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Husband and wife Quinn and Karen Hatfield offer an elevated, market-driven dining experience.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Hatfield's Restaurant Review

: Husband and wife Quinn and Karen Hatfield have amassed a foodie following for their elevated, market-driven cuisine. They originally opened Hatfield's on Beverly Boulevard and later relocated to this larger space on Melrose Avenue with an exhibition kitchen, bar area and a conservatory with a "living wall" covered with plants. Start with sausage and beet green mezzalune or Quinn's version of the croque madame: yellowtail sashimi on grilled brioche with prosciutto and quail egg. Main dishes might include slow-cooked branzino with red onion soubise and sautéed haricots verts, and pan-roasted duck breast with Chinese broccoli, mustard-infused sweet potato, duck pastrami and a rye chip. If you think you're done, think again; you cannot leave without trying Karen's desserts, such as the "Sugar & Spice" beignets with Venezuelan chocolate fondue and a vanilla malted milkshake shot. To sample a range of dishes, opt for the four-course seasonal prix-fixe menu ($67). A vegetarian prix-fixe option is also available ($56). Consider making a selection from the creative wine list.

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