2852 W. Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Fri, 08/07/2015, 8:30pm reservation
Black Hogg is one of those restaurants that you wish could exist in every little borough of Los Angeles. Nestled in Silverlake, it was a hidden gem that truly brought good food without being overly pretentious. Unfortunately, Chef Eric Park decided to close up shop on Sunday, August 9th, 2015 to spend some quality time with his family (which I think is very admirable). Lucky for me, I was able to savor a few of his dishes before he had his last service.
The restaurant is fairly small. The ambiance definitely has a cool, hipster vibe. Simple decor with industrial lights create a very casual and comfortable atmosphere. The chairs were the best (super comfy)! If getting a table doesn't suit your needs, you could opt for the bar and have a drink with a band member or two.
|DOMAINE LA HITAIRE BLEND, SOUTHWEST FRANCE 2013 ($8.00/GLASS): This was light, simple and refreshing. It is reminiscent of a table wine and was very easy to drink. It was a perfect glass for a perfect Friday night.
|The chicken condiments
Notable dishes: Popcorn Bacon and Bone Marrow Street Corn
|Thanks Chef Eric Park for an amazing meal!