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Howlin' Ray's Gets Mobbed on First Day at Chinatown's Far East Plaza

City Guide Los Angeles April 21, 2016 0 Comments

And they’re only in soft opening mode It’s (soft) opening day at Howlin’ Rays, and it sure seems like word is out. The popular Nashville hot chicken truck-turned-restaurant announced their public arrival earlier today, and the Far East Plaza didn’t take long to get absolutely mobbed. Early on, the line pushed out the front door of the smallish space and edged…

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5 Brand New Eateries That Opened This Week Across Los Angeles

City Guide Los Angeles April 20, 2016 0 Comments

Toca Madera’s casual Westside eatery, Taiwanese street food, and doughnuts in Spring Street Arcade 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. April 20, 2016: Venice— Toca Madera has become quite…

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Atwater Village’s Link N Hops Carries Craft Beer and Sausage Up to Tujunga Soon

City Guide Los Angeles April 19, 2016 0 Comments

Opening later this year in the hillside enclave Coming soon to the relatively sleepy mountainside hollow of Tujunga, it’s Link N Hops, an offshoot of the Atwater Village restaurant of the same name. The first iteration of Link N Hops is a medium-sized pub spot serving a variety of sausages, sides, and craft beer, and has become something of an…

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Wellfed Brings Healthy Comfort Fare to Playa Vista

City Guide Los Angeles April 18, 2016 0 Comments

The cornerstone of Silicon Beach gains another snazzy eatery Wellfed, the eatery formerly known as “Great Food” in Playa Vista, has officially opened its doors, according to roving Westside reporter Toddrickallen. Offering a tight menu of healthy plates like ahi katsu, herb-seared mahi mahi, and tofu steak with sobu noodles, it’s the kind of light fare that Westsiders tend to enjoy…

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