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Brooklyn Borough Prez Targeting 'Foodies' With Opening of New Incubator

City Guide New York February 3, 2016 0 Comments

The city has invested $1.3 million in Brooklyn FoodWorks. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams continues to push Brooklyn as a place for “foodies” with the official opening of Brooklyn FoodWorks, a food business incubator in the former Pfizer factory. Adams has invested $1.3 million of city money for commercial kitchens, co-working space, and classrooms in the building in partnership with…

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Long-Delayed Spring Set to Open For Lunch Next Week in Downtown

City Guide Los Angeles February 3, 2016 0 Comments

The Church & State owner and Tony Esnault have finally brought the place to life. Though it’s been mostly quiet for, oh, a few years now, rumblings have picked up that Spring restaurant will indeed be opening as early as next week. Per their now-functional site, the soft launch of lunch service exclusively begins on Monday, February 8, though the…

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Orange County's 21 Hottest Restaurants, Winter 2016

City Guide Los Angeles February 2, 2016 0 Comments

LA’s sister county comes alive. Orange County’s dining scene continues to improve, with year-over-year growth at both the high-end and in those often overlooked strip mall finds. From fine dining steakhouses with award-winning wine lists to casual import ramen shops and New York City street food franchies, here’s the best of what to eat in Orange County, right now. Added…

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Bask in Cool Vibes and Exceptional French Fare at Viviane in Beverly Hills

City Guide Los Angeles February 2, 2016 0 Comments

But there were some serious dineLA service flaws. Welcome to Good News/Bad News on Viviane, chef Michael Hung’s beautifully designed mid-century modern restaurant nestled within the Avalon Hotel. With the exception of what sounds like a crazy dineLA week, critics and bloggers alike have lauded the restaurant’s clean French fare, with a glowing review by Jonathan Gold. So what’s the overall…

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