Mural by UK artist D*Face. Image courtesy of Bill Burman
Cognoscenti Coffee. Images courtesy of Yeekai Lim
Coolhaus kills it with the cookie sandwiches. Images courtesy of Coolhaus
The infamous Father's Office burger. Images courtesy of Father's Office
Yok & Sheryo sculpture at Thinkspace Gallery. Image courtesy of @thinkspace_art
Julian Schnabel talking the talk at Blum & Poe. Image courtesy of @Blum&poe
The perfect neighborhood liquor store. Images courtesy of Bar & Garden
Good times and conversation to be had at Mandrake. Images courtesy of Justin Beal
Platform, a new collection of merchants, eateries and more, is kind of like that new kid in school who at first glance seems bougie and snooty, but as it turns out, he’s pretty cool with great taste in food, art and fashion. What we’re saying is: Platform is going to become your main squeeze. For food and drink alone we’re looking at The Cannibal, for all your beer and butcher needs, Blue Bottle Coffee, which recently launched canned cold brews, Loqui, whose quesadillas find their ways into our dreams, and more. Platform is also home to already celebrated stores like The Edit, Parabellum, Kilter and Magasin. The list of merchants worth visiting will only keep growing.
Food, drink and fashion await. Images courtesy of Platform.
The Culver Hotel is not only old, it also diverts traffic. Images courtesy of Culver Hotel
Image courtesy of Tosca & Edo, AirBnB