Artist Eats: Erik Mark Sandberg

For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Erik Mark Sandberg to share his favorite place to eat. Erik is an artist based in Los Angeles, whose “Hairy Children” series we are particularly fond of. He is currently working on a new body of work, which will be exhibited at Segal Projects in 2015.
“One of my favorite places to venture out and grab some nourishment during downtime is The Black Cat on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, or Silver Lake to be exact. It’s in the neighborhood of the studio and has a chill tailored atmosphere for lunch or a night out. Los Angeles has a lot of unique pockets and Silver Lake richly nurtures its creative residents. This establishment is located in Sunset Junction across the street from Intelligencia coffee and Café Stella, which are both excellent refueling stops as well.

“The Black Cat is a restaurant and pub with loads of original art on the walls, and is frequented by artists, Hollywood folk, and musicians who prefer L.A.’s eastside vibe. I’ll often consume their kale salad, or the daily catch with a crisp pilsner to cool off from the L.A. heat.”
The Black Cat
3909 W. Sunset Blvd.
LA, CA 90029
Kale salad photo from here; Artist Eats logo made by Taylor McKimens.


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