Brunch Fare and Drinks For Two or Four at Swill Automatic

Downtown Los Angeles

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In a Nutshell

  • Contemporary brunch fare
  • Automated wine dispensers
  • Sleek, casual environment
  • Outdoor patio

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 18th, 2011. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid toward wine to go. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Although many consider it to be a modern creation, brunch originated from the pagan ritual of eating brooms for lunch on Halloween. Partake in age-old customs with today's Groupon to Swill Automatic. Choose between the following options:

  • For $19, you get a brunch package for two on Saturdays or Sundays (a $40 total value), which includes the following:
    • $20 toward brunch fare
    • A $20 pre-loaded drink card for use on any beverages

  • For $36, you get a brunch package for four on Saturdays or Sundays (an $80 total value), which includes the following:
    • $40 toward brunch fare
    • A $40 pre-loaded drink card for use on any beverages

Swill Automatic's culinarians craft a contemporary brunch menu, and a futuristic dispensary system furnishes chalices with an extensive selection of wines, earning this haven for modern dining a glowing feature on UrbanDaddy. Adorn a fork with the elegant eggs Benedict ($10.50), which comes dressed to the nines in a suit of prosciutto, heirloom tomato, and basil, or bolster mastication muscles without chewing on a flambéed dumbbell with a sandwich stacked to the brim with egg, cheese, tomato, avocado and corn relish ($8.50). Diners can also sate both the sweet and salty quadrants of the tongue with berry pancakes ($7) soused in syrup or jam sidled with a side of thick-cut bacon ($2). Wash down feasts with a fresh-brewed coffee ($2) or a sake bloody Mary ($8).

Swill Automatic's huge selection of featured wine gushes forth via automated dispensers that are activated with a pre-loaded card, transporting sippers to the future of vino, where drinks are never ruined by stray corks and jetpacks run on merlot. Diners can enjoy brunch amid the modern dining room's sleek white walls accented by exposed pipes and ambient wall-cube lighting, or relax outdoors with drinks on the covered patio.


Reviews

I went for a lazy Sunday brunch and found exactly what I was looking for: a laid back, charming atmosphere with delicious food and drinks.

John D., Yelp, 11/23/10

This is a very cool place, a bit of a 'hidden gem' in this up-and-coming neighborhood

Odwalla, Google Places, 5/20/11
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    Downtown Los Angeles

    1820 Industrial St.

    Los Angeles, California 90021

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