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Longtime Mexican Restaurants Malo and Más Malo Close on July 30

City Guide Los Angeles July 20, 2018 0 Comments

An abrupt ending for two prime restaurant spaces Longtime sister restaurants Malo and Màs Malo are closing for good. The parent company announced today the Mexican restaurants’ final date of service will be July 30. And while the closure is sad news for the city of Los Angeles, this also means that two prime restaurant spaces in Silver Lake and…

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Texas’s Best Barbecue Writer Heaps Praise on Ray’s BBQ in Huntington Park

City Guide Los Angeles July 20, 2018 0 Comments

Plus a street food party in Silver Lake, and Shibumi gives back Brisket love Ray’s Barbecue in Huntington Park is in the news again, this time getting a big, sunny profile in Texas Monthly magazine by none other than BBQ legend Daniel Vaughn. There’s a lot going on in in the piece, from owner Ray Ramirez’s love of Texas-style brisket…

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LA’s Most Beloved Spaghetti Restaurant Will Eventually Close in Beverly Grove

City Guide Los Angeles July 19, 2018 0 Comments

Andre’s hopes to return once construction is complete Often referred to as “the other side of the Grove,” the Town and Country Shopping Center is slated for a big new redevelopment starting in 2019. The construction will push out longtime tenants like the 55-year-old Andre’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria, which has served generations of Angelenos with heaping plates of spaghetti…

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The 15 Hottest Brunch Spots in Los Angeles, July 2018

City Guide Los Angeles July 19, 2018 0 Comments

The newest, best places to get weekend brunch in the City of Angels There’s nothing better than a great brunch to either kick off or cap the weekend’s festivities. Saturday and Sunday mornings (and often into the afternoons) are prime time for weekend dining warriors to grab a bloody mary, mimosa, or bellini, because, well, if there isn’t booze, brunch…

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h.Wood Buys Out Hakkasan to Pursue Their Own Restaurant and Nightlife Destiny

City Guide Los Angeles July 18, 2018 0 Comments

The LA-based group charges ahead with massive expansion plans LA’s powerhouse hospitality company h.Wood Group, which opened The Nice Guy, Delilah, and Poppy, among others, has re-acquired its global rights from its now former strategic partner, Hakkasan Group by buying 100% of its equity back. Back in 2014, massive nightlife brand Hakkasan took a majority stake in the local company…

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