Now open for dinner is SON’S ADDITION from husband and wife Nick Cobarruvias and Anna Sager Cobarruvias. He was previously chef de cuisine at Marlowe, and Anna will be the GM (she has been working in restaurants since she was 15).
This 24th Street restaurant features an eclectic and seasonal menu, with dishes like bacon-kimchi deviled eggs with green onion and black sesame seed; uni tostada with charred avocado; and poached chicken and crispy skin with coconut rice and fermented soybean salsa. Larger plates include five-spice braised lamb shank with goat cheese polenta, dino kale, and fried bread-shiso gremolata (just in time for fall). They are also parents and want to offer some family-friendly options, so they have added a kids’ menu that extends beyond chicken tenders.
The wine list was assembled by beverage director Ryan Hess, owner of Vinoteque on Melrose in Los Angeles, with plenty of international selections by the glass and bottle (featuring very vivid descriptions), plus six local beers on tap.
The space was designed with Dan Vickery, with 52 seats (and 24 outside at the five sidewalk tables). The space features an airy look, with white, pale gray, and blue-green tones, plus a reclaimed walnut bar and Mexican tiles.
Hours are Sun-Wed 5pm-10pm and Thu-Sat 5pm-11pm. Brunch service will be coming soon. 2990 24th St. at Harrison.
The airy interior. Yelp photo by Xteethx B.