Father’s Office has reopened in Downtown Los Angeles, more than 18 months after first closing at the start of the ongoing pandemic. The Sang Yoon restaurant, with locations in Culver City and Santa Monica, had been in the works for the Arts District for years before coming online in January 2020, just two short months before closing again.
Like the other, longer-running locations, this Arts District outpost is for the over-21 crowd only and comes with the same no-modifications, no-ketchup policies that Yoon has become famous for. The restaurant does offer more than just the famous Office Burger, though, with new options like a fried chicken sandwich and chorizo fritters to go along with all that craft beer and those baskets of fries. Expect dinner hours only to start, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, with an extension to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights (closed Sunday and Monday). Yoon’s finer dining Lukshon in Culver City remains closed for the time being.
In other news:
- In the mood for free burgers and 35-cent gas? The SBE/C3 group has partnered with ABC reboot The Wonder Years today to remake a Hollywood gas station with ’60s-era design and gas prices, but for one day only. The event goes down at 1787 N. Highland Avenue, next to the Loews Hotel, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; expect a crowd.
- Tabula Rasa in East Hollywood/Thai Town is celebrating its five-year anniversary with a week of pop-ups, give-backs, and burgers. Check out the full slate of events below.
- Conservatory West Hollywood is offering a weekly Wine Wednesday initiative, where most bottles are half-off at the restaurant and there are weekly meetings with wine reps from specific labels. This Wednesday’s offering is from Rescue Rose, and proceeds from each bottle will go toward local animal rescues.
- Cosa Buona has a new patio to know about. The Echo Park pizza and natural wine spot’s colorful new space sits behind the restaurant and comes complete with string lights, greenery, and picnic tables.
- Coast Range, the busy Solvang restaurant founded by a group of prominent LA-area chefs, is opening its steakhouse side this weekend. Expect a rich throwback dining room with wooden box-style booth seating, plus lots of chops and Central Coast wines.