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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Eastside Shopper & Diner Report

  • Little Beast, a pop up restaurant serving “progressive American comfort food,” is going to open a permanent Eagle Rock location in the former Larkin’s restaurant. Eagle Rock Patch
  • Another Pop Up Goes Permanent: Twenty-four-year-old chef Miles Thompson returns to Echo Park with the Thursday grand opening of Allummette in the former Alston Yacht Club.  Thompson operated a pop up restaurant in the same  Echo Park space  – remember the $175 steak? – last summer. Squid Ink
  • Churro with your cappuccino? The Salinas Churro Truck will be parked in front of Taza in Echo Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Bike busted? Brothers team up to open a new Highland Park bike repair shop. Highland Park Patch
  • New brewmaster takes over at Golden Road Brewing in Atwater Village. Digest Blog


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  1. I love TAZA Cafe! What a great addition to Echo Park. Coffee and churros, yum! See you Saturday!

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