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LA's Essential Late Night Dining Restaurants, Fall 2016

City Guide Los Angeles October 11, 2016 0 Comments

Heavily revised and updated for the cooler months in LA Los Angeles seems to take on a completely different character at night. It’s the dreamlike state from Nicolas Winding Refn’s film Drive or the hazy feel that inspired M83’s tune, Midnight City. While this isn’t quite the city that never sleeps, there are nearly endless options for nighttime revelry, and many great…

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The Next Big Sherman Oaks Bar Will Be a Punch Bowl Paradise

City Guide Los Angeles October 11, 2016 0 Comments

Classic cocktails and casual vibes abound at a spot called Tribute The options for drinking well in the Valley continue to improve, and will take a further jump with the upcoming arrival of Tribute to Sherman Oaks, a cocktail-focused back bar option with lots of promise. Tribute comes by way of the Te’kila team, who took over the shuttered Stanley’s…

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Everything to Know About The Huntington Library’s New Food Spots

City Guide Los Angeles October 10, 2016 0 Comments

The Border Grill and Blue Window team will take over three distinct concepts It was just last week when it was announced that Border Grill’s Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger and Blue Window’s Kajsa Alger would be taking over the culinary operations at the Huntington Library. The iconic botanical garden and art collection that receives three-quarters of a million…

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Chaya Venice Puts on a Modern Look

City Guide Los Angeles October 6, 2016 0 Comments

After 26 years, the team behind Chaya in Venice have decided to overhaul the place to fit with a more modern aesthetic. Along the way they may have created the Westside’s most impressive new dining room for upscale casual Japanese fare, without even really trying. After a quick two-week nip and tuck, Chaya Venice has returned to spruce up the…

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