Even in burger-crazed Los Angeles, the opening of the first Father’s Office in Santa Monica in 2008 was a major event, thanks to chef Sang Yoon’s signature Office Burger: dry-aged strip steak, Maytag blue cheese, arugula and onion compote. No substitutions or additions are allowed, and ketchup is forbidden (there’s aioli for the fries instead). Today there are two locations—the second is in Culver City—both with an excellent selection of beer on tap, from superhoppy California IPAs to rare Belgian ales.
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From Food & Wine , MAR 2003
The narrow room has a few bistro tables in the front and an old-fashioned bar in the back. There's no table service...MORE
From Food & Wine , JAN 2007
For great burgers and beyond; more outposts are...MORE
From Food & Wine , JUN 2012
At Father’s Office in Los Angeles, bartenders use both mezcal and tobacco-infused syrup to flavor the Oaxacan Fizz....MORE
From Food & Wine , APR 2010
Sang Yoon sells both wine and beer on draft at the Culver City branch of his...MORE