The rooftop, poolside restaurant and bar features Peruvian-inspired food from Stephanie Izard. This is the second Chicago-based restaurant to expand to Los Angeles under Izard - who's also behind the Girl and the Goat in the Arts District. Expect an airy, greenery-laden design with corner-to-corner skyline views.
Cabra's menu (served inside - with pull back roof - and out) highlights both the Latin and Japanese aspects of Peruvian cuisine - with dishes and coastal vibe similar to the Chicago location with Izard’s style of shareable dishes that take flavors from around the world. The menu includes ceviches and tiraditos, plus empanadas, hot and cold botanas, and other dishes ranging from beef heart anticuchos to entrees of chicharron del puerco (“skin-on fatty pork shank”) and whole snapper.
Views of Downtown LA, shareable plates
Quinoa & tuna salad with candied pecans and a cilantro-yuzu dressing; avocado dip with yuzu-tomato, queso fresco, and taro & sweet potato chips; skirt steak saltado with tomatoes, potatoes, peppers and onions; and the Chicharron Del Puerco a skin-on fatty pork shank with pickled squash salad, mango & aji salad, limey huacatay, panca mayo, amarillo mayo, serrano cilantro, and sweet potato flatbread.
Sunshower Tonic with cilantro-infused rum and green mango syrup; Pass the Honey with fresh passion fruit honey and bourbon and a frozen Pisco Fever with vodka and guava.