This restaurant is one of several Eric Greenspan eateries. Eric was one of the first celebrity chefs in LA with his restaurant The Foundry and his defeat of Bobby Flay on Iron Chef. Anyway back to the food. JoAnn had the Pancake Lasagna and I had the Chorizo Waffles. Both were unique and tasty mine was a crispy waffle with bits of Chorizo that you could dip in Agave syrup with a side of a Sunny side up Egg in rich Mole Sauce. Interesting concept that really worked it wasn't overly sweet, spicy or savory it was a great balance of all. The Pancake Lasagna was a layers of Pancakes, Canadian Bacon, Cheese and Egg with a drizzle of syrup. Hands down the winner for taste and simple creativity. So if you are in the Mid Wilshire area and looking for a great place to stay or just hang out on a nice day go the The Roof on Wilshire it will not disappoint great food with a relaxed vibe.
While there I met Eric's business partner Jay Perrin and he told me of a great new fine dining restaurant they will be opening near The Foundry.
From the restaurant we walked over to the Diane Von Furstenburg exhibit at the LACMA which was one of the exhibitions we wanted to see while in LA. JoAnn has been waiting for 2 months to go to the event and it was well worth it. Number 1 entry is free, number 2 it covers the history of the wrap dress which occurred during the 70's an iconic creative time in the history of the US.