101 Coffee Shop to become Clark Street Diner – NBC Los Angeles
What there is to know
- Clark Street Bread will move into the famous hotel restaurant, which closed in early 2021
- The opening is scheduled for fall 2021
- Classic vinyl stand dishes like pancakes are on the way, along with the terrific range of breads and baked goods on Clark Street
Los Angeles is rightly, correctly, and forever-absolutely associated with perfect burgers, amazing donuts, fabulous French dips, and terrific fish tacos.
But let’s also crown this unusual city as a notable ultimate dining tie.
For it’s here, in star-studded Southern California, that late-night dinners have inspired countless black novelists as well as low-budget filmmakers looking for a humble but hip setting, the kind of place to go to. characters can linger and practice.
And one of the powerful players in the pantheon of ultimate guests?
Granted, and no frills, the 101 Coffee Shop has long held its own, both on the big screen (where it played a stylish lead character in “Swingers”) and in the hearts of omelet-obsessed Hollywoodians over the decades. .
The restaurant, which was famous for its spacious cabins, rock walls, earth tiles, and massive (and extremely tasty) egg dishes, closed in January 2021.
But now, the fresh life and fresh breads will bring the beloved bastion of breakfasts and more to life this fall.
Car Clark Street Bread takes up residence in the tiled space, bringing breads, pastries and many delicious classics to the menu to fill on a plate.
The new name of the restaurant, which debuted with a strong design, after decades of service, in 2001?
Welcome to Clark Street Diner.
It is the company’s fifth location, which has outposts in Grand Central Market, Echo Park and Brentwood.
An upbeat post appeared on Clark Street Bread’s Instagram on July 23, an update that followed stories in Eater LA and other posts.
“We’ll open for breakfast and lunch to start, followed by dinner service and whatever is allowed ‘late at night’ after that,” the post shared. “You can expect a warm and lively space with a friendly and inviting style of service.”
Fans of hearty breakfasts will also be delighted, as the new team will add plenty of pancake panache to the new but traditional menu, while fans of Clark Street Bread’s extensive baked goods will find something to melt away, if buttered. . the buns (think sticky pecans for starters) are their special treat.
The opening of this long-awaited restaurant, located at the Best Western Plus Hollywood Hills Hotel, will not be slow either: the delicious debut of Clark Street Diner is expected in fall 2021.
Follow Clark Street Bread to find out when the doors to the food and friendly destination of Franklin Avenue reopen.