Tag: food

Du-Par’s Stops Flipping Pancakes in Encino Less than Two Years In

City Guide Los Angeles November 23, 2016 0 Comments

The diner option couldn’t last in the Valley It seems that Du-Par’s Restaurant in Encino is no more, ending a truncated run for the beloved breakfast name. Long known for their still-operational 1930’s era Original Farmers Market location, Du-Par’s seems to have shuttered their Valley option on November 15 with nary a word. The former John O’Groats space hadn’t been…

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Hollywood’s The Grill on the Alley to Shutter Tomorrow After 15 Years

City Guide Los Angeles November 22, 2016 0 Comments

Tomorrow’s the last day to dine at the Hollywood & Highland spot It seems to be the end of the line for The Grill on the Alley‘s outpost in Hollywood (commonly known as The Grill on Hollywood), as the long-running location plans to shutter permanently tomorrow. An email to customers went out last week informing them of the news, which comes…

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Here’s the Opening Menu for Terra Cotta, Koreatown's Striking New Restaurant

City Guide Los Angeles November 21, 2016 0 Comments

Oysters, filet mignon, uni rice, you name it Tonight’s the night for Terra Cotta, Koreatown’s massive new stunner situated just steps from the Wiltern. Meant to be a big, glossy ode to the global world of Los Angeles dining, this serious new contender brings everything from oysters to filet mignon to hot stone uni rice out to play. If you…

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Karl Strauss Rethinks the Modern Brewpub in Downtown

City Guide Los Angeles November 21, 2016 0 Comments

Starting today, the San Diego-based craft beer creators are going big There is no bigger moment for craft beer in Los Angeles than right now, a fact massively underlined by today’s arrival of Karl Strauss Brewing Company to Downtown. Filling a 12,000 square foot warehouse-like space, the San Diego-based brewpub operators have positioned themselves to lead the next charge, away…

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