What happens when two foodies get together for dinner? Great food is the answer. And that was the case Saturday night when I had the pleasure of dining with the owner of The Triple Dipper , a site dedicated to dips. From her suggestion, the choices in front of me included The Village, Black Market Liquor Bar, which you can read my review here, (weekendfoodie.com/black-market-liquor-bar-studio-city-ca/), and the Laurel Tavern, which I had been to, but pretty loud to carry on a conversation….
Full Disclosure: These are friends of mine whom I have known for a long time and I had the opportunity to take photos for their menu and advertisement, so I won’t be using a lot of superlatives or exaggerations.
Kitchen Faire is one of those places that every downtown needs; a fast, healthy, fresh sandwich shop for a busy environment. Its a no nonsense kind of place that gives the consumer what they want out of a quick lunch, to get in and out.
But there is more to this restaurant than just a quick pace, they scour the local farmers markets for the freshest in season ingredients and taylor their menu accordingly. When I recently had the opportunity to take some of their photos, their menu consisted of multiple tuna sandwiches, an edamame hummus, a pulled pork, and caprese sandwich using heirloom tomatoes along with many freshly made sides, and bottled and fresh mixed drinks.