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  1. Verve Pulls Out of Highland Park, Domaine LA Adds Booze, More AM IntelRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Eater

    The folks at Serious Eats made their way through Los Angeles not long ago, but Chengdu Taste seems to have particularly stuck with them. So much so, they're calling it America's best Sichuan restaurant in this handy how-to guide .

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  2. Former Royce Chef David Feau Lands at Wally's in Beverly HillsRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Eater

    It looks like chef David FA au is back in action following a string of middlingly successful pop-ups under the name Coin de Rue . Known for cooking French cuisine, FA au has of late been working the stove at Wally's in Beverly Hills .

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  3. Sugarfish's Super Fresh Sushi Now Ready for Its Hollywood SpotlightRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Eater

    Hollywood denizens and industry types now have just the thing to brighten their days starting tonight. Sugarfish , the rapidly expanding sushi empire brought to you by Kazunori Nozawa, has now opened its doors right on Sunset Boulevard in Tinseltown.

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  4. How to Open a Restaurant on Skid Row, LA Mag's Best Of Lists, More A.M. IntelRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Eater

    Munchies gets into it with Jesse Gomez of Yxta Cocina , who talks pretty frankly about what it's like to open up a restaurant in Skid Row during some of the worst economic times in America. It's a pretty thoughtful read about what it means to tackle poverty and personal success in the restaurant world.

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  5. Petit Trois and Gjusta Win Best New Restaurants, Clifton's Relaunch Party, More A.M. NewsRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Eater

    Bon Appetit just announced their best new restaurants in the country and not one, but TWO restaurants from LA landed on it. Critic Andrew Knowlton named Petit Trois , which Eater's own Bill Addison already declared one of the best new restaurants in the country, plus Gjusta as two of the top three in the country.

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  6. Chicago's Bow Truss Coffee Plants Flag in the Heart of Beverly HillsRead the original story

    Friday Aug 14 | Eater

    When one Chicago roaster decided to plant a flag in Los Angeles, it changed everything in the coffee scene. That was Intelligentsia back in 2007, but another Chicago roaster is coming West to make their mark: Bow Truss .

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  7. Crustacean Gets a Fancy Five Stars, Stanley's May be Done in Sherman Oaks, and More A.M. IntelRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 13 | Eater

    The award is for the fancy folks, but shows just how influential the An family is. What's more: they're the first Vietnamese restaurant to ever be granted the Five-Star Diamond.

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  8. H.O.M.E. Beverly Hills Faces Uncertain Future Amid Liquor License SuspensionRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Eater

    It looks like H.O.M.E. in Beverly Hills has run into a spot of trouble, as detailed by Toddrickallen . The acronymous House Of Music and Entertainment is meant to be an evening-only jazz club right on Camden Drive, but now seems to have lost its liquor license - which is likely to make it hard to turn a profit in that part of town.

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  9. A Pastry Lover's Guide to Los Angeles: 27 Shops and BakeriesRead the original story

    Monday Aug 10 | Eater

    Los Angeles has plenty of sweet shops and bakeries around the city, many adopting styles and flavors from around the world. But some of the best are as American as apple pie, favoring classic preparations or perhaps adding in their own twist.

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  10. Tito's Tacos Upset About CicLAvia, Arts Districts' Craft Beer Scene, More A.M. IntelRead the original story

    Friday Aug 7 | Eater

    She asks for organizers to cancel the event, which takes place this coming Sunday across Los Angeles. Both LA Weekly and LAist have picked up the story, though Tito's will remain open, and CicLAvia will invariably keep its schedule.

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  11. That Imposter Scratch Bar in Beverly Hills Isn't Going Anywhere, ApparentlyRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 5 | Eater

    Talk about your all time double-downs. Dario Danesh , that onetime partner in and current leaseholder of the property formerly known as Scratch Bar in Beverly Hills? Turns out he's staying put - and keeping the Scratch Bar name while he's at it.

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  12. The Essential Los Angeles Sushi RestaurantsRead the original story

    Jul 28, 2015 | Eater

    As a major world city, Los Angeles has a number of culinary specialties, with none more impressive than its dedication and obsession with sushi, the Japanese specialty that first found its way into America in the 1960s. With the confluence of excellent seafood available fresh from large wholesale markets and dedicated chefs who've trained in Japan or from local sushi masters, it's no surprise that sushi is so popular in this city.

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  13. Experiencing Bulletproof Coffee, Starry Kitchen on UberEATS Again, and More a.m. NewsRead the original story

    Jul 28, 2015 | Eater

    Hey, Planet Hollywood still has a spot in Times Square so it hasn't completely washed out. - LAist runs down the full experience that is Bulletproof Coffee, which officially opened last week in Santa Monica.

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  14. Someone Reopened Scratch Bar in Beverly Hills, But Didn't Tell Phillip Frankland LeeRead the original story

    Jul 23, 2015 | Eater

    Last week, chef Phillip Frankland Lee dropped news that, effective immediately, he was closing up the La Cienega restaurant that he opened back in 2013, with hopes to turn the place around in some other location. The LA Times went so far as to quote Lee in saying that the restaurant was nearing the end of its lease , and the timing was right for a change of venue.

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  15. L'Amande French Bakery in Beverly Hills Shutters Quietly Amidst Lawsuit WoesRead the original story

    Jul 22, 2015 | Eater

    Beverly Hills is having a hard time holding onto restaurants, it seems, judging from the recent losses of Hakkasan , Scratch Bar, and others. Now comes a whole new closure, this time in the form of L'Amande French Bakery on Santa Monica Boulevard.

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  16. Catch Ricardo Zarate If You Can, Osteria La Buca Nabs a NYer, and More a.m. IntelRead the original story

    Jul 22, 2015 | Eater

    In the meantime, he's doing a temporary pop-up with the Table8 folks called Once, and it runs Thursday through Saturday nights at Santino's in Santa Monica. Once , features Zarate's take on Peruvian cooking.

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  17. Mirko Paderno Leaves Oliviero in Beverly Hills for Downtown's Meaty Officine BRERARead the original story

    Jul 21, 2015 | Eater

    Longtime Oliviero chef Mirko Paderno has decamped from the Beverly Hills hotel hotspot, leaving the cushy job for something much meatier down in the Arts District. Details started popping up about Paderno's departure nearly two weeks ago, though there was no word at the time on where exactly he'd end up.

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  18. Scratch Bar Closes Overnight in Beverly Hills, With Plans to Return ElsewhereRead the original story

    Jul 15, 2015 | Eater

    Two-year old Scratch Bar in Beverly Hills is closing up shop, though chef Phillip Frankland Lee says it isn't going away forever. Instead, the whole thing is just on hiatus as the restaurant relocates to parts unknown.

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  19. Silver Lake's Best Restaurants, Petit Trois's New Sandwich, $1 Oyster Deals, and More A.M. NewsRead the original story

    Jul 9, 2015 | Eater

    Apparently the lines at Silver Lake Ramen are justified, too. - The Churchill has a $1 oyster night every Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m., so book your calendar next week.

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  20. The 25 Best dineLA Deals for Summer 2015Read the original story

    Jul 8, 2015 | Eater

    Next week marks the return of dineLA , the seasonal event that sees restaurants across the city crafting massive deals meant to entice newcomers and say thank you to the longtime regulars. From high-end Beverly Hills restaurants you've been meaning to try, to everyday sandwich options offering some killer cheap eats, there's never a better time to enjoy the city's restaurant scene than during dineLA.

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