Shopper & Diner: Eagle Rock goes ‘Native’; Highland Park gets a taste of Brooklyn; Holiday discounts at Silver Lake’s Moon Juice; and Atwater Grill’s flame goes out


Native’s new Eagle Rock storefront/Marni Epstein

By Marni Epstein

Eagle Rock Native/Marni Epstein

Los Feliz-based women’s clothing and accessories boutique Native has put its mark on another Eastside neighborhood. Racked L.A. reports the store has opened its second location in Eagle Rock on Colorado Boulevard. The boho boutique’s owner  Michelle Helseth has been eyeing an additional location for some time now, waiting for the perfect spot.  Native’s new location is operates noon to 10 pm daily.
In other Shopper and Diner News:

  •  Brooklyn pizza mogul Paulie Giannone is looking for an Eastside outpost says, Eater LA. Paulie Gee’s is partnering in select cities across the country, including Highland Park, to bring his Greenpoint pizza pies to the masses.
  • From Pizza to Figs:  Highland Park’s shifting dining scene can now welcome Fig House to its fold. Highland Park Patch notes that  Fig House is somewhat of a fine dining, party space, and catering hybrid. With Fig House owner Steve Fortunato aims to bring a full service establishment to the Eastside.
  • As a nod to the holiday season, Moon Juice is making it easier to get the new year started on the right foot. Eater LA says, the juicery and raw snack shop is discounting their three day rainbow cleanse and three day rainbow cleanse package by 10% now through January 6.
  • Atwater Village has said goodbye to small breakfast shop Atwater Grill, reports Eater LA. Plans for the Glendale Blvd location are currently unknown.

Marni Epstein is a freelance writer and music journalist who has also worked in both the film and digital media industries.

One comment

  1. I need 2200-3000 SF or restaurant space in Eagle Rock. Silver lake. Or Highland Park. Please send me the info if you’re aware of any space in any if the designated areas.

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