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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 12 Twelve Plans for Fall Debut on the Promenade in Santa MonicaRead the original story

    Monday Aug 17 | Eater

    Back in February, it was revealed that Santa Monica's former Monsoon space would be getting an overhaul, turning into the numeratively-named 12 Twelve . The plan at the time was to sweep away the Bali-inspired sushi vibes inside the former Third Street Promenade space and replace it with something much more ... global.

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  4. Jack Benchakul's Endorffeine Replaces Cognoscenti Coffee in ChinatownRead the original story

    Monday Aug 17 | Eater

    After years of popping up all over Los Angeles with various coffee outfits as barista, ex-biochemist Jack Benchakul is finally completing his career switch in the form of a brick and mortar shop named Endorffeine . The new shop will be located next to Scoops in Chinatown - where he was previously working the mod bar cart under the Cognoscenti Coffee name - inside the already bustling Far East Plaza.

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  5. Maple Block Meat Co. Aims for Barbecue Greatness in Culver CityRead the original story

    Friday Aug 7 | Eater

    Maple Block Meat Co. takes over the former Villa Italian along Sepulveda in Culver City, with the aim to bring a different level of barbecue to the Westside.

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. A-Frame's Looking For a Chef, LA's Most Pretentious Restaurant, and More Morning IntelRead the original story

    Jul 31, 2015 | Eater

    Some suggestions including The Bazaar, Wolvesmouth, Cafe Gratitude , uber-expensive Urasawa , Barton G , and finally Ray's & Stark Bar, if only to try the water tasting menu there. - A-Frame posted a full Craiglist posting for a new executive chef, which comes after former lead Johnny Yoo, who was instrumental in installing the Hawaiian menu, left the job last week.

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  9. 18 Outstanding LA Ice Cream Shops, Summer 2015Read the original story

    Jul 29, 2015 | Eater

    Rare Southern California humidity makes for strange LA bedfellows, as even normally health-conscious diners find themselves searching for a scoop of ice cream. Thankfully, the city is spoiled for choice when it comes to ice cream options, from simple scoop shops to inventive sandwich makers and everything in between.

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  10. Dunkin' Donuts Plans to Gobble Up the Tourist Dollars in the Heart of HollywoodRead the original story

    Jul 24, 2015 | Eater

    Of course, the first time Dunkin' Donuts landed anywhere near the heart of L.A. proper, people absolutely freaked out - we're talking Cronut-style lines in Santa Monica. More recently, Culver City has announced plans for their own morning stampedes , and there are a few other locations hovering just outside the city's core that have become popular in their own right.

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  11. Hermanos Coffee Brews Up a Brick and Mortar Location in Mid-WilshireRead the original story

    Jul 17, 2015 | Eater

    There's a new coffee shop on the mid-Wilshire block, thanks to industry vets Damon White and Wayne Rambharose. Dubbed Hermanos Coffee , the dual-headed logo now peeks out from under an awning on the side of a small one-story building along San Vicente Boulevard, and apparently there's a lot going on inside.

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  12. The 15 Hottest Los Angeles Cheap Eats RestaurantsRead the original story

    Jul 13, 2015 | Eater

    Los Angeles is a great city for cheap dining, from tacos and burgers to sushi and bowls. With a health infusion of flavors and cooking from around the world, Los Angeles is always an exciting place to find affordable dishes.

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  13. Culver City Plans for Morning Stampedes as Dunkin' Donuts Heads InRead the original story

    Jul 9, 2015 | Eater

    Iconic East Coast doughnut and coffee shop Dunkin' Donuts continues its slow, Terminator -like push into the heart of Los Angeles, this time setting up shop in Culver City. Their latest location on Washington Boulevard was once a Foster's Freeze situated just a stone's throw from the already-busy In-N-Out and Costco intersection, which - if those Santa Monica hordes make their way over to this new outpost - could spell trouble for commuters.

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  14. Holy Cow BBQ Brings Slow Smoked Meats to Culver City on July 2Read the original story

    Jun 30, 2015 | Eater

    Holy Cow BBQ , which successfully opened last year in Santa Monica, is preparing to smoke up Culver City this Thursday in the old Kimukatsu space at Culver Crossroads. With a similarly designed interior and a varied menu of regional barbecue styles, it'll be sure to serve this part of town with a steady stream of brisket, ribs, tri tip, and pulled pork.

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  15. The 21 Hottest Happy Hours in Los Angeles, Summer 2015Read the original story

    Jun 25, 2015 | Eater

    Now that summer is officially here, it's time to start making those crucial after-work plans. The days are longer and more people are out and about, making happy hour a great way for everyone meet up, enjoy a patio, and grab a bite and a beer.

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  16. Matthew Kenney's Make Out Planting Seeds for Expansion Across SoCalRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2015 | Eater

    Matthew Kenney, who just opened Plant Food & Wine on Abbot Kinney, as well as a more fast-casual MAKE OUT in Culver City , is planning on expanding his more approachable concept across Southern California, the company announced in a release this morning. The plant-based cafe cooks up affordable vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free cuisine along with juices and other healthy items in a slick, minimalist dining room.

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  17. LA Artist Makes Massive LEGO Reproduction of the Iconic Randy's Donuts Near LAXRead the original story

    Jun 8, 2015 | Eater

    Just because National Donut Day may technically be over , there's no reason to stop talking about America's favorite morning sweet treat. Or, better yet, devoting fan art to it.

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  18. Love Coffee Bar, a Cozy Espresso Shop, Soft Opens Today in Santa MonicaRead the original story

    Jun 4, 2015 | Eater

    The coffee shop anticipates having a community-based and relaxed environment, where locals can hang out. Look forward to baked goods from Three Square/Rockenwagner and specialty chocolates from ChocoVivo in Culver City.

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  19. Holy Cow Starts Hiring In Anticipation of Upcoming Smoked Meat Supremacy in Culver CityRead the original story

    Jun 2, 2015 | Eater

    Culver City's anticipated Holy Cow BBQ expansion has been in the works since last fall, but after initially landing a location along Sepulveda Blvd. , not much other news has been heard - until now. A nearby tipster shares photographic evidence of the upcoming property, complete with opening soon signage.

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  20. Chop Daddy's, a Throwback Barbecue Nestled Into Downtown Culver CityRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2015 | Eater

    With a nod to the local Sony Pictures Studios, Chop Daddy's is a smokin' cue lifted right out of the 80s. Chop Daddy's is growing up from its Venice takeaway stall to a full-on operation in a prime location along Downtown Culver City.

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