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Koreatown's Most Exciting New Dinner Destination Kicks off Tonight

Jump into the menu for Here's Looking at You

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Here's Looking at You, Koreatown
Here's Looking at You, Koreatown
Shant Kiraz

After a series of friends and family meals and other pre-opening shindigs, Koreatown’s newest dinner option Here’s Looking at You will officially kick off tonight. Here’s what you can expect from the restaurant’s first-ever menu.

As previously noted, the dishes coming from chef Jonathan Whitener’s kitchen won’t stand too close to any one sensibility, but rather will play across boundaries — from nectarines served with Syrian feta and sumac to a plate of john dory dosed with dashi, brown butter, and mistuba.

You’ll also find larger format dishes like market price dry-aged steak, offered either as a bone-in ribeye or bone-in striploin. A smoked cornish hen and a plate of sturgeon with caviar each respectively represent the most expensive single known items on the menu, at $26 a pop. The full menu is below.

Here’s Looking at You opens tonight for its first official service at 6 p.m., with GM and co-owner Lien Ta working the room while Whitener plays the kitchen. From there, the restaurant will keep 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. hours Sunday through Thursday, with an extension until midnight on Friday and Saturday nights. Reservations can be made here.

Here's Looking at You Menu

Here's Looking At You

3901 West 6th Street, , CA 90020 (213) 568-3573 Visit Website

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