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  1. Roy Choi Departs Amicably From Sunny Spot in VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Eater

    Over the holiday weekend, Roy Choi announced in social media that he was stepping down from his role as chef at Sunny Spot in Venice. Through the announcement, we learned that he was originally just slated to be a consultant for the Jamaican-inspired restaurant along Washington Blvd, but his tenure lasted four years.


  2. Will Little Tokyo Stay Japanese, Brazilian-Style Falafel, More A.M. IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Eater

    Brigham Yen has a great op-ed on what's happening with the real estate situation in Little Tokyo and how it's affecting the essential "Japanese" flavor of the neighborhood. With some of the longtime restaurants in danger of losing their rents to greedy landlords, the local stakeholders feel that many of the developers aren't consulting their needs before making transactions.


  3. Amazon Prime Now Hops on the LA Restaurant Delivery BandwagonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 10 | Eater

    Can't get enough of tech-driven restaurant delivery services ? Today, Amazon announced that its one-hour delivery service, Prime Now , is making its way to Los Angeles, much to the joy of shut-ins and the over-worked office crowd. Using the Prime Now app, requiring an Amazon Prime membership , locals can enter their zip code to order from restaurants such as Wokcano, Umami Burger, Baby Blues BBQ, and John O'Groats; and local stores including Sprouts Farmers Market, Bristol Farms, Sprinkles Cupcakes, and Erewhon.


  4. Six International Bakeries to Know About in Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2015 | Eater

    Los Angeles has a wealth of bakeries, not just the classic Old World style, but many that are specifically geared toward reaching an ethnic group or catering to locals through the lens of their own culture. Here now, Eater intern Na'ama Landau offers six international bakeries you should know about in Los Angeles The one notable Danish bakery shop in Los Angeles, Copenhagen Pastry plays true to its roots by offering Los Angeles an accurate taste of Europe.


  5. LA's Best Burritos, White Truffle Madness, and More A.M. IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2015 | Eater

    OC Weekly catched up with the Top Chef to talk more about his beachy concept Tackle Box, which is currently thriving in Newport Beach. It's an interesting read featuring one of the more thoughtful guys in the industry, about why he's going fast casual, and where he's headed next.


  6. Horse Thief Duo Flying Into Highland Park With 160-Seat Neighborhood BistroRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2015 | Eater

    After helping to transform Downtown's Grand Central Market early on, it looks as though the guys behind Horse Thief BBQ are moving into the bistro world with a new space intended for Highland Park. The Eastsider has details on the forthcoming project , tentatively titled Birdie , which is settling into a large multi-functional space on Figueroa Street.


  7. R.O.C. Team Brings Casual Chinese to Classy New Digs Along West ThirdRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2015 | Eater

    R.O.C. would be expanding across Los Angeles , not much was heard for months. That is until now, with the unveiling of the second stop for the casual Chinese operation, tucked in just around the corner from the Beverly Center on West Third Street.


  8. Feast on Healthy Mediterranean at Yalla, Opening Tomorrow in BurbankRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 19, 2015 | Eater

    Burbank continues to snatch up fast casual concepts, including the inbound arrival of Yalla Mediterranean . First announced back in September, the Bay Area option is now just about ready to serve the Southern California dining public, with an opening scheduled for tomorrow.


  9. 11 Westside Dive Bars for Cheap CocktailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2015 | Eater

    Sometimes all you need is a toned down, or run down dive bar, where you can forget your sorrows with some cheap drinks and everyone is interesting and easygoing. Or you just want to play pool or darts with some friends and listen to a local band; or maybe sing karaoke with a bunch of strangers.


  10. Chop Daddy's Shutters in Venice as Company Consolidates Around Culver LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2015 | Eater

    Looks like Chop Daddy 's is down to a single location - their newer Culver City outlet - with news that the Venice original had closed without so much as a peep. An email comes in today from the shop's owner, Jon Swire , who says the Venice closure was sudden for some, but not entirely unexpected.


  11. Ten Things to Know About Viviane, Stephane Bombet and Michael Hung's Next Big HitRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2015 | Eater

    Restaurateur Stephane Bombet has been on a tear lately, with Terrine garnering praise and his Culver City Korean barbecue option well on its way. But first, Viviane , Bombet's return to Continental form with former chef-compatriot Michael Hung .


  12. 12 Old Fashioneds in Los Angeles That Stand the Test of TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2015 | Eater

    Today: the Old Fashioned, a truly timeless drink made for fall weather and slow sipping. Unless, of course, it's on draft somewhere with a buzzy playlist.


  13. Downtown LA Gets Its Very Own Dunkin' Donuts This WinterRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2015 | Eater

    Los Angeles is one step closing to officially becoming a Dunkin' Donuts town, with the inbound arrival of a new location slated for Downtown. Per DTLA ace Brigham Yen , the latest location will take over some 2,000 square feet of storefront space at the base of the Hotel Olive on 8th and Olive.


  14. Micky's Owner Strikes Back in Op-Ed, Halal Guys Madness, and More A.M. IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2015 | Eater

    Micky's owner Michael Niemeyer writes an op-ed for Wehoville surrounding the one-month closure of his popular Boystown gay bar. Niemeyer strictly offers 'no apologies' for the incidents of reported employee "over-exposure" that got the place shut down , instead blaming an outdated system of harassment between the ABC and local police that work to keep gay bar culture and pride under wraps.


  15. LA's 21 Most Underrated Restaurants, 2015 EditionRead the original story

    Sep 29, 2015 | Eater

    Underrated restaurants abound in Los Angeles, thanks to its urban sprawl and neighborhood density. Many, many deserving places get overlooked simply because a portion of the population isn't willing to drive to them regularly, while still others hop aboard the hype train to lots of early fanfare before settling down into a quieter cruising speed.


  16. Will Chris Oh's Hanjip Be the Best Korean Barbecue West of La Cienega in LA?Read the original story

    Sep 25, 2015 | Eater

    If you follow Chris Oh on Instagram you'll know that the Korean-American chef loves his barbecue. The Seoul Sausage chef's partnership with Stephane Bombet , called Hanjip , is most certainly going to be a Korean barbecue restaurant right in the heart of Downtown Culver City, at least according to this teaser Instagram photo .


  17. Going Off-Menu at Apple Pan, Clifton's Keeps Hiring, and More A.M. IntelRead the original story

    Sep 25, 2015 | Eater

    In anticipation of the upcoming official, final, for-real-this-time opening of Clifton's, the team has staffed up with new sous chef Robbie Star. He's the man who for a while was the corporate chef behind Belcampo, so expect lots of whole-animal butchery and charcuterie to come at Clifton's.


  18. Golden State Gives Away Beer, Your Favorite Chefs Are in a Band, and More AM IntelRead the original story

    Sep 21, 2015 | Eater

    Yes, it's still sorta Italian, but this ABC license tacked onto the former Adoteca space could point to a new direction for Brentwood - a pizza place, instead of more of the same Cal-Ital stuff that's been happening there for years. Casual Fairfax burger and beer spot Golden State tends to fly under the radar, but that's just because it's so reliable.


  19. Texas Monthly BBQ Editor Declares Maple Block Meat Co. Brisket as California's BestRead the original story

    Sep 16, 2015 | Eater

    By now, everyone knows that a magazine called Texas Monthly hired a full-time barbecue editor to canvas the state a while back, thumbs-up and thumbs-down'ing the meat options far and while. Well, that man - one Daniel Vaughn - also did some California traveling earlier this year, just declared Of course, the man speaks from Texas country experience, so getting a positive nod from Vaughn is among the highest smoked meat affirmations out there.


  20. Cognoscenti Coffee Expanding Into Downtown Early Next YearRead the original story

    Sep 14, 2015 | Eater

    Another day, another coffee shop. Or is it: another day, another Downtown development? This one's got both, as the beloved Cognoscenti Coffee folks look to inhabit some space inside the new Level Tower mixed-user at 9th and Olive.


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