We came with family, including teenagers and a 10 year old, for brunch on a Saturday before a Disney Hall event. From the 'industrial decor' (meat hooks hanging from the ceiling, and the odd plastic bottles of honey dangling over the bathtub) we wondered if Industriel was too "out there". The ten year old observed that the menu had "too many words on it". Hmm. It turns out the words are there to describe the flavors and creative (but not stupid creative) ingredient combinations in the scrumptious food. Highlights: truly the best Bloody Mary anywhere (just smallish), the burger - screaming with beef flavors, kale salad. The pork loin sandwich was also a great combination of tastes, although the meat was very fatty. There is a cover charge for bread, but it's worth it. Appetizer portion of pickled vegetables was very small and the vegetables were not crisp enough for my taste. Only real complaint was the noise level on the first floor. Even though the restaurant only half full, the noise bounced of all the hard surfaces and it was very hard to hear each other talk. I would like to return, and would ask to sit upstairs to see if that's any better.
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