Salt’s Cure moved from Weho to Hollywood a few years back, but now they’re using their original space for a breakfast-only spot. The menu is a simplified version of their full breakfast menu at the main location, so expect those ridiculously delicious oatmeal griddlecakes, a few sides, and some coffee. This is an order-at-the-counter situation, but to get a $10 breakfast of this caliber in under a half hour in West Hollywood is a miracle.
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