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Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of modern American cuisine and drinks
- $40 for $80 worth of modern American cuisine and drinks for four or more
Small plates start at $11 and include chili-glazed pork belly and potato-gnocchi gratin with pumpkin, grapes, and mushroom, while entrees start at $20 and include butter-poached turkey breast with brussels sprouts. Diners can also opt for Foundry classics such as fried chicken atop butternut-squash waffles and drizzled with maple-bourbon syrup. Specialty cocktails are $12.
The Foundry on Melrose
Executive Chef Eric Greenspan—who cut his teeth at restaurants such as Patina and Meson G—instills traditional American cuisine with a modern flair at The Foundry on Melrose, so named for its use of industrial designs to accent its art-deco décor. Featured in publications such as LA Weekly, the constantly evolving menu melds upscale dishes such as shellfish chowder with whimsical renditions of diner classics, including the signature burger stuffed between Hawaiian bread and onion-ring hula skirts. Often echoing with live music, the lavish dining room culls elements from the Machine Age to warm its space with antique light fixtures, sconces crafted from vintage heat registers, and colorful artwork. Outdoors, heat lamps protect diners from obnoxiously loud snowmen, and wicker chairs juxtapose the classic look of candles and white linens.
The lovely room successfully mixes Deco touches---evidenced in the curvy bar and the period lighting fixtures---and industrialGayot
The meat and plantains were assertively seasoned, and substituting short ribs for mofongo's traditional pork was smart and appetizing.Tasting Table, 3/13/12
“the foundry is a fun place, led by superchef eric greenspan, whose enthusiasm permeates the atmosphere. his re-imagining of the grilled-cheese sandwich ( toasted...”
“the foundry is a fun place, led by superchef eric greenspan, whose enthusiasm permeates the atmosphere. his re-imagining of the grilled-cheese sandwich ( toasted raisin-walnut bread, taleggio cheese and tender short ribs) makes for a truly unique dish, and the gnocchi and the potato. soup (with a perfect egg crucially floating thereon) were outstanding. the spot's friendly feeling makes happy conversation a staple. ”
“Excellent service, actually better than any other dining experience, and the food was unique and fabulous”
“Amazingly delicious food and excellent service!”
7465 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90046Get Directions