Salt's Cure's brunch griddle cakes are so popular, chef Chris Phelps built an entirely separate restaurant around them. Well, sort of. The breakfast-only, West Hollywood offshoot also serves a killer breakfast sandwich and sides like arugula salad and some molasses-cured pork shoulder, but that's about it. Really, it's a counter-service restaurant devoted to griddle cakes every day of the week, and you'll understand it once you try the product: salty, sweet, doughy and with a crispy exterior, they give any L.A. pancakes or griddle cakes a run for their moey. Here, they come "plain" (with toasted cinnamon sugar), or with fresh fruit, banana and nuts, chocolate chips and more. Oh, and there's no syrup served with the griddle cakes. You'll get over it after the first bite, we promise.