Nestled in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake community is a small yet bold American gastropub with a unique and flavorful menu that has put it’s stamp on the Silver Lake scene. After opening in 2012, Black Hogg, Los Angeles quickly established itself as a tasty go-to and a neighborhood staple. With head chef Eric Park at the helm, this California kitchen produces what has been called “rustic-urban cooking” and maintains a very “meat-centric” menu. Park, an alumnus of the French Culinary Institute in New York is no stranger to the kitchen, having worked in some of New York’s top restaurants including Spotted Pig and Eleven Madison Park.
Park’s menu offers staples like a buttery lamb burger, or a roast marrow bone with cilantro radish salad and corn tortillas. You can pair your meal with either a wine or beer from their small but well curated selection which offers locally produced wines from Sonoma, St. Lucia, and Napa Valley.
Black Hogg is a contemporary treat brought to life by Eric Park’s inventive menu and big, bold flavors in a tiny space. Black Hogg continues with the daring profiles that have made it a comforting mainstay for the culinary adventurous Los Angeles diner, as well as a trusted neighborhood cornerstone. Black Hogg is an ideal spot for any wine lover, foodie, or L.A. locals looking for a dynamic new spot to dine.