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A Full Tour Inside Short Order at the Farmers Market

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Elizabeth Daniels 11/11

If you've shied away from Short Order for fear of encountering massive lines, this right here is what you're missing. Over two years have passed since word broke that partners (the late) Amy Pressman and Nancy Silverton wanted to open a seasonally-inspired burger restaurant at the Farmers Market on Fairfax. Many reports and a few name changes later and Short Order was born. Last Friday night the eatery finally debuted, and 23 Yelp reviews have brought in a three and a half star rating.

Take a stroll through the modern farmhouse which claims two floors with ample outdoor seating, scattered farm animals, and some surprising design-y touches like Eames bar chairs and a Nelson ball clock. Short Order's menu is smartly positioned outside for pedestrians to take a gander, do note that there's no veggie burger option, and while some feel pricing is fair, others believe food is over priced. But, spending $11, $12, or $13 for a burger is well in line with the likes of Umami (mostly $10-$12) and Father's Office ($12). Stay tuned for Short Cake (ply up above), opening next.
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Short Order

6333 W 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 761-7970 Visit Website