Short Order Opens + Here's The Menu

Short Order at the Original Farmers Market.
Short Order at the Original Farmers Market.

Short Order, the most anticipated burger restaurant since the dawn of time, will finally open tonight at 5 p.m. The burger joint fronted by Nancy Silverton, Bill Chait and the late Amy Pressman held a splashy opening party last night. Starting tonight, you can walk into the eatery, located next to Du-Par's in the Original Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax. (Lunch starts next week; late night service, a couple weeks.) Or you can live vicariously through the menu, which is after the jump.

The two-tier menu features four basic burgers including a classic version ($12) made with grass-fed beef, Morbier cheese, grilled mushrooms, bibb lettuce and mayostard; a throwback burger with cheddar, iceberg lettuce, tomatoes and pickles ($11); and a bacon, avocado and Comté burger ($13). There's even a turkey burger ($12). Upstairs, you'll find five fancier and more expensive burgers including lamb, pork, tuna and a "frisée lardon raft" ($14-17).

Burgers aside, we're most excited to try the breakfast Cobb salad for weekend brunch, which they won't begin serving until January.

Short Order: 6333 W. Third St., Ste. 110. Los Angeles. (323) 761-7970,

The opening menu at Short Order.
The opening menu at Short Order.

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