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American Restaurant$$
Today 8AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PM
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Brentwood Country Mart 225 26th St #25 Santa Monica, CA 90402
225 26th Street #25USCaliforniaSanta Monica90402
$$American RestaurantToday 8AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PM
Saturday 8AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PMSunday 8AM–2PM, 5–9PMMonday 7:30–11AM, 11:15AM–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PMTuesday 7:30–11AM, 11:15AM–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PMWednesday 7:30–11AM, 11:15AM–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PMThursday 7:30–11AM, 11:15AM–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PMFriday 7:30–11AM, 11:15AM–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PM
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Eatery serves market-driven breakfast, lunch & family-style dinners in a modern, barnlike setting.- Google
"The frittata tasted healthy, and the granola homemade."
"Great experience on the fried chicken night."
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Shagane Barsegian Launey
6 months ago
We've been going Sunday nights for the last few times and it's been sad to see the menu cheapen. Today's dinner felt like KFC with very thick batter and undercooked chicken, ok polenta, buratta salad with too dry & green of tomatoes, premade pickled artichoke, way too strong of a cheese and a low effort semolina lemon cake. Kids pasta was regular out of the box pasta, wish it was fresh made. For $150 not good enough, not fresh enough and not seasonal. Too formulaic. Not a fan of getting the check when i did not ask for it either.
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Bob Partridge
2 months ago
Not cheap, but everything is quality and executed well... One complaint, expect to wait a few minutes even if you made a reservation.
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Sarah Minerella
a year ago
First of all, I LOVE the rustic decor of the place. Second of all, best french toast EVER! Lastly, the service is always fantastic. The end.
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Cyro Freitas
a year ago
The service was excellent. The food is a bit pricey for a breakfast. If you are not used to exotic plates, with different ingredients, you won't like it. It wasn't the great for me, but I would come back. My wife didn't like it. It's a matter of personal taste. The plates we order were not much filling. I would give a 3.5.
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Diego Puch
11 months ago
Food tastes good, but is on the smaller size in terms of portions and is higher priced because of the fresh and unique ingredients they use. Seating is shared in a long table when it's full especially on the weekends. If you need to wait for a table they have a small, but delectable bakery, cheese, coffee and sundry shop. Again, prices are a bit high for everything but you find some different items that you wouldn't normally find at a chain grocery store.
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Brian Wu
a week ago
Great experience on the fried chicken night. It is expensive but it's one of the best fried chicken we've ever had, we've been just itching for a time to go back!
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Luke Swartz
12 months ago
One of the best places I ate in all of 2014. Farm-fresh, quality ingredients made into great California cuisine. Also a fun (albeit pricey) food emporium.
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a year ago
Living on the outskirts of Brentwood inspires me to dream of richness and dine at fancy restaurants. Farmshop was one of the fancy restaurants on my Brentwood to-eat list (the other one is Tavern), and I thought I'd bring some of my Houston visitors along. I thought my egg salad was masterfully prepared, and the butter lettuce in my mixed greens salad was refreshing. The frittata tasted healthy, and the granola homemade. Nothing was too salty or fatty, and I told myself that if I were a celebrity I would eat here whenever I wasn't drinking my lemon/cayenne pepper juice cleanse in preparation for the Oscars. However, my Houston friends are much less delusional than I am, and promptly after this meal, they asked "Where are we really going to eat for lunch now?" So while I had a nice snack at Farmshop and would probably return to try the acclaimed fried chicken one day, the winning meal of my day was really the fatty and rich Daikokuya tonkatsu ramen that came after this lunch. Who says you can't have the best of both worlds?
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