The Foundry

Foundry

The Foundry on Melrose in Los Angeles has been around for a month or so now, and I still haven’t been.

But I really want to go. The Foundry seems to be a little more lively than your average restaurant. When you visit the website, you’ll notice that although the menu sounds good, there’s more to this place than just the food. There’s nightly music by bands and DJs and surprise musical guests.

What’s livelier than that is the fact that they have a live webcam broadcasting their finished dishes. It’s like Hell’s Kitchen but less British and not fake. Head to their homepage and click on the live webcam link.

From what I hear, the food is pretty good, but a bit pricey. That’s ok though. Head to the bar area and order off the bar menu. Bar items range from $8-$15 and you can order chicken croquettes, crab & spinach dip, chopped salad, short rib grilled cheeses, bay scallop ragout, and a selection of artisan cheeses.

Reviews are mixed but the place is still fairly new. And if your meal isn’t all that great, at least they’re trying a bit harder than most other places…

After a downright bad meal at The Foundry on Melrose, I was speeding away to the nearest In-N-Out for a Double-Double, Animal Style fix when I noticed a little white box resting on the parking break. Inside was a note from The Foundry (pictured) as well as three chocolate truffles. It was a small touch that left a big impression for all the right reasons. (from the Bon Appétit Blog)

Decent prices at the bar, live music in an upscale atmosphere, and truffles in your car? Sounds like it’s worth trying out if you ask me.

7463 Melrose Ave.
West Hollywood, CA
323.651.0915

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2 comments so far

  1. Steen on

    Call me crazy, but it doesn’t sound like any place I’d want to go.
    “After a downright bad meal”
    “And if your meal isn’t all that great”…
    Some chocolates in my car isn’t gonna make me endure an overpriced bad dinner.

  2. cincodemayo1 on

    True, but that review was done shortly after they opened and most restaurants usually need a few weeks to iron the kinks out. More recent reviews have been much better.

    Also it sounds like it might be more fun as a bar/music place, so give the bar menu a try instead of the dinner one, that way if you don’t like it you didn’t just spend a ton of money, and if you do like it you got a deal!


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