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LA's Essential Late Night Dining Restaurants, Summer 2016

City Guide Los Angeles June 22, 2016 0 Comments

Don’t despair because other places have closed down. 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 places for…

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Downtown Dining Palace Bottega Louie Expanding to West Hollywood

City Guide Los Angeles June 22, 2016 0 Comments

Going into the former Cooley’s After months of speculation, Downtown’s elegant dining hall Bottega Louie is opening a second location in the heart of West Hollywood in the former Cooley’s space. In fact, Bottega Louie is partnering with WeHo legend David Cooley himself on the operation. The massive 8,900 square foot space will sport about 200 seats, including an outdoor dining patio.…

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Epic Los Angeles Sandwiches to Eat Before You Die

City Guide Los Angeles June 21, 2016 0 Comments

Classic sandwiches of every variation. Los Angeles has its fair share of great sandwiches, and even takes credit for inventing one: the French dip. Since the “accident” of the French dip in the early 20th century, L.A.’s sandwich pantheon has added many standard-bearing types, such as the pastrami, corned beef, Italian submarine, Cuban, Greek and even Vietnamese sandwiches, a claim…

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LA Weekly Critic Says Moruno Is Worth the Hassle of Going There

City Guide Los Angeles June 21, 2016 0 Comments

B. Rod gives it a glowing three-star review This week Besha Rodell reviews Moruno, the Southern Spanish-influenced restaurant in the Original Farmer’s Market by Mozza alums David Rosoff and Chris Feldmeier. Even though the Weekly critic characterizes the parking situation as extreme “vehicular torture,” she states, “I still think you should go there. Even on a Saturday night.” Rodell enjoys…

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