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In Los Angeles' Highland Park neighborhood, Café Birdie hints at the bistros of Paris' cobbled streets.

The Highland Park neighborhood in northeastern Los Angeles seems to have fresh creative outlets springing up every day. Café Birdie was greeted as a game-changer when it opened in 2016; the venue that solidified the area’s reputation as a place to eat, meet, and mingle. With its marble-top counters and high ceilings, the café has the flavor of a Parisian bistro. The menu—like the interior design—fuses Californian staples with Mediterranean references.

A true neighborhood spot, Café Birdie serves dinner every night and brunch on weekends.

Cafe Birdie
5631 North Figueroa Street
Los Angeles
California 90042
United States

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