Restaurant Reviews


March 31, 2015

After hearing the rave reviews I decided to go to Grub with my family for brunch.

The Shut-Up-and-Give-it-to-Me-Quick Version:

Good, not great.
The “good, not great” says it all. Nothing special, the grilled cheese was the only “great” part.

The I-Like-to-be-Wrapped-Up-in-All-the-Details Version:

We arrived at a perfect time, shortly after we were seated a bit of a crowd followed and people had to wait. We sat outside (80 degree weather, thank you LA), they have a cute little patio that is shaded, but gets all the natural light. If you are a larger party I would suggest going at an off time because they only have 2 tables for larger parties outdoors. The service was just okay, but the food was timely.

What we ate:

  • Grilled Cheese ($13.50)
  • French Toast ($10.99)
  • Millionaire’s bacon ($5.25)

Brunch Hours
Sat – Sun  9 a.m. – 3 p.m.


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The grilled cheese was the best dish ordered. It was very cheese and the tomato soup was really good. It would’ve been a real winner with better bread, but it was very tasty nonetheless.

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My French toast, which I was told is a must-order, disappointed. The croissant sounded very promising, but it was flat and while it wasn’t soggy, it didn’t boast any of the elements that make a croissant so great. The best part was the raspberry butter, but the whole dish was just sort of blah.

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The bacon came in a generous portion, but I wasn’t a fan. The flavor was too intense to eat it all and it wasn’t crispy.The restaurant was just okay and I don’t think I’ll be going back.

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