• Buttermilk Sliders to open brick and mortar location in the Paseo

    After opening his third concept just last week, restaurateur Todd Woodruff is ready to move onto his fourth: a permanent location for Buttermilk Sliders.



    Similar to Woodruff's first venue Waffle Champion, Buttermilk Sliders began as a successful food truck.

    Now the plan is to move into 1,500 square feet of space at the Pueblo at Paseo project, taking the highly visible southeast corner which also features a large patio.

    The space is directly east of Scratch in the fully-leased project which has seen a few tenants already open for business.

    The new breakfast and lunch spot will expand their menu with influence from notable Los Angeles eateries eggslut and Free Range L.A., adding to their popular from-scratch biscuit sandwiches and dishes. Beer, wine and cocktails will also be served.



    Interior design will be Southern contemporary with clapboards and black accents.

    Hours will be 7AM to 2PM Tuesday through Sunday.

    Woodruff will be the managing partner of a group that also includes Jeremy Foraker and Shaun Fiaccone who operates the neighboring Picasso Cafe and who will soon break ground on nearby Frida.

    Just last week, Woodruff opened Nonesuch at 803 N. Hudson, a 20-seat tasting menu restaurant. This follows the wildly popular Waffle Champion and Maple's Barbecue, also located in Midtown.





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