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The Morrison

3179 Los Feliz Blvd. (between 5 Freeway and Garden Ave.), Los Angeles (Atwater Village), CA 90039; 323-667-1839

The Delicious Deal
30% off lunch or dinner*
*Please note: this special is not valid on alcohol. For BBE VIPs with extended redemption time: not valid July 4; Available daily (Sun-Thurs 12pm-11pm; Fri-Sat 12pm-1am); Max party: 4; Minimum purchase of one entrée per person; Dine-in only; Not valid on happy hour or any with any other discounts or promotions.

Must use your passcode by: June 22, 2014
Time left to get your passcode: Expired on Apr. 22, 2014

Forget what you thought you knew about The Morrison—a modern pub in the heart of Los Feliz. The nearly two-year-old eatery has boldly swapped its Scottish fare for a burgers-only menu, ditching meat pies and fish and chips in favor of burgers and burger-like sandwiches. The Morrison Filet Burger is vying to be LA’s best, and does so simply with seared filet mignon, port salut cheese and mild marrow butter. Meat-free options are just as rich: the braised-portobello Shroomer and the quinoa and squash Atwater Veggie are equally flavorful and hearty, and a beer pairing is listed with each sandwich to take the guesswork out of finding a complementary ale, stout, or pilsner. The side dishes will steal the show if you let them, particularly the fried brussels sprouts topped with crushed hazelnuts and the delicately crisped maui onion rings, but if you leave before trying the mildly addictive, pillow-soft butterscotch bread pudding topped with a heaping ice cream scoop, it’s no one’s fault but your own.

full menu - !food-menu/cdeq

menu musts

Morrison Filet Burger
Atwater Veggie
Maui onion rings
Fried brussels sprouts
Butterscotch bread pudding
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eye for design
Modern and moody, the masculine grey décor mirrors the serious-yet-inviting menu. The oversized booths are separated by single metal chains and the L-shaped bar nearly stretches across the entire length of the restaurant.

sip on this
The Scottish cuisine may be gone, but the extensive whiskey menu is bigger and better than ever. The bourbon, rye, and single malt options are staggering, featuring more than 100 varieties from Japan, Ireland, the US, and yes, Scotland.



Sun–Thu noon–midnight; Fri–Sat noon–1 AM

price range for dinner entrées

$8 (Cheesester) to $15 (Morrison filet burger)

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