Salt's Cure Returns to Its Original Location to Strictly Serve Breakfast
Salt's Cure, a meat-heavy and quite popular restaurant that moved from West Hollywood to Hollywood a few years ago, made its initial splash on the strength of its breakfast: The basic setup comes with both sausage and bacon, which caused quite a sensation when the restaurant opened in 2011. (Honestly, so did the biscuits and all the house-made sweet bakery items. The restaurant just makes good food.)
Now, Salt's Cure has added a second location — back in its original WeHo location. It's called Breakfast, which is either the best or worst name to give a restaurant in the age of Google. It's a pancake-heavy menu, with the oatmeal griddle cakes (which were shouted out in particular in 2013 when L.A. Weekly named Salt's Cure "Best Brunch") available with a number of different toppings, from "apple pie" to "blueberry crumble."
Starting May 8, the restaurant will be in soft-open mode for a week; hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Regular hours will start Monday, May 15: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
7494 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood; (323) 848-4879, facebook.com/breakfastbysaltscure.
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