LOS ANGELES: littlefork
By WGSN Insider

Named after the smallest utensil used for shellfish, this minimalist space is brought to you by the same crackerjack team behind hit restaurant A-Frame, and heralds the return of acclaimed chef Jason Travi.

Jan 11, 2013
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As a native New Englander recently relocated to Los Angeles, I sometimes pine for the flavors of home. With the opening of littlefork just a few days ago, my pining days are over! Now instead of hopping on a plane and travelling 3,000 miles for the seafood delicacies of my youth, I can pop over to Hollywood and shove my face full of littlefork’s fine fare, which “celebrates the flavors of the Atlantic Northeast,” with a focus on Boston and Montreal. That translates to Portuguese Mussels with Linguica, Chickpeas and Beer, Salmon and Leek Fritters, Clams Casino, Crispy Oyster Sliders, and Applewood Smoked Brisket with Three Mustards. A separate bar menu boats Maple Onion Rings and Malt Vinegar Pork Rinds, perfect for pairing with one of littlefork’s classic cocktails. Named after the smallest utensil used for shellfish, this minimalist space is brought to you by the same crackerjack team behind hit restaurant A-Frame, and heralds the return of acclaimed chef Jason Travi. So if you’re in L.A. but craving the East Coast, head to littlefork. I’ll see you there! xx Ashley Churchill

littlefork

1600 Wilcox Ave, Los Angeles

1 323 465 3675

 Photos Courtesy of Thrillist


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