Had to drop my daughter off at Beverly Center the other day, so I decided to check out Ink Sack...
1. Parking is a pain. I found a spot a block away after circling a couple times. I guess if you're in the hood shopping at Marc Jacobs and are hungry, it's not an issue.
2. Staff was pleasant. Customers were 75% insufferable hipsters. Fortunately, it was takeout and I could wait outside.
3. Ordered two sandwiches...Jose Andres and Rueben. Ate them standing up, right outside. Sandwiches are tiny. Two barely satiated my hunger. Neither looked particularly attractive. The bread was weird...crusty and soft - like an reheated day old roll. Neither was really satisfying. A rueben needs to be grilled bread and rye. The Jose Andres was edible, but unremarkable.
I had a delicious, regular sized Godmother the day before at Bay Cities...for half the price, it was twice the sandwich.