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Spring Natural Settles Into its New Location on Kenmare

City Guide New York February 23, 2016 0 Comments

This is the restaurant’s second relocation. Soho health food favorite Spring Street Natural is now up and running in its new home at 96 Kenmare Street — although now it’s called Spring Natural. For three decades, the restaurant lived in the space on the corner of Spring Street and Lafayette. Owner Rus Shoenholt — who founded Spring Street Natural in…

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Ma-po Pete Gives Two Stars to Little Pepper in College Point

City Guide New York February 23, 2016 0 Comments

The Times critic is smitten with the spicy fries and the smashed cukes. Little Pepper is a 20-minute bus ride away from the closest subway station. But Pete Wells argues that the spicy Sichuan fare is worth the special trip: Some New Yorkers grade Sichuan food by its firepower. When their tongues have been reduced to smoldering ruins, they declare…

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Nighthawk Expands Hours, Porto's Heads to Orange County, and More A.M. Intel

City Guide Los Angeles February 23, 2016 0 Comments

Plus pho tacos and some mislabeled Chinese food in Woodland Hills. Nighthawk expands their hours Hollywood’s new late night breakfast concept space Nighthawk is stretching its wings, expanding into longer hours Wednesday through Saturday. Now open 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., the Las Palmas hotspot is taking reservations and serving eggs until the wee hours. Get in by calling 323-467-0400 or…

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Mod Con Converts Cafe Sushi on Beverly Into Taiwanese-Leaning Small Plates Spot

City Guide Los Angeles February 22, 2016 0 Comments

Just don’t call it fusion food. Beverly Boulevard is in line for some more Asian-inspired eats, with the incoming arrival of Mod Con to the former Cafe Sushi space just east of La Cienega. The former tenant had been on site for more than three decades, doing easygoing rolls and the like, while the inbound Mod Con hopes to become a…

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The Ultimate Los Angeles Breakfast Guide

City Guide Los Angeles February 22, 2016 0 Comments

Breakfast Week was a real doozy, with enough egg-centric content to make your head spin. Although it has come and gone, breakfast is worth celebrating every day of the year. We here at Eater LA have compiled all of our morning meal stories for your dining pleasure, from gluttonous pancakes to breakfast tacos and just about everything else in between.…

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