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Friday, October 31, 2014

Shopper & Diner Report

  • Atwater Village Farm, a grocery featuring farm-fresh produce,  opened last week after numerous delays, reports Squid Ink.  In addition to produce, the Glendale Boulevard store will sell  “pickles, jam, honey and olive oil; locally grown grains and nuts; and imports, such as beans and California cheeses.”
  • Echo Park’s  Mohawk Bend, which opened this summer, is preparing for its first New Year’s Eve Dinner special: a $65, per-person meal that includes a post-midnight beer toast and souvenir glasses. Reservations required.
  • The new owner of Anatomy Fitness in Highland Park will hold a grand reopening ceremony  in January, according to Patch. The name of fitness center and classes will remain the same but many prices will be lower.


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