Opening today, July 12th, on Sunset Blvd, click the link below to sign up for free Rock House sliders and more (through Sunday July 15th)
As the story goes, three friends got together one night, after living abroad, to find a tasty burger in their home country of Kuwait but couldn’t find anything beyond the assembly-line patties and tired, old concepts of the past. So they dreamt up a place that would offer designer mini-burgers with off–the–hook ingredients, secret, chef–inspired sauces and sides and home-made shakes in a high–energy environment… and Rock House Sliders was born!
After expanding throughout their home country, the RHS guys, having previously lived and worked throughout the US in Miami, New York, and Los Angeles, noticed that, although the US had a lot of great burger places, there wasn’t a slider concept quite like Rock House Sliders. The menu features 8 sliders, 6 sides, drinks including 3 mini shakes and charcoal–activated black ice cream in a red waffle cone. The sliders are made fresh to order and vary from the Original Rocker – a 2 oz. angus patty with their own house-made sauce, cheddar cheese, pickles, relish, shredded lettuce, shaved onion and tomato or a spicy chicken sandwich made with hand-breaded crispy spiced chicken, spicy sauce, pepper jack cheese, pickles and frizzled onions.
Other sliders include the Boston Mushroom with a 2 oz. patty, truffle sauce, Swiss cheese, grilled mushrooms, grilled onions and relish. Under the Lean ‘n Green Sliders is a grilled chicken and super vegan slider. All sliders come on their house-made buns with the RHS monogram toasted on top. Sides range from regular fries to cheesy tots made in-house served with a chipotle dip or their Rockin‘ messy fries with skin on fries, drizzled with chopped jalapeños, beef bacon bits, cheddar cheese, frizzled onions and RHS secret house sauce. Mini shakes are made to order with real ice cream and come in flavors including vanilla, messy cookie crunch and chocolate peanut butter. The sliders are $3.89 each and sides range from $2.49 to $3.89 for the messy fries.
Their first location on the famed Sunset Strip features a bright and lively design with painted glass walls adorned with Instagram–ready sayings like, “Our sliders have bass,” “Eat it your way” or #lit, along with light wood floors and table tops, poured concrete counters, a streaming video wall, and floor–to–ceiling windows that look onto the boulevard and the Hollywood Hills above.
Rock House Sliders starts rockin‘ officially on Thursday, July 12. They are open Sunday – Thursday, 11am – 11pm and Friday & Saturday, 11am – 12am (midnight). Rock House Sliders will continue their Los Angeles expansion with two more locations in downtown and Santa Monica scheduled to open later this year.