What to Know
- Cafe Landwer’s ‘Eras’ menu is available until Nov. 21
- Drinks (including cocktails and mocktails) start at $7
- Food is priced between $9 and $22
Drop everything now, Swifties.
The food and drinks are named after the 12-time Grammy award winner’s biggest hits and represent different “eras” based on each album’s distinctive style.
Drinks include the Speak Now spritz ($15), a color-changing cocktail concoction, the TK Buzz ($16), a mix of seltzer and tequila with a “buzz” flower that will leave your mouth tingling and Champagne Problems ($11), a specialty brut that will make the whole place shimmer.
The Holy Grounds ($8), a blended vanilla iced coffee topped with house-made whipped cream, and Paris ($7), an elevated Shirley Temple with a splash of cream, are two nonalcoholic drink options.
For the main event you can choose between Swift’s “Red” or “Midnights” eras. The Red dish ($22) is mezzi rigatoni pasta with house-made spicy vodka sauce, and Breakfast at Midnight ($17) is french toast with fresh fruit, maple syrup and whipped cream. You can order Taylor Tots ($9) on the side — tater tots garnished with harissa aoili and a side of (seemingly) ranch.
As for the regular menu, you can expect “Mediterranean cuisine meets comfort food” like hummus bowls, chicken schawarma and pizza and pasta.
Source: NBC Los Angeles