New Spot in Silver Lake Offers Food, Coffee, and Local Goods

Silver Lake’s new cafe Scout is both a breakfast/lunch spot and a one-stop shop for creating a Los Angeles care package. You can find Scout in the space formerly occupied by Clover Juice, nestled in between sibling restaurants Kettle Black and Sawyer. The tiny shop—it’s only 240 square feet—still sells the cold-pressed juice brand, along with other familiar bottled beverages, including Better Booch and Matcha Bar.

That same local emphasis persists throughout the rest of Scout’s shop component. There’s pasta sauce from Kettle Black, jam from Sqirl, cookbooks from L.A. restaurants like Mozza and Gjelina, breads from Friends and Family, and a curated selection of vinyl via Dangerbird Records. These items co-exist with other general store staples, including chips, soda, cheese, and charcuterie. You can also pick up local and California wine and beer, the latter of which can be mix-and-matched into a six pack.

Of course, Scout is also a cafe. They serve smoothies, tea, and coffee and espresso courtesy of Portland’s Heart Roasters. They’ve got bright, fresh salads, bowls and sandwiches, as well as breakfast burritos and toasts.

Scout’s spicy chicken sandwich. Photo: Juliet Bennett Rylah

The spicy fried chicken sandwich with pickles is a solid choice, and so is the turkey sandwich with lemon thyme aioli, sprouts, and cheddar. For something lighter, they offer a refreshing take on a Cobb salad with soppressata, provolone and a tangy oregano vinaigrette. Prices hover between $9 and $14.

Though the narrow shop itself has no seating, there are a few tables and chairs set up on the sidewalk. Or, customers can use the free wi-fi and hang out inside Sawyer before Sawyer officially opens at 4 p.m. Scout is open daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Scout is located at 3707 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026

Popular Breakfast Spots In Los Angeles

Los Angeles has plenty of options when it comes to breakfast–food in general! Those with a 9-to-5 job, may not get to enjoy breakfast with friends during the week, but on the weekends–that’s an entire different story! Angelenos love to have brunch, some even tend to eat breakfast all day! 

Below are some of LA’s best breakfast destinations to enjoy over the weekend. 

Wexler’s Deli – 317 South Broadway at Grand Central Market in DTLA.
616 Santa Monica Blvd. in Santa Monica. 

Paper or Plastik – 5772 West Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles. 

Aroma Coffee & Tea – 4360 Tujunga Ave. in Studio City. 

Photos via Destroyer

Destroyer – 3583 Hayden Avenue in Culver City.

SquareOne_Yelp.jpgSquare One Dining – 4854 Fountain Ave. in Los Angeles.

Kitchen Mouse (Photo via Kitchen Mouse/Facebook)

Kitchen Mouse – 5904 North Figueroa St. in Los Angeles. 

Photo by Nadine C. via Yelp

NBC Seafood – 404 South Atlantic Blvd. in Monterey Park.

Photo via Manhattan Beach Post/Facebook
Manhattan Beach Post – 1142 Manhattan Ave. in Manhattan Beach.

Sherman Oaks' staff cook breakfast for agents


On Wednesday, November 16, Rodeo Realty’s Sherman Oaks manager Jason Katzman and staff from the office cooked breakfast for the agents. The staff put together the early event to thank all of the agents in the office for their hard work and dedication. Agents enjoyed a breakfast that included, eggs, bacon, sausage, waffles, and hash browns–all cooked by the staff!

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