Located in the Craftsman bungalow that used to house Larkin’s, the “modern soul food” restaurant that closed last year, Little Beast asserts its “desire to have a restaurant on the Eastside that rivals the great ‘foodie’ spots that so easily populate Silver Lake and to the west.” In other words, to serve the kinds of customers who might appreciate a little burrata with their peaches. And because Eagle Rock’s demographic over recent years has grown to include a fair number of young professional families and older artist types, there’s plenty of demand for just such a place.
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