When an artist reaches a certain level of success, he compiles a Greatest Hits album, so his fans can get his best in one convenient package. Or in the case of Aerosmith, seven inconvenient packages. For culinary greatest hits, check Primo Bistro
Rocking rough-cut stone walls and a massive, 2000sqft streetside patio, Primo's a new, all-day bistro with a menu made up almost exclusively of the finest light fare from counter-service spot Caffe Primo and heavier stuff from Tony's Steakhouse, two joints related by owner, yet previously divided by menu, and 328 long feet of Sunset Blvd. Caffe's contributions're breakfast-and-lunch-centric, with omelets like four-cheese bacon & tomato w/ organic eggs; toasted paninis, like grilled chicken pesto, and tuna & artichokes; and salads like the white tuna, cannellini beans, and red onion "Tuna & Bean", which sounds like a kooky buddy comedy that must involve Steve Zahn...guess which one's Steve Zahn. Most starters and true entrees are pulled from Tony's catalogue: steamed mussels in saffron sauce, chicken Milanese w/ ciabatta bread, and pasta carbonara w/ prosciutto and bacon, with steaks on their way soon, as cows are notoriously slow walkers
Only a couple dishes're just-dropped cuts (eggs Benedict, smoked-salmon-aided "Benedict at Sea") and Primo's also got a full liquor license -- another greatest hit they pulled from Tony's, as wine-and-beer-only Caffe Primo is relegated to Deep Cuts status.