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Little Beast, a Quaint American Option for Eagle Rock

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Elizabeth Daniels 6/13

Little Beast, situated in a reworked Eagle Rock cottage built in 1911 that formerly played host to Larkin's, opens today. The restaurant, which began a year ago as a pop-up from former Chateau Marmont sous chef Sean Lowenthal and wife Deborah Schwartz, brings modern American small and large plates like wild salmon tartare and English pea risotto to the east side.

Lowenthal and Schwartz spent the past few months renovating Larkin's, painting walls off white and enhancing wood accents for a simple and clean look both inside and out. Complementing Lowenthal's familiar bill of fare is a domestic and international list of value-driven wines, and a handful of beers on draft and by can/bottle. Dinner is served Tuesday to Saturday beginning at 5 p.m.
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