Occupying thee first phase of the Hub complex along with Yoga Shala and Akimi vegan hair salon. A gigantic garage door opens into an airy space half-filled with the open kitchen/counter, half with spacious wooden booths and an art gallery space in back. The menu consists of a variety of really unique, creative, internationally derived, seasonal dishes that focus on nutrition and flavor. Although their menu is no longer strictly vegan many of the selections are still animal product free. And if choices like Tandoor roasted corn on the cob with cotija cheese, lime juice & cayenne or the Crispy risotto cake with shaved baby fennel, lemon aioli, melted Walla Walla onions & arugula don't make your mouth water, you might want to check your plumbing.
This business has closed
Tie your thinning hair up in a ponytail, slip on your favorite Hawaiian shirt and Birkenstocks then rev up the convertible 'cause your heading to Mark Lindsay's Rock & Roll Cafe! Yes, finally, the frontman of the defunct rock band Paul Revere and the Raiders has opened a restaurant filled with memorabilia of his heyday along with the inexplicable addition of Meier & Frank memorabilia. Also among the resurrected; the menu from the late, lamented Hollywood soda fountain Yaws. But that's not all, there's also the "edgier" "Rockstar" menu. with items like "Rockin Rolls", "Freebird", "Funkadelic Fajitas" "Let's Go Surfin' Now"-grilled salmon with bacon on cauliflower and greens, along with a bevy of comparably named cocktails.
Bridges is a tiny breakfast place, and like most good ones in this town, it gets packed on the weekends. Their eggs benedict is delicious, as is their breakfast burrito, and the potatoes come loaded with flavorful garlic. Most of their ingredients are organic and/or local. Also of note, they serve one of the best mimosas (orange or grapefruit) in town.