The Rose Café has been around since 1979 and underwent a nice little facelift three years ago to bring it up to speed. Chef Jason Neroni takes global influences from his travels and mixes them with the restaurant’s base of Southern California Cuisine. Not only is the food impressive but the decor and space is so inviting. With the help of local Venice artist Craig Stecyk, the walls reflect a lot of history from the neighborhood through photography as well as bright eye catching posters.
The standout of the night hands down was the Brentwood sweet corn agnolotti made Mexican street corn style with cotija, tajin and lime. Oh. My. Goodness. I can tell you for certain that every time I go back to this place I will be ordering this dish. It’s perfect! Everything was wonderful including the cocktails (try the Sea Cucumber – refreshing and not too sweet). Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner – try it all!