Thrillist - Sadie - Los Angeles, CA





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Published on Jan 24, 2012

What do you get when you combine a GM from the Buffalo Club, a Le Cordon Bleu-approved chef, and a dude who studied tequila in Mexico? If you said mad boozed-up fights with chef's knives while everyone wears Pat LaFontaine Sabres jerseys, you're probably right, but you could've also answered: Sadie, a gastropub in the former Les Deux space, featuring le trois very different spaces to eat/drink.

Give in to:

The Parlour: Honor what was formerly Les Deux's creepy, dark make-out room, by Frenching someone fully lit under broad-bulb chandeliers. Do the up-and-tuck, then sit in thankfully re-upholstered booths while sipping cocktails like the Oaxacan Through Italy w/ Pechuga, Vermouth di Torino, Cynar & a singed orange peel, and the malt/ bourbon/ lemon/ wild honey Kentucky Ninja -- too many of which will cause you to stealthily sleep with your cousin.

The Courtyard Dining Room: Head to the back and you'll find a retractable roof and hard wood tables/floor where they'll be plating roasted mushroom flatbread w/ white truffle oil, balsamic-glazed beef short rib w/ soft polenta & orange gremolata, and pan-roasted Idaho trout w/ crushed potatoes, who apparently never really recovered from that Quayle incident.

The Lounge: The space between (D-M-B! D-M-B!) serves the same bites as outside with banquette-style seating, old-timey paintings (including one of the restaurant's namesake cuddling a puppy), and a square bar that they claim will have a crazy, Rube Goldberg-esque machine in the center that'll go through all these weird steps before doling out beer, or what you get when you combine hops, barley, and... nevermind.

To get the deets: http://thrl.st/z1Tcir


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