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LA’s Mighty Gastropub Father’s Office Will Now Deliver Its Famous Dry-Aged Burger

Plus, new brunch at Bon Temps, sad news at Jon & Vinny’s, and new rules for Long Beach food trucks

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A burger from Father’s Office restaurant in Los Angeles
Father’s Office burger
Elizabeth Daniels

Father’s Office, LA’s influential gastropub turns 20 this year, and this week begins a new delivery service. Yes, that means beer, burgers, and salads at home. From 5 p.m. until the late closing hours, the menu pairs specialty beers with crowd favorites, including Pliny the Elder beer with duck salad and chorizo fritters. As for the famous Office Burger, Russian River Brewing Company cheekily created a sour brew called “Modification,” calling out chef Sang Yoon’s well-known no substitutions policy.

Head to DoorDash to peep the full menu, which delivers within five miles of the new Arts District location. In two weeks, Culver City will follow suit, then Santa Monica by mid-March.

In other news:

—Over in the Arts District, Bon Temps starts brunch this weekend. Of course chef Lincoln Carson’s pastry are on display, as are tweaked versions of brunch. Try the eggs benedict with porchetta, braised chard, tomato jam and hollandaise, or the “eggs on eggs” omelette with comte and caviar. Check the menu below.

Hotel Bel-Air and Michael Cimarusti’s Providence received a rare five diamond rating from AAA’s annual round of hospitality rankings, writes the Los Angeles Times.

—Incredibly sad news from the Jon & Vinny’s crew, as their beloved former pastry chef passed away this month.

—The Long Beach City Council ponders some potential new rules for food trucks. The Press Telegram reports the Council fielded complaints from brick-and-mortar restaurants that were concerned about food trucks impact to their livelihood.

—Café Gratitude’s sister restaurant, Gratitude Kitchen & Bar in Beverly Hills served its last meal on Tuesday.

—A new food and travel series called From Scratch premieres this Sunday at 6 p.m. on FYI, where host David Moscow hunts, dives, gathers, forages, and grows each ingredient to remake the meal. Los Angeles chefs make appearances this season, including Broken Spanish’s Ray Garcia for the first episode, and Republique’s Margarita Manzke.

Jon & Vinny's

412 North Fairfax Avenue, , CA 90036 (323) 334-3369 Visit Website

Father's Office

1018 Montana Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 736-2224 Visit Website

Bon Temps

712 South Santa Fe Avenue, , CA 90021 (213) 784-0044 Visit Website

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