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  1. Santa Monica's Iconic Michael's Gets a New Chef and Fresh Interior LookRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 16 | Eater

    Plenty of big names have worked their way through the kitchen at Michael's in the nearly four decades since the place first opened. The next man up is Miles Thompson , and he's brought with him a wave of changes to the Westside dining icon.

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  2. Hollywood's Mud Hen Tavern Closes for Good on October 11Read the original story

    Wednesday Sep 14 | Eater

    Sad news for fans of the local-focused Mud Hen Tavern , which has plans to close come October 11. It's a tough ending for the nearly three year old restaurant , which survived the previous iteration of that space, the snacky international food concept Street. Staff has been notified of the shutter as of today, and fans have just under four weeks to enjoy the place themselves before the lights turn off.

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  3. Iconic Mel's Drive-In Rehabs Old Diner in the Heart of Santa MonicaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 14 | Eater

    Here's something awesome: according to a bit of city paperwork, there's a new Mel's Drive-In coming to the city of Santa Monica. A tipster points to this Planning Commission report for Santa Monica, which points towards a meeting to be held in just one week's time that will establish a conditional use permit for one Mel's Drive in right in Lincoln Boulevard.

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  4. Border Grill's Santa Monica Shutter Means $3 Margaritas for AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 12 | Eater

    The long-running Border Grill in Santa Monica is set to be no more soon, with a closing date of October 8 announced for the restaurant . Along the way, expect a slew of deals and send-off dinners from the Too Hot Tamales team.

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  5. Anthony Bourdain Hits Night + Market, a Stabbing at Pier Burger, More A.M. IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 12 | Eater

    LA Magazine takes a hard look at Grand Central Market as the Downtown cultural icon nears its 100th anniversary. Working through the decades and talking to a lot of modern tenants, the piece cobbles together a narrative of change - good, bad, and problematic - for the bustling building.

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  6. NY Times Critic Pete Wells Awards Cassia Three Glowing StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | Eater

    Pete Wells, The New York Times's principal restaurant critic and the subject of a New Yorker article this past week, drops a three-star review on Santa Monica's Cassia this week as a part of the Grey Lady's attempt to widen its influence. It's the first starred review the Times has ever awarded to a restaurant outside of New York City, and the honor goes to Bryant and Kim Ng's year-old Singaporean-Vietnamese eatery.

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  7. Mexican Favorite Loteria Grill Shutters Suddenly in Studio CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 31 | Eater

    And just like that, Loteria Grill in Studio City is no more. Calls to the restaurant are now a dead-end, and the restaurant's OpenTable link from their website is dead as a doornail.

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  8. Border Grill to Shutter Santa Monica Location After 26 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | Eater

    Sad news out of Santa Monica this afternoon, as it seems that Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken will shutter their long-running Border Grill restaurant next month. The famous Border Grill has sat on 4th Street for more than a quarter-century, and served as a backbone for the celebrity chefs' growing empire as they expanded the brand over the past few decades.

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  9. 's Journal 8/29/16: Sea Harbour, Tam O'Shanter, Kali, Local KitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | Eater

    Local Kitchen : The stretch of Ocean Park in Santa Monica is mostly forgettable unless you live in the area . It makes Local Kitchen, a true neighborhood restaurant if there ever was one, stand out even more.

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  10. Coffee and Seafood Make Strange Bedfellows at New Sherman Oaks RestaurantRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Eater

    Sherman Oaks is in line for an interesting new concept, as The Joint looks to improbably marry the worlds of coffee and seafood, all under one roof. Per sources, The Joint is looking to act as an all-day space where guests can swing by to pick up a coffee and pastry, or stay for dinner while nibbling on some affordably-priced ocean fare.

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  11. If You're Going to Hit LA Food & Wine, Here's What Eater RecommendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Eater

    Los Angeles Food & Wine will occupy two main hubs this weekend: one in the middle of Downtown's Grand Avenue in front of the Walt Disney Concert Hall and another at Santa Monica's expansive Barker Hangar. The festivities kick off tonight with an Emeril Lagasse-hosted dinner on Grand Avenue, and they end on Sunday afternoon with the Lexus Grand Tasting.

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  12. Obica's Mozzarella Emporium Opens Tomorrow in West HollywoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Eater

    One familiar face in the ongoing proliferation of high-quality Italian food in Los Angeles has been ObicA , a mozzarella-focused restaurant with additional locations in Century City and Santa Monica. Starting tomorrow , that list will also include the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood.

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  13. Cassia Takes Away Incredible Lunch-Only Burger, and More A.M. NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Eater

    Uh oh. Looks like Cassia in Santa Monica has decided to stop doing lunch, per an email sent around from the restaurant.

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  14. Culver City's Big, Bad Restaurant Problem, And More A.M. IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2016 | Eater

    Belcampo 's got a dry-aged burger you should know about , and from now until August 21 they're doing a deal with said burger that includes fries and a drink for just $15. That's pretty killer.

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  15. Pono Burger Rocks the Roof Off the Sunset StripRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2016 | Eater

    Santa Monica-based Pono Burger has been plotting their very own Sunset Strip location for quite a while , with plans to run a full bar and keep the kind of late night hours those locals need. By the look of the place today, it seems to have been worth the wait.

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  16. Odys + Penelope Does Brunch, FYF's Big Food Lineup, and More A.M. IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2016 | Eater

    Looks like Coachella isn't the only music festival with big plans in the food department. This year's FYF, coming up at the end of the month, will include everyone from Beer Belly to Donut Friend to Mainland Poke and the Yeastie Boys bagels crew.

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  17. 's Journal 8/15/16: Kato, Kogi Taqueria, Choi Ga Nae, Belcampo, Side ChickRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2016 | Eater

    Kato : There seems to be something particularly special happening at Kato in West LA, a new tasting menu destination with just a few seats and lots of heart. The $49 menu runs roughly eight courses and comes with a rotating supplemental side for a few dollars more, should the array of seafood not be enough to fill up hungry bellies.

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  18. Dick Van Dyke Singing at a Denny's in Los Angeles Is Everything You Ever WantedRead the original story

    Aug 15, 2016 | Eater

    What's better than a plate of diner eggs and hash browns? How about Dick van Dyke singing while you eat. That's exactly what happened to some unsuspecting diners at a Denny's in Santa Monica recently, with Hollywood acting icon van Dyke crooning along with his a cappella group The Vantastix at a table near the back.

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  19. One of Italy's Finest Pizza Makers Pops Up at DeSano This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2016 | Eater

    Much of the pizza world has been brimming with excitement lately over the upcoming arrival of Attilio Bacchetti to Los Angeles. Bacchetti is a third-generation Naples-based pizzaiolo, and this coming weekend he's bringing true Italian stuffed crust pizza with him.

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  20. 44 Year Old Gladstone's Malibu Is Being Pushed Out by LA County SupervisorsRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2016 | Eater

    Is this the end of Gladstone's in Malibu? It very much looks like it, as the Daily Breeze is reporting that Los Angeles County seems ready to flip the iconic restaurant property to a new owner with a secured long-term lease. The news comes as quite a shock to many in the Malibu and Santa Monica areas, as Gladstone's has been an extremely popular sunset and dinner destination since 1972.

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