Restaurateur Jeremy Fall recently celebrated the opening of Easy’s, a modern diner concept as part of Beverly Center’s high-end culinary upgrade. Easy’s offers an expanded food, drink, and cocktail menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The 20-seat counter space also features a 90-seat adjacent “patio” with a breathtaking view of Los Angeles.
Alongside Easy’s signature burger, the menu also offers affordable elevated versions of old-school diner fare including classic salads, deli sandwiches, as and all-day breakfast dishes. Putting a new twist on simple comfort food, a standout item to try is the marquee Duck Parmesan and Fried Chicken N’ Funnel Cake.
Easy’s also offers a full cocktail menu featuring playful takes on classics like a Kimchi-Five Spice Bloody Mary, a Cold Fashioned (cold brew Old Fashioned) and Kool Aid & rum cocktail on tap. Easy’s also provides vintage “Food Porn View-Masters” on each table, showcasing indulgent food images from the menu.
Fall, who successfully transitioned from nightlife to food and beverage, opened his first restaurant, Nighthawk: Breakfast Bar, serving cocktails and elevated breakfast fare for dinner. This is the fifth restaurant for J. Fall Group; additional concepts include Tinfoil in Highland Park, the soon to open Paperboy Pizza on the Santa Monica Promenade as well as Nighthawk: AM in Chicago, that is also opening a second location alongside Easy’s inside Beverly Center.
By Kinya Claiborne, STYLE & SOCIETY
Photo Credit: David Lee, Destination Luxury