Bow & Truss Opens in LA's NoHo Neighborhood
Bow & Truss hits LA’s NoHo arts neighborhood
Bow & Truss, the most recent addition to the NoHo arts district, officially opens its doors Wednesday. The 5,000-square-foot venue which includes a patio, serves Latin American cuisine, craft beers, and handcrafted cocktails.
Bow & Truss is the second restaurant from Knitting Factory Entertainment, a music, television, film and theatrical event company, who opened The Federal Bar also in the NoHo neighborhood of Los Angeles in 2011.
Executive chef Stefhanie Meyers and chef consultant Shad Davis designed the menu to compliment the beer and cocktail selection constructed by Marcos Tello and Aidan Demarest of Tello Demarest Liquid Assets.
Bow & Truss offers 3,000 square feet of dining space plus an additional 2,000 square feet of outdoor space on their patio. The sleak modern design is complimented with a center island bar and exposed brick. Wooden benches anchor the side of the restaurant and a glass garage door leads patrons to the outdoor patio.
Appetizers range from $7 to $11 and main dishes are all under $30. The menu offers traditional fare like shrimp ceviche, lamb chops, and pan-seared chicken with hefty portions for two.
Variations on the traditional paella of chicken, meat, and seafood include earth paella, walking paella, and shelled paella.
Sean Flynn is a Junior Writer for The Daily Meal. Follow him on Twitter @BuffaloFlynn
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