Great White Adding Hancock Park Location

The neighborhood café is looking at a location on Larchmont Blvd.
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Sam Trude and Samuel Cooper, the duo behind Great White Venice, have filed for a liquor license for a new venture at 244 N. Larchmont Blvd. The space was previously occupied by Cafe Parisien and Prado Restaurant.

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Great White Venice, at at 1604 Pacific Ave., is a casual café with a focus on fresh, local cuisine paired with great coffee. It’s open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks.

The popular Venice restaurant is a “neighborhood focused, coastal-Californian café,” according to the Great White website. The menu includes seasonal, organic produce from Californian growers and features smoothies, salads, wraps, sandwiches, burgers, and pizza.

They use the same approach for Great White’s wine program, which delivers fun, bright and crushable wines made by small and independent producers, according to the website.

The new restaurant space is approximately 1,650 square feet and is on one of Los Angeles’ “most walkable streets.” It’s nestled in between Hancock Park, Larchmont, and Windsor Square neighborhoods.

Sara Hall

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