Farmer's Daughter Hotel
115 S Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Property Location With a stay at Farmer's Daughter in Los Angeles (Fairfax District), you'll be minutes from Farmers Market and The Grove. This hotel is close to TCL Chinese Theatre and Dolby Theater.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 66 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Cable programming and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and irons/ironing boards.
Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Dining Enjoy a meal at a restaurant or in a coffee shop/café. Or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). Mingle with other guests at a complimentary reception, held daily. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and dry cleaning/laundry services.
Primary Phone: (323) 450-2235
Phone: (323) 556-2608
Phone: (323) 685-4086
Fax: (323) 932-1608
TollFree: (800) 334-1658
TollFree: (866) 427-8382
Farmer’s Daughter Hotel
TART Restaurant @ Farmer’s Daughter Hotel
Tart @ Farmer's Daughter Hotel
Parking: Street, Valet
Price Range : Average
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Pets Allowed: No
This is an adorable hotel, situated conveniently to many mid-city attractions (if you dream of hitting it big on The Price Is Right, CBS studio is right across the street!) I've never stayed here, but I've been to their restaurant (southern/comfort food) on several occasions. I would recommend this place to out-of-towners looking for someplace that's more comfortable than "L.A. Cool."
01/05/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I went to Tart last night for a friend's party and the food and atmosphere were both great. The menu has a Southern flare to it with its Fried Green Tomatoes, Sweet Potato Fries, Corn Bread Muffins, Crawfish Spring Rolls and of course, Southern Fried Chicken.
I personally tried the Fried Green Tomatoes, Fries with special dipping sauces, Upside Down Nachos and the Tart Chicken Sliders - voted best slider in LA by Channel 7 news - and you will know why once you try them as well. I will definitely come here again, especially since its located right across the street from the Grove and Farmer's Market - can walk right across.
The restaurant has what looks to be a small space for indoor seating, but we were outside on the patio, which had a ton of tables and chairs to choose from. Highly recommend this place for dinner and drinks, but also heard they have an amazing brunch menu as well that I must check out.
09/17/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The drinks are overpriced and below average-- I'm not so picky about overpriced alcoholic drinks but their coffee was terrible. I think I could make myself a better cup with freeze dried coffee crystals.
I also ordered an appetizer of fries which had 3 different kinds (regular, sweet potato and purple) and came with ketchup, romalade sauce, and some sort of mayo/tartar sauce. The taste was average, and nothing really spectacular for $8.
I was generally appalled at the prices ($20 chicken wings?!) and lack of culinary excitement in the food that was brought out. The service was poor considering it was a Tuesday night and the had less than 4 tables occupied, 1 inside and 3 outside (only having 2 people or less seated). Granted there was only 1 server but I asked for sugar at least 2x and finally just went inside to get it myself.
Tart appeared as a hip trendy hangout from the outside when I passed it and love was definitely put into the ambiance and overall appearance of the place, but I was terribly disappointed at my experience. If you want to sit somewhere cool looking then I would recommend this place but if you actually want to eat something then go somewhere else. :|
09/15/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I don't get why this place is getting so much love. Service was pleasant enough but the food that my group had on several occasions was only so-so. This place is attached to a glorified hipster motel (The Farmer's Daughter) and it defintely feels like they are taking advantage of the built in business. Average food with no real flare and pricey to boot. I don't see myself giving it another chance.
06/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We had a really great breakfast here the other day- I ordered the Daisy Special and my boyfriend got the Mexican Skillet Omelete. Both were cooked to perfection and very nicely seasoned. The biscuits are light and fluffy- similar to the one's we'd tasted at the Flying Biscuit in Atlanta. The Iced Coffee was a bit watered down, I wouldn't recommend it but other than that everything on the menu seemed good and the prices were very reasonable. Around $28 plus tip for two people.
06/08/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I would definitly highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wanted to stay at a hotel that was convinient to many things to do, and wanted a nice place to stay.
This hotel was very, very clean, and had great service. The beds were new, and very clean. The sheets were very soft, and enjoyable. The service at this hotel was really excellent. The staff was very nice and imformative.
This hotel was very convienient to the farmer's market, the Grove,CBS studios,and American Girl. All you had to do was cross one street and you were at the Farmer's market and American Girl.
Walking distance from the Farmer's daughter to American Girl was excellent, about 3 minutes. The location of this hotel was clean, and in the good part of LA.
Diane from Colorado.
04/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Daisy Duke cute bartender makes a mean mojito. (Best in LA!) Real food (fried chicken, greens, banana cream pie) that is satisfying, flavorful with generous proportions. Home cooking with sass. Tip: Order the special! Friendly, attentive, very professional service from the bartender to the waiter. The well-mannered staff is cheerful and makes everyone feel genuinely welcome. Inviting patio: nice for parties. (It would be great to have some Brazilian music, or maybe Preservation Hall type jazz or Irish group on Friday night with space for dancing.) At Tart, you can talk with your date and actually hear what she is saying.
04/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Like a previous reviewer, I was surprised the place was mostly empty on a Friday night. There were only a few patrons and the staff seemed more interested in chatting with each other than serving us. We waited 15 minutes before they took our order, and then another 35 to get our meals, which were very simple entrees. We could have (and probably should have) made them in 5 minutes at home, and saved ourselves the $90. We had grilled salmon on a bed of raw spinach, and pan-fried chicken with grilled vegetables. Simple stuff, but completely botched at Tart. The chicken wasn't fully cooked. The vegetables were raw AND dry-- which suggests they'd been lying around in the fridge for a while. The wine was good but definitely poured short. During the time we'd waited, the kitchen could have easily saute'd the spinach, fully cooked the vegetables and chicken, and made it taste like something other than a thaw-out from CostCo. And we're not incredibly picky, either-- hey, we go to CostCo, right? But we're perfectly comfortable at A.O.C. and The Little Door. Sadly, while at Tart, we glanced wistfully across the street to Johnny Rocket's and realized we'd had better meals there. In spite of the lovely dining room-- Tart is well-designed and comfortable-- you have to look around and notice that Tart is, indeed, simply the restaurant tacked onto the Farmer's Daughter motel. Seriously. Never again.