The open architecture of Cliff's Edge makes it feel as though you are eating in a treehouse, a very sophisticated tree house that was definitely built for adults to enjoy :)
The colorful comfortable seats were definitely not made for toddlers.
I went with some friends for a LA Food Bowl event, and although we all live in the area, none of us had ever eaten here, so the special Caja Roast Pig dinner drew us to this beautiful space. The vegetable sides that came with our dinner did not inspire us; there were overwhelming onions,
and dry roasted sweet potatoes.
The one dish we enjoyed was the fresh peas with morels that we ordered from the regular menu.
The star of the dinner was the roast suckling pig served family style for the three of us. The mojo bath of garlic, sour orange, and olive oil, still left the meat dry, although the crispy skin was everything we wished for (we all wanted more of it)!
The space is absolutely lovely, and it would be worth going back to try more of the regular menu, and partake of their Thursday night $1 oyster specials. The enclosed bar area is cosy and the perfect place for a plate of charcuterie with wine from their extensive wine list.