Eat Street Social a great new hangout off Nicollet

The fantastic drinks trump the decent food

Though Eat Street uses some slightly exotic ingredients and most of the plates are very well executed, the menu isn't particularly ambitious, and that's a good thing. You won't see Eat Street Social trying to do a lot of Asian fusion or attempting to make the kitchen a laboratory of experimentation. They leave that up to the bar, which sets the tone for the whole experience. Based on that fact and how welcoming the neighbors (except for the odd brick-thrower) seem to be of the stylish, relaxed, and occasionally oddball vibe it's achieved, Eat Street Social will do exactly what it did in Northeast and become the new hangout for late night in Whittier, especially if you can manage to make it for social hour.

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