dinner to enjoy, an obvious pairing is the selection of high end cheese and charcuterie boards; other items on the menu include faro salad, ahi sashimi, The EchoPlex grilled cheese with roasted fig, brie and bleu on brioche.

Dinner at ETA is now being served nightly starting at 6:00 pm and alongside live jazz every Sunday through Tuesday.

In other Shopper & Diner News:

  • Violin strings will tug at your heart chakra at the newly opened Modo Yoga LA in Echo Park. The location touts hot yoga classes featuring live violinists in rooms with “hospital-grade filtration,” reports the Los Angeles Times.
  • Although the sudden closure of Berlin Currywurst in Silver Lake is puzzling, Eater LA has determined that Smorgasburg vendor We Have Noodles will be moving in.
  • The Eastside can’t get enough of noodles – Ramen Bangaichi has replaced Saito Sushi in a Los Feliz strip mall off of Sunset Boulevard, LA Weekly reports.
  • Dry River Brewing is celebrating the opening of its Boyle Heights tasting room. According to LAist, the weekend event is selling out but the tasting room will be open on the first and third weekends, Friday through Saturday, of each month.

Kelly Erickson is a writer, photographer and graphic designer living in Echo Park. She holds a degree Political Journalism and writes primarily about beer and all things Echo Park.

Deals & Discounts for Eastsider Readers


Get your Eastsider Reader Benefits Card today with the purchase of a Reader Sponsorship and start enjoying the discounts and deals offered by the participating merchants.

Buy your Reader Sponsorship & Benefits Card now!



Eastsider Advertising

Post a Comment

Please keep your comments civil and on topic and refrain from personal attacks. The moderator reserves the right to edit or delete any comments. The Eastsider's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy apply to comments submitted by readers. Required fields are marked *

*