Little Pine

Besha Rodell

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DJ-singer-songwriter Moby's Silver Lake restaurant Little Pine will open Nov. 19. The organic vegan bistro and retail space plans to serve Mediterranean-inspired breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, plus weekend brunch by chef Kristyne Starling (this is a change from Little Pine's previously announced chef, Anne Thornton). For lunch, the menu includes lots of salads: a panzanella; a farro-walnut salad with squash, scallions and pomegranate; and a Mediterranean salad with kale, spigarello, olives and avocado. Dinner entrees include Italian-style dishes, like a stuffed-shell trio and "meatballs" and polenta in a marinara sauce. To drink, there will be organic wines and teas, the latter no doubt similar in selection to what's available at Moby's other hospitality venture, TeaNY in New York's Lower East Side. According to a press release, the retail space will feature "home accessories and gifts from Moby’s favorite artisans, artists and authors."

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