Review: Silver Lake's All Day Baby shine at breakfast and lunch

If you’re thinking about which hour to visit Silver Lake’s buzzing new morning-to-night restaurant All Day Baby, start by going for breakfast.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 12, 2020
If you’re thinking about which hour to visit Silver Lake’s buzzing new morning-to-night restaurant All Day Baby, start by going for breakfast. Open the double-glass door and walk into a daydream of the American corner diner. A compact coffee...
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