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5542 W. Pico Blvd. (S. Curson Ave.) Send to Phone
A one-of-a-kind café combining European charm, South American hospitality and casual pan-Latin food.

Breakfast & Lunch Tues.-Sun., Dinner Tues.-Sat.

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: Bringing a European sort of charm and South American hospitality to the local dining scene, Posh is a one-of-a-kind café. Order at the counter, where you can examine many of the goods, featuring authentic dishes from Mexico and all points south, including empanadas, tamales, daily changing flavors of aguas frescas, and breakfast tortilla de patata served all day. The Cuban sandwich is a classic. And the burger, a Mexi-American hybrid, oozes with fresh cut tomatoes, lettuce and a spicy secret sauce, all piled high on a freshly made bun. Tongue-tingling ginger lemonade is as hard as the drink offerings get. Desserts are in the all-American vein with the best of Susina and La Brea bakeries prominently displayed in the glass case. Although counter ordering gives the restaurant a casual appeal, from that point on it's table service---with glittering tea lights in the evening lending an intimacy to the cozy, café-style dining area.
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