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Four Cafe

2122 ½ Colorado Blvd. (Eagle Rock Blvd.) Send to Phone
323-550-1988 | Menu
A chef-artist couple combines health-conscious but compelling food and modern art in this hip, casual eatery.

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Open Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
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Four Cafe Restaurant Review

: Chef Michelle Wilton, whose résumé includes L’Orangerie, Patina and Sona, owns this sleek, modern-styled eatery with artist-husband Corey Wilton---both warm and welcoming. The modest yet stylish décor features Corey’s modern art, and his mother’s hand-blown glass lamps hang from the ceiling. The health-conscious menu features fresh, generously portioned salads (e.g. grilled flank steak salad with apple-shallot-soy vinaigrette, a lightly dressed grilled chicken Caesar with fried capers), and an English pea soup so velvety and flavorful it’s hard to believe it’s vegan. A pressed chicken sandwich derives added heft from Cowgirl Creamery’s Red Hawk triple crème cheese, and a PB&J satisfies the kids. Wilton spent most of her time in pastry kitchens, so her apple tart with shortbread crust or blood orange upside-down cake should not be overlooked. Four Café also makes its own naturally flavored sodas.
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