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Most Echo Park Restaurant Ever Serves Spiralized Veggies And La Croix
It's a pretty smart business move right now to center your restaurant's offerings around colorful, Instagram-friendly bowls. And then to offer up a selection of La Croix to wash them down? Brilliant. One of the newer spots to open in Echo Park is the almost-too-charmingly named Honey Hi, and they've got your zucchini noodle cravings covered.
Co-owners Caitlin Sullivan and Kacie Carter soft-opened last week, and currently have five bowls, a few toasts (their avocado option features sweet potato), bone broth, and smoothies on the menu. Carter told us this week that they will "be expanding in the weeks to come with many more things—a couple more bowls, breakfast sandwiches, prepared salads to-go, smoothies/smoothie bowls, matcha lattes."
Their current bowls feature items like turmeric-poached eggs, carrot ribbons, zucchini noodles, beef and lamb harissa meatballs, coconut curry, quinoa, jade rice, greens, pumpkin seeds, and a whole lot more—they range from $11 to $14, with the option to add avocado or a turmeric-poached egg for $2.50. A menu made for Instagram...
Honey Hi is located at 1620 W. Sunset Blvd. in Echo Park, and is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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