Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Dinner at Mohawk Bend

Mohawk Bend has almost all the elements of a great restaurant. 1) A fantastic backdrop - a converted old Vaudeville theater between Echo Park and Silverlake. 2) A bajillion beers on tap and a few choice wines. 3) Reasonably priced, delicious-but-healthy food made with local ingredients. 4) An enormous fireplace . . . oh and trees inside! I love trees inside.

Ok maybe the enormous fireplace and indoor trees are not necessary elements of a great restaurant, but they certainly do not hurt! If you go, be sure to get at least one pizza. (I like the heirloom tomato pizza - pictured above - the most out of the two we tried.) And get whatever meat-combo burger they are featuring too. (Jeremy got the Pimp - pork and shrimp, also pictured above - and it was amazing. Their online menu indicates that sometimes they also have a Dork - duck and pork.) The only negative was that we barely ever saw our server, which made reordering drinks almost impossible. So I would suggest trying this place out at a slower time. (Or sneaking in your own booze if you are really daring.)

Mohawk Bend
2141 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

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