Bright all-day vegetarian restaurant on Abbot Kinney
The self-proclaimed “vegetable slaughterhouse” (which got its start in NYC) is equal parts hotspot, brunch hangout, juice bar, and vegetarian eatery, all housed in a bright design-centric space with soaring ceilings, white-brick walls, distressed woods, copper accents, and that ultra-of-the-moment LA restaurant accessory: the hanging plant. Look for breakfast dishes of shakshuka and avocado toast benedict, a variety of sandwiches and bowls at lunch, and an evening menu of mezze platters, cheese boards, a cauliflower T-bone, and housemade pastas. Stone-oven pizzas (which can be made with gluten-free, cauliflower crusts) are available day and night. The patio is perfect for Abbot Kinney people-watching.