This place blows all cookie competitors out of the water. For only a buck you can enjoy two freshly baked cookies with a large scoop of ice cream in the middle. What a deal! They have a variety of cookies from peanut butter to cinnamon sugar and of course the traditional chocolate chip. And if you aren't in the mood for an ice cream sandwich, you can always get a bag of 3 cookies for a dollar. Just be warned, more often than not, you'll have to wait in the line stretching outside of this place.
This place is home to some of biggest and most creative pancakes in Los Angeles. From chocolate chip to the traditional flapjack, most customers have a hard time picking out from the extensive pancake menu. If you are not a pancake person, they have a great selection of salads and lunch/dinner entrees. Plus, you may spot a celebrity or two while you enjoy your meal.
If you enjoy sushi but have a tight budget this is the place to go. All dishes at sushi mac are $2.50 regardless of whether you order edamame, sashimi or any cut or hand rolls. The portions are smaller than most sushi places, but the cheap price allows you to try a greater variety and still not break the bank. Oh and don't forget to hit the ATM on the way as they only take cash.
Regardless of which Roscoe's branch you visit, they boast equally delicious fare. There are a few things you should be aware of about this location though: 1) The size of the restaurant is very small, so expect to wait in the line that forms outside. 2)They don't ever take reservations - It's first come first serve. 3) This is not a place for groups - they will probably split up a group of more than 5. The wait is well worth it though.
This place is great for small groups. They have a wonderful brunch menu of inexpensive dishes served in generous portions. The lunch and dinner options are only slightly more expensive but equally delicious. And they just re-opened their West Hollywood location for dinner, making it more accessible to those on the other side of town.