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- The MisfitMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5First to ReviewAug 12, 2013
One of my favorite spots for weekend brunch! $12 bottomless mimosas are available until 4pm so you could easily spend hours here.
For brunch, the chilaquiles are awesome, but if you're not in the mood for brunch food, get the crispy lobster sliders and the kale and quinoa salad. Both are incredibly tasty! Their fried chicken is also amazing, but for $19 it's a bit much. Their burger was voted best in Santa Monica. And make sure you ask for their salted chocolate chip cookies when you get the check. They are delish!
Love the spacious bi-level seating and the handsome post-prohibition style bar area. Although the location is right off Third Street Promenade, it's a hotspot for locals.Recommended for:
- The MisfitJun 28, 2013
This place has delicious sliders. Get the Lobster Nik Niks, which are lobster sliders. They're so amazing. Make sure to dip them in the spicy mayo sauce that they give you. The Prime Rib Nik Niks are really good as well. Make sure you order garlic fries. They give you A LOT. I came here during happy hour with some friends and they have really good drinks on the happy hour menu. You'll be satisfied with any drink you order. They're all really refreshing!
- The MisfitApr 25, 2013
Nothing beats a sunny Sunday afternoon at the promenade eating lunch with the scent of the ocean in the air.
We got here around lunch time and it was packed, the wait was 30 minutes, but luckily there were seats outside and we decided to just eat outdoors versus waiting for a table to open up for two. However, if you can, sit inside, the venue is really nice with a bar section in the front and booths on the side and on the second floor balcony. I love the warm ambiance with the lighting and the rustic cherry wood interior design.
Onto the food, here was what we ordered:
roast chicken breast- $22, the skin was really moist and the curry sauce that they used goes perfectly with the chicken. You can taste the tanginess of lemon and the rosemary they cooked the chicken with. Honestly, some of the best chicken I've had.
crispy lobster slider- $8 per slider, sure it's a bit over priced, however, the lobster slider was really tasty. The batter they used was very crispy and the lobster was fresh and succulent. They give you the Russian sauce (spicy thousand island) for you to dip in the slider with. Overall, the best part of the meal was the lobster slider!
Prime rib french dip- $8 per slider, amazing prime rib served on toasted hawaiin bread. They give you this broth to dunk the prime rib in that blends with the meat so well.
Garlic shoestring fries- $6, it's similar to the fries you get at the father's office. However, they give you a mountain of crispy golden potato heaven with a nice hint of garlic served with honey mustard and ketch up. The sliders weren't that big but I managed to fill myself up on the fries and I still had a bunch of left overs to go. This plate can easily feed 4 people.
Sea salt chocolate chip cookies- Free on the house, I've never had cookies like this before. The cookies were crunchy and hard but blended really well with the sea salt.
Overall, the service was great and attentive. The food here is great but a little bit pricey considering the small portions you get. If you come here for the sliders, I highly recommend you order something else to fill you up or at least get the fries because you won't be full eating just the sliders. If you're in the promenade, I highly recommend you trying out Misfit!