Most restaurants on the Sunset Strip don't have to try very hard—they have a built-in tourist/booze market that doesn't know good food from bad. So, it's refreshing when a restaurant opens up on the Strip that's actually really good. The Eveleigh is that restaurant. Lamb meatballs, Dungeness crab pasta, hanger steak with romesco sauce—the kitchen keeps it simple and gets it right. Brunch is a relaxed affair frequented by people who probably never visit the Strip at night. Most of the seating is outside, either on the front patio, which is covered in shaggy Astroturf, or the enclosed back terrace, which offers views of the city.