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Easy’s Burgers Flips to All-Day Diner at Beverly Center

The robust shopping plaza is almost through a massive makeover

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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Owner Jeremy Fall seemed to strike the right chord last year when he opened Easy’s Burger inside the Unit 120 pop-up in Chinatown. Fans came in flocks for the Alvin Cailan-created burgers ordered from a takeout window, but ultimately the limited run ended with Fall promising a new location somewhere else in the city.

Now Fall has found just that with Easy’s, a more expanded iteration of the first take that will act as a diner of sorts of the rethought Beverly Center. The massive shopping plaza has been under construction along La Cienega for quite some time, but — much like its Westfield Century City competitors — has been promising a larger focus on food when all is said and done. Easy’s will be part of that mix, adding a 35-seat counter, expanded menu, and more.

Reps for Fall say that the new Easy’s will carry a full repertoire of diner fare, from breakfast food (something Fall already does with his Nighthawk outlets) to casual lunches and easy, hearty dinner alongside beer, wine, and cocktails. Yes, the burger is coming back.

The space itself sits at the front of the 6th floor entrance, and will lean into its classic diner wraparound countertop appeal. Easy’s will also have access to a large dining patio with room for 100 people to eat at a clip. Expect a mid-spring opening for Easy’s at the remodeled Beverly Center, with other restaurants coming online at the property before then. In the meantime, the larger J. Fall Group continues to expand in Los Angeles and beyond, with a new Nighthawk coming to Chicago soon.