Stomach? Grumbly. Mood? Grouchy. Fridge? Empty.
So make a House call. Soft opening this weekend, the new, laid-back, modern American eatery serves unfussy but fully loaded fare that could be the cure for what ails you.
While the sun’s out, drop by for much-loved orange pancakes, chicken burger salad, and filet mignon with horseradish (you may spy other dishes carried over from owner Bruce Marder’s other spots like Capo, Cora’s Coffee Shoppe, Brentwood Lounge, and Broadway Deli) or try something new like Turkish breakfast served with tea. After dark, settle in with a well-selected wine or draught beer and plates of lamb with couscous, Italian sausage with soft polenta, and mac and cheese.
Save room for a churro.
It may be just what the doctor ordered.
House Cafe, 8114 Beverly Boulevard, between Crescent Heights Boulevard and North Kilkea Drive, West Hollywood (323-655-5553 or housecafe.com).