It's a good day to be calorie conscious in L.A., as Eater reports on the opening of Gaucho Chicken Cafe, a rotisserie-based, organic, free-range cluck-shop now serving West Hollywood in the former home of Gaucho Grill. The project comes from Argentine owner Adolfo Suaya with Gaucho Grill partner Ricardo Salinas, with a menu from Larry Greenwood, previously of STK, BoH, and BOA. Like the ones at Seasons 52, his menu also restricts your consumption to a calorie count of 400 or less, with dark and white meat served by the quarter, half, and whole, with wraps, sandwiches, and sides like hummus and pita chips, pasta salad, and steamed bamboo, plus servings of Sangria, beer, and wine. 7980 W. Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood.
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