Little Pine is a vegan bistro located in a 1920s art deco building in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, founded by world-famous electronic musician and animal rights activist Moby. The restaurant serves organic, vegan, Mediterranean-inspired dishes and has a retail section with art and books, curated by Moby himself.
Moby's vision was to create a space that includes various aspects of society that he cares about. All of the restaurant's profits are donated to animal welfare organizations.
The interior is cozy and cool, featuring copious amounts of natural light, raw poplar and plywood details, including hand-painted plywood tiles by Moonish, mixed with lively patterns, textures and tiles. Mid-century modern pieces such as vintage credenzas and Eames chairs are combined with custom modular shelving, tables and banquettes created by Studio Hus. Behind the banquettes hang custom murals featuring black-and-white photographs by Moby that depict southern California’s Idyllwild forest, as well as the Mount Baldy Pine forest.