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Fine dining and breathing at the Commissary

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A cozy greenhouse with vibrant plants aligning the transparent ceiling, Los Angeles just a glance away.

The Commissary rests on the second floor of the Line Hotel in Koreatown. Aside from being a hotspot for bloggers, this restaurant offers the freshest fruits and vegetables as an homage to local and hard-working farmers.

Created by the king of street food, Roy Choi, the menu consists of breakfast, brunch and dinner but with an ethnic twist. The sunny-side eggs are accompanied with a slightly spicy and roasted pepper. The clam chowder has a streak of Sriracha sauce above it’s heavenly seasoned surface.

With a glimmering pool beside it, the Commissary has a bar available that serves alcoholic beverages for those of legal age, delectable caffeinated cups and the most natural pineapple juice crafted.

Although the meals are on the pricier side, this is a definite stop for a treat-yourself day.

Additional information:

3515 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010

Accepts credit and debit cards

Reservations are encouraged