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Celebrate the Last Days of Pride Month & Support The Trevor Project at Pikoh

Pride Month is quickly coming to an end and although Los Angeles celebrates Pride Month every month, proceeds from the purchases of a refreshing cocktail at West Los Angeles’s best new restaurant, Pikoh, will support The Trevor Project for only the remainder of June. If you’re unaware of Pikoh, it’s the latest venture from Chef Ricardo Zarate, whom you may recall recently wowed us with his Peruvian dishes at Studio City’s incredible Los Balcones. You may have just until June 30th to drink to support a great and necessary LGBTQ+ nonprofit group, but Pikoh offers perfect brunches, delicious dinners, and craft cocktails during an awesome happy hour daily.

Pikoh’s signature cocktail, Pride on Pikoh, debuted at the beginning of June and has already brought in thousands of dollars for The Trevor Project.

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If you are not familiar with the The Trevor Project, the nonprofit was founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award-winning short film Trevor. The vital leading national organization provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.

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And if you are not yet aware of Pikoh, you have been missing out on one of the best brunches to come along since, well, Los Balcones’s.  Inspired by the cultural and culinary melting pot that is Los Angeles, Pikoh is an all-day eatery that offers counter service by day and table service by night, with a wide-ranging and approachable menu reflecting the international flavors inherent to the city’s diverse dining scene.

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Pikoh’s delightful and swoon-worthy instagram page is definitely one to follow. A feast for the senses no matter your dietary leanings or restrictions.

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Depending on the day and my mood, I go for the kimchi fried rice or the activated charcoal acai bowl. Both offer an appetizing and energizing start to my day.

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And meat lovers should fear not. Pikoh also offers plenty of meat-centric dishes I’m told are fantastic.

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It’s the perfect spot to stop in if you’re commuting from the beach or from downtown to the beach. I can’t wait to be back. Follow Pikoh’s awesome Instagram here for more insanely delicious photos and news of their special events.

 

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Pikoh is located at:
11940 WEST PICO BLVD.
LA, CA 90064

Happy Hour!
Monday – Friday 4 to 7 PM
Saturday 4 to 6 PM
Available at the bar, front area & patio only.

Enjoy!

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