When one of our own traveled down to LA for Memorial Day weekend, we knew she’d be dining at some fabulous new eateries. Little did we know she’d be scoping out the vegetarian scene in Los Angeles when she brought back word of a one-of-a-kind eatery called The Butcher’s Daughter.
With locations on both coasts, The Butcher’s Daughter calls on the slaughtering of vegetables, not meat, and serving them up as you would with any carne-packed dish. If you’re not hungry, don’t worry, they have plenty of smaller options to choose from. Try their market soups for a sip of their freshest ingredients, or opt for a smoothie or cold-pressed juice instead.
Not only are we loving their farm-to-fork style setup, we’re also going ga-ga over their interior space. Modern with a touch of femininity, the establishment strikes a well-thought out balance between trendy and classic. Not too bold and bright, The Butcher’s Daughter features mixed metals, durable surfaces, and lots of rustic wood, perfect for enjoying a Brass Monkey– banana, peanut butter, raw honey, almond milk, and maca smoothie — or digging into an artichoke + olive pizza which we might substitute for our usual pizza pie.
Let us know what you think should you decide to take a visit!