Hatchet Hall

New American
$ $ $
12517 W Washington Blvd (Wasatch Avenue)
Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 391-4222
5:30pm - 2:00am
5:30pm - 2:00am
5:30pm - 2:00am
5:30pm - 2:00am
5:30pm - 2:00am
5:30pm - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:15pm
5:30pm - 2:00am


  • The food was good but the service was pretty terrible and the menu (and especially wine list) are a mess. It's like nobody at this place has ever been to a restaurant before.
  • This may be one of the best restaurants in LA. Menu brings together some American culinary history with modern California cooking. High brow ingredients, low country soul, raw and elegant cooking.
  • Theres a side room that works great for 8-12 ppl and has relatively low minimums for groups. Food and atmosphere is amazing. If you stay after for a drink they have the old man bar next door.
  • Great spicy margs
  • The cornbread with honey and butter is straight out of the oven and delicious. Also the whole fish!
  • highly recommend the hen and pork loin. Also the dinning hall for private parties was incredible.
  • Solid whiskey selection. Don't order the house barrel eagle rare. Food is delicious.
  • Corn bread is fantastic. Game hen is also delicious, and you can't go wrong with the bourbon list. Service also phenomenal.
  • Everything is good. Great bar, oysters, low lighting and the dark small bar next door is the ish!!
  • Seriously pricey, $57 for duck, $17 for spring pea salad, $42 for lamb filet, $11 for dessert. Food was good but at those prices it's more of an special event kind of place, which is not the vibe
  • Hatchet Hall is pure Southern comfort. The food is down-home cooking, but Brian is really thoughtful about it. There is a story behind every dish, and he always cooks with the seasons.
  • Every dish is a home run.
  • I love this spot! Beautiful outdoor seating and delicious seasonal menu. Get the benne rolls, always. The stone bowl (nectarine with farmers cheese and ham) is bomb, if in season.
  • Progressive southern cuisine
  • Please order the livers!
  • Brian Dunsmoor's ode to Southern cooking continues to produce some of the city's finest American cuisine, with a bent toward using fresh produce and deep flavors.
  • Get the rolls and the ham. You're welcome.
  • Don't be a fool and not get the rolls. The ham was also exceptional and combined with the rolls makes a good meal on it's own. The pork chop....perfection!
  • Great cocktails in The Old Man Bar!
  • Rolls are amazing. Chicken liver must get. Porkchop perfectly cooked. Service great food great. BUT THE DOUCHE IN THE TRACK JACKET with tattoo sleeves ruined the experience. Will never go back.

Nearby places

12517 West Washington Blvd (Wasatch Ave)
12550 W Washington Blvd (at Neosho Ave)
12477 W Washington Blvd (at Wasatch Ave.)