By Caitlin Keller
11:09 AM PST, January 15, 2013
Chef Alan Jackson’s Lemonade, the cafeteria-style eatery with locations scattered around Los Angeles, is expected to open up shop on Larchmont Boulevard come Feb. 1.
Like the locations in Venice, Pasadena and downtown (to name a few), Larchmont Village’s Lemonade aims to serve healthful and seasonally-inspired dishes, offering marketplace salads, soups, slow-cooked braises, sandwiches and an array of signature lemonades with flavors such as blueberry mint, ginger guava and watermelon rosemary. Menu items will include soba noodles with kimchi-marinated vegetables and toasted peanuts, farro with artichoke, yellow beets and red radish, red miso beef short ribs and more.
Lemonade’s newest addition will feature indoor and outdoor seating in its 2,000-square-foot space located just a few blocks from Paramount Pictures. Lemonade in Larchmont Village will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
626 N. Larchmont Blvd., L.A., www.lemonadela.com.
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