Each passing month in Downtown LA brings the arrival of new restaurants and bars into the culinary mix, but April’s shaping up to be a prolific moment in time for eateries and drinking holes debuting throughout the city. From a date seed coffee house to raw oyster bars, here’s a look at what’s set to open shop in DTLA over the coming weeks.
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The Spring Street Arcade will soon welcome Clayton’s Public House – a full bar and kitchen with 32 beers on tap – from proprietors Tony Gower and Elizabeth Peterson-Gower. The Victorian gastropub, which was previously housed in the Arts District until 2010 where Little Bear currently resides, will anchor the Spring Street side of the arcade.541 S. Spring St. | Los Angeles, CA 90013
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HATCH’s menu will place a heavy emphasis on skewers of Japanese-style grilled meats and vegetables along with traditional raw bar fare including oysters. The entire operation is the brainchild of chef Daniel Shemtob, most notably the winner of Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race as well as the proprietor behind TLT Food, who has brought on a sake sommelier to help guests with drink selections.
700 W. 7th St. | Los Angeles, CA 90015
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The popular East Coast outlet recently made headlines when Eater LA broke the news of noted chef Nick Erven coming on board to spearhead operations in the kitchen. Far more than just a raw bar, look for Erven to incorporate a full menu of upscale dining options that draw heavily from the company’s seafood-heavy history.
777 S. Alameda St. #154 | Los Angeles, CA 90021
Opening date: April 4
Decadent treats and gluten-free delights will soon join the ever-growing list of dining options at Corporation Food Hall with the impending arrival of Sinners & Saints Desserts in the former Poke 2 Go space. The concept is simple – half the desserts are over-the-top, sugar-heavy offerings while the remainder are gluten-free and lean more toward the health conscious side of the food spectrum.
724 S. Spring St. | Los Angeles, CA 90014
Opening date: Early April
Date seed coffee, commonly consumed in Europe, is made from the roasting of 100% date seeds in a process that mimics coffee making in many respects, but is naturally caffeine free. MediDate Coffee boasts that the presence of dietary fiber in their beverage offerings will help increase energy, improve digestion, and help make weight loss less of an ordeal.
548 S. Spring St. #110 | Los Angeles, CA 90013
Opening date: Early April
Downtown Los Angeles will soon welcome Gizmo’s Cereal Bar where patrons may choose from a variety of different flavored cereals to create their own take on the breakfast classic. From the time-honored Lucky Charms and Fruit Loops to outrageous offerings including Thin Mint-flavored cereal, Gizmo’s selection of cereals may be elevated by the customer thanks to its robust toppings bar.
215 W. 6th St. #109 | Los Angeles, CA 90014
Opening date: Mid to late April
Started in Tokyo in 2000, the newest location will mark the franchise’s sixth restaurant in the Greater Los Angeles area and 32nd across the United States and Canada. Beyond its signature dish, look for JINYA, which will also house a sake bar, to offer patrons a series of different menu options including rice bowls, mini tacos, salads, small plates, among others.
700 Wilshire Blvd. | Los Angeles, CA 90017
Opening date: April
Arguably one of the more original restaurant concepts set to arrive in Downtown LA, Hock+Hoof will draw heavily from French and Asian cuisines to craft a diverse, global menu focused on exotic proteins. Dishes will range from beef heart tartare with egg yolk, apple pear, sesame, radish & rice cracker to octopus carpaccio topped with smoky pineapple aioli, shishito peppers, and herbs.
517 S. Spring St. | Los Angeles, CA 90013
Opening date: March 29
Housed on the ground floor of the AVA Little Tokyo apartment building, the arrival of Kasih marks the first Indonesian restaurant of note in Downtown LA. Led by chef Vindex Tengker, a Four Seasons veteran and past MasterChef and Top Chef Indonesia judge, Kasih will look to blend contemporary sensibilities of Indonesian cooking with California ingredients.
200 S. Los Angeles St. | Los Angeles, CA 90012
*OK, so it’s March, but we suspect this is going to be worth checking out.