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Beverly Hills Beignet Shutters Amidst Ugly Partner Dispute

City Guide Los Angeles December 29, 2016 0 Comments

Yikes It’s a sad day for sugar aficionados, as restaurateur Dion Antic announced the shutter of Beverly Hills Beignet just six months after opening. The pastry shop was one of the few places to score New Orlean’s favorite powdered sugar-coated fried dough treats in town — and exceptional ones at that — with recipes developed by consulting pastry chef Lincoln…

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The Biggest LA Dining Surprises in 2016, According to Friends of Eater

City Guide Los Angeles December 29, 2016 0 Comments

What shocked the local restaurant world? Bill Esparza, Food Writer The sheer number of openings Oren Peleg, Eater LA Contributor At the risk of sounding like a broken record: Kato. Wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into, but once I found the hidden storefront and started eating — wow. Also, if you haven’t been to Howlin’ Ray’s, I don’t…

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Five Brand New Eateries to Check Out in Los Angeles, Winter 2016

City Guide Los Angeles December 28, 2016 0 Comments

A fusion food truck, an East Hollywood pizza boom, and even more poke Here now, Eater LA compiles some of the more notable openings scattered throughout Los Angeles. Every week we’ll be tackling new places to check out in various neighborhoods. Any new spots that we might’ve missed? Hit the tipline. December 28, 2016: East Hollywood— East Hollywood has low…

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LA’s Best Dining Neighborhood of 2016, According to Local Industry Experts

City Guide Los Angeles December 28, 2016 0 Comments

It’s looking like Chinatown vs. Koreatown vs. Downtown Bill Esparza, Food Writer My ‘hood: Hollywood, it’s comin’ up! Oren Peleg, Eater LA Contributor Silver Lake. Yes, I said Silver Lake in 2016. You can park your car (or Uber to) that stretch of Sunset and walk (again, yes, I said walk) to solid neighborhood restaurant after solid neighborhood restaurant. There…

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Jonathan Gold Even Loves the Leftovers from Hatchet Hall

City Guide Los Angeles December 27, 2016 0 Comments

It all centers around a bowl of buttered cabbage Jonathan Gold dropped his pre-holiday weekend review last Friday on Hatchet Hall, chef Brian Dunsmoor’s Culver City ode to Southern cuisine that opened in mid 2015. The LA Times critic notes that “the kitchen shows much more finesse now than it did a month after its opening,” and is turning out…

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