Smack dab on the Sunset Strip is the State Social House, your new favorite brunch spot in the heart of Hollywood. This neighborhood gastropub now features the Ultimate Brunch Menu, available from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and loaded with all your favorite dishes for that in-between meal bridging morning and afternoon. Add a soothing tea, a hearty cup of coffee, or a refreshing cocktail, and you have all the ingredients for a memorable meal along L.A.’s most notorious avenue.
Living up to its name, the State Social House offers a brunch menu that highlights the country’s best namesake dishes. East Coast flavors can be found in the New York Breakfast Sandwich, a Portuguese roll filled with bacon, an egg, cheese, and mayo. Midwestern taste buds are represented with two options: the Iowa Ranch Egg, with two eggs in any style, bacon or sausage, home potatoes, and toast; and Nebraska Steak and Eggs, encompassing marinated skirt steak, two eggs in any style, and home potatoes.
Southern palates will enjoy the Louisiana French Toast, which spotlights Golden Grahams-encrusted French toast, banana, walnuts, and blueberry compote. Moving farther west, Colorado Hash comes with two eggs in any style, peppers, home potatoes, onions, ham, cheddar, and a toasted croissant, or fill up on the New Mexico Ranchero (two eggs over easy, salsa, home potatoes). And at the coast, the California Benedict with turkey or smoked salmon, two poached eggs, avocado, croissant, home potatoes, and hollandaise will tickle your tongue, and the Arizona Burrito fills up on three eggs, chorizo, cheese, salsa, and home potatoes.
Pair your entrée with a bottomless cup of house-brewed coffee for a complete meal. Alternatively, kick it up a notch with an adult beverage that also happens to follow the national model. Tennessee Tea combines hot tea, whiskey, and honey, while Washington Cinnamon Apple drops a hot of Fireball whiskey in a pint of Angry Orchard hard apple cider. The classic Florida Mimosa is another bottomless option, and the Hawaii Mimosa adds a pineapple twist to this favorite cocktail. Finally, the Chicago Bloody Marys are unlimited at the Bloody Mary bar.
State Social House is open on weekdays for lunch, dinner, and dessert, as well as mid-day and late supper dining. Also, an expanded drinks and bottle menu with the finest vintages and drafts are offered. Start off with luxurious Kobe meatballs or rich mac and cheese made with three different cheeses and bacon, to name just two options. Looking for lighter options? The garden-fresh salads will satisfy vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores alike. Heartier eaters can peruse the sandwiches, including the WeHo or whiskey burger, or the gourmet pizzas and flatbreads. Want to really dig in? The main courses will satisfy with spaghetti, seared tuna, grilled chicken, BBQ skirt steak, wild salmon, Pacific bass, and prime ribeye steak.
State Social House has even more bonuses, including twenty TVs to watch live sports and big games, live music in the upstairs lounge, and a special area for smokers, as well as a dedicated cigar bar. Non-smokers won’t notice the smoking in the space next door, while smokers themselves can enjoy their cigar or cigarette in peace.
The menu at State Social House was created and assembled by Chef Vernon Cardenas, hailing from the Innovative Dining Group (responsible for Katana) and Pink Taco. His expert ways with fresh ingredients, new flavors, and intriguing combinations are immediately evident as soon as you sink your teeth into your dish of choice.
The legendary Sunset Strip may be known for its wild times and tall tales, but it also happens to be a dining destination for modern foodies and anyone looking for a satisfying meal. With State Social House, it’s a go-to brunch spot too. Name a destination in the United States, and the menu has it covered with a locally inspired dish that also happens to be delicious. From coast to coast and for every palate, State Social House has a dish that will leave you hoping your meal will never end.
Visit the State Social House:
8782 W Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
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Written by Jane Emery