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  1. New Street Vendor Grills Memphis-Style Ribs in a Hollywood Parking LotRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Eater

    An upstart new parking lot operation in East Hollywood is turning out rarely-seen Memphis-style pork ribs nearly every night. The pop-up is called Ribs Against the Machine, and it takes over the former long-held Dave's Hot Chicken parking lot spot , just doors down from Tabula Rasa wine bar.

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  2. 50-Year Thai Legend Chao Krung Earns a Big Interior and Menu MakeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Eater

    Los Angeles is rife with Thai restaurants, from the well-executed options clustered in East Hollywood's Thai Town to the sprawling abundance of the San Fernando Valley. That can make it hard for some to stand out, but for Fairfax mainstay Chao Krung it's just another opportunity to shine .

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  3. Tesse Delivers Sleek European Sensibilities to West HollywoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Eater

    Say hello to Tesse , a new dining establishment perched atop Sunset Blvd at the end of La Cienega Boulevard, an area long considered one of LA's toughest places to open a restaurant. Bill Chait credits Night + Market for elevating the area's scene, though others like Eveleigh, The Church Key, and Sushi Park have had varying degrees of success here.

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  4. Inside the Weird and Wonderful World of LA's Wacky Novelty ArchitectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Eater

    Los Angeles has given birth to many fads and food trends over the decades, but perhaps the most charming is LA's love of novelty retail buildings. So-called mimetic architecture aims to give a visual reference to consumers about what a building sells or offers, like the a hot dog stand shaped like a hot dog, or the beer barrels of Idle Hour.

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  5. Eggslut's Alvin Cailan Drops New Show All About LA's Burger SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | Eater

    Alvin Cailan's excellent series The Burger Show comes to Los Angeles for season two. The Eggslut co-founder spends his time cruising the streets of L.A., talking to everyone from Roy Choi to the guys who keep The Apple Pan running after all these years.

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  6. Japanese Highballs and Vintage Vinyl Collide at Highland Park's Newest BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Eater

    A new Japanese-style HiFi bar is making its way to Highland Park soon. The project is called Gold Line , and it's a collaboration between a well-known Los Angeles bar owner and one of the city's most iconic record labels.

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  7. Discover This Juicy, Spice-Filled Salvadoran Chicken Sandwich in South LARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Eater

    Angelenos love chicken sandwiches . Especially the tongue-scorching hot chicken ones at Howlin's Ray's ; the sloppy pile of cool, spicy and crunchiness from chef Kris Yembamroong's fried chicken sandwich at Night + Market ; and perhaps the one that started it all, the iconic chicken sandwich at Son of a Gun , perfectly balanced in its textures and flavors.

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  8. Jason Fullilove Expands His Modern Soul Food Restaurant to Culver CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Eater

    It's been less than a year since chef Jason Fullilove opened Barbara Jean on Melrose, and now a Barbara Jean pop-up arrives in Culver City tomorrow. The chef also has two new brick-and-mortar restaurants in the works.

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  9. Redondo Beach's Ridiculous Restaurant Patio War Keeps EscalatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Eater

    Rebel Republic in Redondo Beach is doubling down on its deck. The South Bay restaurant has been under pressure from the city to shutter the seating area, which was built as a temporary structure in 2016 but has proven to be massively popular among customers.

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  10. Portland's Stumptown Coffee Plots Second LA Location in Fashion DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Eater

    Massively popular Portland coffee brand Stumptown is on the move, adding a second local location in the heart of Downtown LA later this year. The new shop will set up along Los Angeles Street, between 8th and 9th.

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  11. Salt Bae's LA Arrival Means the Arts District Has Jumped the SharkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | Eater

    According to some brand new city paperwork, Bae and Co. are officially taking up residence inside the Arts District, with plans to sprinkle their way into everyone's social media feeds soon.

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  12. Former Neuroscientist Launches Two Food Delivery Restaurants in DowntownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 6 | Eater

    Sherry Grimes is a former Brooklyn chef who wants to bring her East Coast food vibe to Los Angeles, but without a brick-and-mortar restaurant. Grimes created a citywide food delivery or pickup kitchen called Pig & Butter and Bleeker Street LA .

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  13. Wexler's Deli Takes on Palm Springs With a Hip New Desert LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Eater

    The desert's increasingly compelling dining scene is about to get the deli fare of its dreams this fall when LA's Wexler's Deli opens at Palm Springs' Arrive hotel. The perennially popular stall at Downtown's Grand Central Market, best known for stuff like house-smoked pastrami and lox, expanded to Santa Monica in 2016 followed by a space at Westfield Century City last year.

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  14. 40-Year-Old Roosterfish Gay Bar Has Reopened in VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Eater

    Venice's longstanding gay bar Roosterfish has come back to life, adding a new chapter to the nearly four-decade-old bar saga. Roosterfish was for the better part of 40 years a staple of the LGBTQ scene in greater Los Angeles.

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  15. The San Fernando Valley's Essential Restaurants, Spring 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Eater

    After finding the essential restaurants in Glendale , Fairfax , Downtown , Silver Lake , Santa Monica , West Hollywood , the South Bay , and Venice , Eater now takes another look at the Valley, an area that was once considered somewhat of a dining desert. That's just a misconception though, as the vast areas of northern Los Angeles actually offer a wealth of exceptional cuisines, from Thai to Japanese to everyday American fare.

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  16. Downtown's Sonoratown Adds Dinner Hour and a Serious New BurritoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 1 | Eater

    Downtown taco star Sonoratown is opening up for dinner service on Friday and Saturday nights. The first evening of service will be tonight, running from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. and offering a limited menu that focuses on the restaurant's new burrito, a mid-sized option with carne asada, pinto beans, jack cheese, and avocado.

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  17. California State Senate Approves 4 a.m. Late Night Alcohol ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 1 | Eater

    California Senate Bill 905 took a significant step towards approval yesterday. The bill would eliminate the standard 2 a.m. last call and extend it to 4 a.m. in Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Long Beach, Palm Springs, San Francisco, Oakland, and Sacramento.

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  18. Here Are the Los Angeles Semifinalists For Eater Young Guns 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 31 | Eater

    Greater Los Angeles is looking good in this year's Eater Young Guns semifinalist list, netting some six nominations from the round-up released today . There are 50 semifinalists in total, spanning jobs and cultures across the country, making this one of the most robust under-30 Young Guns lists in a very long time.

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  19. LA's Influential Lucques Celebrates 20 Years of Changing How the City EatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 31 | Eater

    Congrats to everyone involved with Lucques, as the seminal restaurant celebrates 20 years of success in Los Angeles. Both Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne are James Beard Foundation Award-winners with multiple other restaurants under their belts, and one of the most prodigious catering and large event duos in all of Los Angeles.

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  20. Is The Michelin Guide Actually Coming Back to Los Angeles Soon?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 30 | Eater

    Rumors have been swirling for years now about the possible return of the annual Michelin Guide to Los Angeles. The book is meant to be a standard-bearer for dining excellence in the cities it publishes but hasn't put a new copy in circulation for LA since 2009, and many chefs are keen to see it return as a way to mark the rising tide of phenomenal local restaurants.

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