Moby’s Gives Back with New Silver Lake Hot Spot

In LA Dining, LA Guide by LA Travel Magazine

The infamous singer-songwriter, Moby recently teamed up with Kristyne Starling (The Aventine, Hollywood), to launch a new vegan restaurant into the hipster community of Silver Lake. Little Pine opened this past November around Thanksgiving and has been making headlines ever since. Most recently Moby surprised the LA community by announcing 100% of the profits from the restaurant will go to animal welfare organizations which will include The Humane Society, Mercy for Animals, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Farm Sanctuary, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), and the Animal Legal Defense Fund. As if eating organic and sustainable wasn’t enough of a reason to dine at the Rowena Ave. restaurant, now you can feel even better when paying the bill. Knowing that the cost of our meal is going towards a great cause will certainly have us frequenting the Silver Lake hotspot.

The Vibe:

Patrons dining at the restaurant will find a laid back atmosphere where the decor is simple and pays homage to the great outdoors. The focal point dons a wall photo of a forest shot which was actually taken by the charitable musician himself. Guests will also be able to purchase retail items to take home from recycled journals to eco-friendly tea pots.

Food & Wine:

Little Pine offers Mediterranean-inspired dishes with Southern California flair, made of organic and sustainable ingredients. The wine list includes organic options all personally selected by the team at hand.

LATM Recommendation: The Meatless Meatballs

2870 Rowena Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90039 323.741.8148