Flying Pig Cafe; Asian/Pacific Cuisine; Downtown Los Angeles
The Flying Pig has landed in Little Tokyo, Arts District. StomachLife boarded the local Los Angeles subway once more and payed him a visit. What better place than Little Tokyo to have our very own Flying Pig Café. Little Tokyo Arts District is known for its unique street inspired shops, followed by local artist where they gather around to get a taste of art, fashion, food and Happy Hour Delights!
The famous Flying Pig Truck, which I’m sure most of you foodies follow on @FlyingPigTruck, has opened its doors this June ‘11 to their very own restaraunt a 77-seat Little Tokyo cafe serving lunch and dinner. It sits on one of the best blocks of Central Avenue, 2 blocks away from LA’s Little Tokyo Arts District Gold Line Train stop and surrounded by other restaurants like Yogurt Land, Johnny Rockets, Green Bamboo, but Flying Pig Cafe stands strong and sets the trend for everyone else.
Crisp, Fresh, New and cool like its owner Joe Kim, who throws up his Hawaiian deuces to us in a flick, and the Flying Pig’s loyal followers of this unique modern cafe, welcome Los Angeles Hipsters and business people alike. You can’t resist the urban chic decor with bright white leather couches, two featured murals by Australian graffiti artist Stuart Stark, one with a pig flying over downtown Los Angeles in the main dining area and another decorative black chalkboard that groomed taggers are welcomed to ”hit up”. Fun, interactive and something to do while waiting for the restroom, was my personal favorite.
Cafe Hours Mon. - Sun. 11:00am - 12am
Happy Hour Menu items $5 Mon - Fri. 5pm - 7pm
Special thanks to @flyingpigcafe