Feed Body & Soul

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Photograph: Courtesy Feed
Photograph: Courtesy Feed
Photograph: Courtesy Feed

Winter Squash, Garbanzo & Cracked Wheat Salad at Feed

Photograph: Courtesy Feed

Handmade pickled Farmers Market vegetables at Feed


Abbot Kinney's latest hot spot isn't a bar or even a nose-to-tail or rustic Italian restaurant; rather, it's an around-the-clock eatery of organic, sustainable cooking serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. There's something for everyone with vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and kind (organic, free-range chicken and grass-fed beef) meat options for carnivores. Early risers can opt for housemade granola or bowls from breakfast—try warm quinoa with chia sees and coconut oil ($6) or savory Southern Mexican ($9) butternut squash, dried chile’s, pineapple, plantain, chickpeas, quinoa—while lunch and dinner crowds start with housemade pickles—farmers market veggies that vary from sunchokes to turnips—and vegetable spreads served with addictive seeded toasts. Don't expect fancy presentation or bold flavors. Instead, dishes are rustically plated and salt and pepper come on the side. Bar-goers and solo diners can grab a seat at the four-sided bar and go biodynamic (as in curaçao) or peruse the international selection of wines and beers, cocktails and aperitifs. Of course, this is Venice and no place food and drink establish would be caught without juice. And there a menu that's anything but ordinary, featuring ingredients like chayote, tumeric and jalapeño.

Venue name: Feed Body & Soul
Address: 1239 Abbot Kinney Blvd
Los Angeles

Opening hours: Daily 7am-11pm
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