TUE ~ FRI: 5PM–10PM
SAT: Brunch 10am-2pm Dinner 5pm-10p,
SUN: Brunch 10am-2pm Dinner 5PM–9PM
Went for a little solo happy hour and couldn’t have been more pleasant! Great service and a fun happy hour menu with a good variety. I got the corn dogs, kale salad, and a olive oil cake I will be dreaming about for years.
The space is so gorgeous, I felt relaxed and taken care of.
The Red Herring is such a wonderful place to dine. It has a very interesting menu, tasty food, great service, and half priced bottled wine on Tuesday nights.... The draw is the food and the service, what more could you ask for... We keep coming back to taste everything on the menu, over and over again.
The food is amazing. Do yourself a favor and order several apiztizers to share. And share the entre as well. This will allow you to try as many of their amazing dishes as possible.
My husband and I had a lovely date night meal at Red Herring. We shared the yam fritters and beet and freekeh salad—both were excellent. I had an amazing raviolo filled with egg yolk and topped with a pesto sauce, a hearty and comforting main course. My husband had the local catch, a rock fish over smoked potatoes, very rich and flavorful. The staff are always delightful and the ambiance is perfect for a casual date or special occasion.
Fun and non pretentious place with a cool and hip interior. Good food and great service. Will go back for sure.
Really like food, ambience and especially the corner booth.
Will be back
My wife and I enjoyed our visit. The service was considerate and well done . We shared the crab cakes fr appetizer and that was adequate, my wife liked it more than I. We had the pork chop, nice size well cooked on a bed of creamy horseradish and baked apple slices in a sauce, very tasty and filling. I had a side of Kale which had a vinaigrette that was quite tasty. My wife had the fried chicken and waffles which she enjoyed quite a bit and a side of fries that were some of the best I've had in a long time. We would definitely go back but it is a very limited menu with no specials. No whiskey but a good selection of beer and wine and some creative wine cocktails.
Nina was our food server and she was great!! From the start we were greeted w smiles. Six of us and we enjoyed four starters- cant say i had a favorite as they all tasted wonderful and each had its own unique delicious flavors. We moved onto entrees and drinks- and did not hesitate to order all the desserts we good. Elvis was wonderful- the pots de creme creamy like silk down your throat, the peach pie didn’t even need the ice cream but sure complimented it, the lemon olive cake w strawberries soaked on Marsala wine...need i say more? Amazing evening, lovely location a local gem.
Friendly, hospitable customer service. American food with unique stylistic twists. Beautiful interior details. My family enjoyed our dinner there thoroughly
We love Red Herring. It is not inexpensive. My sea bass was EXCELLENT. My husband who is not a complainer just told me this morning that his pork chop had too much fat. Because we were taking guests he did not complain, he is also not one to make a fuss. He believes he received a fluke, bad cut. We will be back.
My favorite brunch in Eagle Rock! Good drinks too.
Fabulous brunch at bargain prices. Creative menu and unusual cocktails.
Very tasty and enjoyable... the service was attentive and friendly and the food unexpectedly delicious
We had breakfast, and it was nothing out of the ordinary. For the price, there are many better options. The service was forced and sparse. We won't be back most likely.
Check it out! Nice menu. Delicious food. Wine and beer only. Very clean bathroom. Street parking.
This was our first brunch experience. As always, excellent quality, great selection (although limited), and friendly service.
First time for brunch. Delicious eggs Benedict! Eggs perfectly cooked and very nice crab cakes. Friend had and was thrilled with biscuits and gravy. Also took home a rosemary and apricot scone that I didn’t even reheat when I ate it late at night. I’d intended to eat only half of it but .... too yummy. Service was exceptional — knowledgeable, kind, professional and seamless. We went with recommendations and were not sorry. Will go again...and again. Thank you Red Herring.
The food and service were both wonderful. Our family felt like we were part of theirs. From the moment we walked in, till we closed the front door behind us heading back to our car, we were treated with fantastic hospitality and fed delicious food. The true beautiful meaning behind having a restaurant in the first place. Well done. Keep up the great effort, because it surely shows. See you all soon!
Food was good. Service was good. Menu choices were limited. Pork chop was good but had a lot of fat on it. Linguini with mussels had some mussels that were undercooked. Dessert choice that was recommended, tasted a little strange. Will return for brunch.
We live in the area and this restaurant is one of the best choices around for quality dining. The food is always good and their brunch, in particular, is outstanding. Ambience is also nice, especially the upstairs dining room which features large open windows that bring in fresh air (especially welcome on mornings or evenings). It's not cheap but the quality of the food more than justifies the price. You can tell they really care about serving delicious food. Worth a try if you live in the area or are just visiting the Eagle Rock/Highland Park area.
Our hospitality hostess was so wonderful, the food was amazing, and the decor was so cute, inside and out.
Red Herring was the perfect location for our Saturday brunch. The upstairs ambiance is cute with vibrant wallpaper and an eclectic design. The food was a nice balance of California style and comfort. The prices were moderate. We didn't try the cocktails, but they looked great. Would highly recommend for a nicer casual-style get-together.
a pleasant find in the Eagle Rock vicinity. Not on a pretty street etc but food was surprisingly good, well executed, and the team very accommodating. The simplest dessert of sorbet... all such are made in house, was positively wonderful: a strawberry orange mint concoction.
Also started with a creative well executed cocktail.
Biggest disappointment was lack of full bar and sad attempt to have "cocktails".
Beautiful & comfortable building remodel and inside decor. Excellent, friendly staff and outstanding food
Excellent brunch at Red Herring last weekend. Excellent food, and our server Eva was great!
Absolutely Loved everything about this place. Food was fantastic! Services was great! Chef Dave is one of a kind!! Will definitely be back!!
We were a group of 8 for brunch and sat downstairs. The food was high quality and the portions were almost too big. Prices for the quality and portion size were excellent. I had the breakfast ceasar, which was dressed a little too much and could have used a lemon wedge or two on the side for some acidity. I ate it all nonetheless. Two friends got the breakfast sandwich and it was devoured. No cocktails were ordered but will likely next time.
Five star experience! Everything was so on point. Mussels & pasta was some of the best I’ve ever had in my entire life.
Great innovative appetizers.... sweet potato fritters are my favorite. There were 6 of us we each ordered something different :
Fish, chicken and waffles, pasta and risotto.... loved it all!
We had a fine dinner. Yellowtail dish and the corn risotto were standouts. A little pricier than expected for a neighborhood place.
This is a gem in Eagle Rock. The food is exceptional and the prices reasonable. Try try the liver pate.
Inventive, delicious food with excellent service. Recommend.
We went for the Dine LA experience and everything on that menu was delicious and very affordable for what we were given. Very cute restaurant, I'm already keeping it mind to recommend to my friends for date night options!
Food was a wonderful take on comfort-style food. Service was excellent and servers were very friendly and helpful. The ambiance was a classy casual modern vintage that was very inviting and comfortable.
We went during DineLA. The ambiance is great and so is the decor. We came toward the tail end of the night and the server made it well known that they were closing in 45 min. No water refills even though we ordered drinks from the bar. The food was good but we wished we ordered from the regular menu and not from DineLA. We will try once more to see if we have a better experience.
Beautifully crafted comfort food created (and curated) with passion and precision. The pork shoulder and mac and cheese (don't forget the cured-in-house bacon chunks!) are as eye-opening as they are mouth-watering. Pair with the complex flavors and textures of the Butter Lettuce Salad for complete palate engagement.
From the bar, we loved the Boss of Bubbles (rich, sweet and fizzy) and the Exaltation of Grapefruit (refreshingly tart and tantalizingly spicy).
Finish the evening off with a Chocolate Pot de Crème or totally self-described The Elvis. Full weighted but not heavy, these delicacies are a perfect counterpoint to the robust main courses.
Service is impeccable and friendly without being stuffy. Lewis and staff were attentive yet not intrusive (important when your crew has a lot of catching up to do). The bright space and rich color palette created an easy-going environment that matched both service and culinary delights.
Highly recommended. We'll definitely be back.
The dine LA menu for restaurant week rocked - loved the cornbread! The house made linguine with clams blew my mind!
I’m disappointed in our experience. The flowers were wilted on the table. The upstairs dining room was fairly empty yet they sat us against a bare wall which was ugly. Our steaks were over done. The service was attentive and the wine was good. It’s my 4th time there and I was bummed. It was mediocre at best.