Stories about Atrium

Take-Out Tip of the Day: Satisfying Suppers from Local Fave Atrium

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • April 7, 2020

It’s #takeouttuesday, and if you’re supremely bored by your attempts at home cooking, now is the time for some relief. Atrium in Los Feliz, one of our favorite local spots, is offering a number of items from chef-partner Hunter Pritchett’s

globetrotting menu via Caviar and Grubhub. View this post on Instagram A post shared by atrium (@atriumlosfeliz) on Mar 10, 2020 at 4:12pm PDT The crispy pork schnitzel with sugar snap peas and lemony miso is comfort food with a kick, while a hulking head of


L.A.’s 10 Best New Restaurants of 2019

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • December 17, 2019

might almost miss the narrow entrance to Atrium walking down Vermont Avenue—but don’t. It leads into a great neighborhood restaurant that the bustling stretch has long needed: a place that works for multiple occasions. An early brunch with a baby in tow

wall are the best seats in the house; request them when making a reservation. Atrium, 1816 N. Vermont Ave., Los Feliz | $$ The name might be generic, but this recently opened spot in the old Malo space at Sunset Junction is anything but. On one side

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In Need of Space for Outdoor Dining, These Local Restaurants Got Creative

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • August 31, 2020

so that it appears to have trendy concrete floors. It “mimics the feel of our historic atrium and dining room,” says Walter of the outdoor space, which holds 25 tables. The owners of Dear John’s in Culver City took more drastic measures to translate

Review: Second A.O.C. in Brentwood boosts L.A. dining scene

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 22, 2021

the glassed-in atrium and created an overall tone that’s clubbier and more timeless. Step to the right of the entrance into a dim room that retains the long bar from its Tavern days. Shades of charcoal, eggplant and walnut set the mood. A drink called

These Local Restaurants Are Taking Delivery and Take-Out Orders So We Can Self-Isolate Deliciously

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • March 17, 2020

all day, keeping you fed with a wide menu with everything from salads and sandwiches to pastas and pizzas–not to mention pre-mixed cocktails and sauces and supplies for your DIY meals. How to order: Caviar Atrium: One of our favorite restaurants of

2019, Atrium, hasn’t usually offered take out or delivery, but these are unusual times. Give them a ring and they’ll pack a meal up for you to pick up. Delivery will be added in a few days. How to order: Call 323-607-6444  View this post on Instagram A

Start the day at a Taiwanese breakfast pop-up in Chinatown

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 11, 2021

film; one more with Daniel Craig?) operates out of a kitchen at the end of a central atrium. A cloud bank of red paper lanterns roils over the ceiling like a turbulent sunset. The food is available only for pickup. While the staff finishes assembling

5 L.A. Restaurants Serving Better-Than-Basic Brunch

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • October 4, 2019

., downtown. Atrium View this post on Instagram A post shared by atrium (@atriumlosfeliz) on Sep 22, 2019 at 9:43am PDT Chef Hunter Pritchett strives for brunch to have the same eclectic, international feel as his dinner menu. “We just sort of keep that same

Why Caviar Is Coveted (and Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of It)

Jean Trinh • Los Angeles Magazine • October 22, 2019

that when they think they don’t like caviar, what they really don’t like is bad caviar,” he says. “And then they get to experience something better, and they find it awakens them.” Where to get the goods… Atrium View this post on Instagram A post shared

by atrium (@atriumlosfeliz) on May 12, 2019 at 7:39am PDT When Atrium chef and partner Hunter Pritchett dreamt up his version of chicken and waffles, he says he wanted something to “push the flavor to its apex.” Caviar was the answer. “Fried chicken

How to butterfat-wash Scotch for a boozy apple cocktail that tastes like Christmas

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 5, 2019

The palm trees on the wallpaper and the backlit glass blocks behind the bar at Pinky’s, a new cocktail bar across the alley from Atrium restaurant in Los Feliz, give major “Miami Vice” vibes. The bar is named for Pinky, a once-famous dancing

Are L.A. restaurants and diners ready for masked servers and temperature checks?

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • April 16, 2020

part owner of Atrium in Los Feliz. “Before our temporary closure, we were practicing most of these measures,” he said. “I imagine upon reopening, we will take your temperature at the front door with an infrared thermometer, [you’ll] be handed a single