In true Dixieland style, Spoonful Restaurant has opened showcasing the Southern charm of Georgia-born restauranteur, Frank Foley, and the love of his home.

Foley, with his Executive Chef, Los Angeles newcomer Victor Calderon, is showcasing deep Southern flavors in lighter and surprising ways. Spoonful serves over 40 Southern varieties of whiskeys created in the South as well as wine and craft beers on tap.

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Just off the 101, Spoonful’s a Southern-themed Studio City gastropub that feels like you’re drinkeating on a Dixie farmhouse, minus the humidity/cheap paper cups.

Spoonful Restaurant LADown home cookin’ includes a fried chicken dinner with collard greens & mac and cheese, plus pulled-pork sliders with three types of BBQ sauce: Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina. Raise up, take your shirt off, twist it ’round your hand, spin it like a helicopter. Booze’s extra brown, with a cougarific 40+ whiskies (which they’ll ice w/ a single, circular cube from a Japanese-imported ice maker), plus there’s a list of cocktails that’re split between “pretty classic” (Rye Sazerac) and “pretty sure to make your date really, really confused” (Mannish Boy).

They’ve also got a curated, 10-draft craft beer list and six, over-the-bar flatscreens, all equipped with the full NFL package, perfect for watching that Shiancoe locker room video”   –