Healthy, seasonal restaurant Lemonade has signed a lease for the 626 North Larchmont space, formerly occupied by Larchmont Larder.
Lemonade specializes in serving California comfort food “cafeteria style”. They will offer catering and an extensive “grab and go” menu at the Larchmont Village location. They plan to open early 2013.
Lemonade is the concept of restauranteur Alan Jackson. Jackson uses fresh ingredients as the foundation for his beautiful array of salads, braises, soups…and of course, lemonades. There are generally about 6 freshly prepared lemonades on the menu – including original, blueberry mint, blood orange and cucumber mint.
The Larchmont Village location will add to the growing list of Lemonades in LA – now more than 9 – including the one over near Cedars Sinai on Beverly Boulevard and Almont.
North Larchmont (NoLA) is becoming a mecca for healthy eats…Cafe Gratitude, coffee + food and now Lemonade. Lots of great choices!
Website – Lemonade
Mary has lived in the Hancock Park area for over 20 years - including homes in Larchmont Village and Windsor Square. Mary has lived in some great places in her life - but none compare to the convenience and majesty of our neighborhood. For Mary, the neighborhood has been a wonderful home to her large, extended family...at one time she had family members living on seven different Hancock Park area blocks! Larchmont Buzz is a labor of love - built to celebrate the neighborhood and to elevate the conversation in the area.
5 thoughts on “LA Restaurant Chainlet Lemonade Coming to Larchmont Village”
One of these days the Northside of the ‘mont will be a happening place.
I miss independent businesses on either side of the ‘mont.
I’ll drive out of my way to avoid a chain store.
sorry to see the Larder go but Lemonade will be a nice addition to the street. I’ve been to the one in Brentwood and it’s very nice. Nice to see that Larchmont north of Beverly is getting better all the time!
I visited Lemonade at MOCA downtown and loved the food. Regarding the new moniker NoLA, I can’t say I’m a fan.