Chef David LeFevre describes his region-defining flagship as a “social house,” and even if you don't really know what that means, you do feel it. Flip flop -wearing locals (“business casual” in South Bay terms) hover around communal tables shouting about waves and the Lakers, slugging happy hour bourbon cocktails, and munching on small bites like BACON CHEDDAR BUTTERMILK BISCUITS with maple butter. Biscuits, liquor, banter, weird tchotchkes on the walls—these are the makings of a neighborhood staple.
LeFevre keeps the menu board at MB Post (the cool kids don't fully spell it out). The POMEGRANATE COUSCOUS and ROASTED LAMB RIBS are kinda Middle Eastern-y, while the PORCHETTA, served with creamy smoked polenta, is kinda Italian-y . The only theme holding it all together is its being damn good food. Need further proof? THE ELVIS: a beautiful- bordering-on-grotesque mess of chocolate pudding, peanut butter mousse, and bacon brittle.
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
5:00pm - 10:00pm
* May vary and subject to change