The O’Dell’s and good-looking plebes in Silver Lake; the Eastside’s secret breakfast burritos; Highland Park’s Town Pizza expands


Silver Lake husband and wife designer duo Laura Stang and Jason O’Dell introduce an impressive line of print pieces as a part of The Odell’s spring collection, Racked LA reports. Based on Jason’s photographs, the collection conveys the effortless style that The Odell’s brand is regarded for. The collection is available at Bucks & Does on the 3900 block of Sunset Boulevard.

In other Shopper & Diner News:

  • The Eastside has it going on when it comes to keeping its breakfast burritos under wrap. According to Eater LA, the best kept secret as far as breakfast burritos go are Highland Café in Highland Park, Patra’s Burgers in Echo Park and Rick’s Drive In & Out in Silver Lake. Highland Café is located on the 5000 block of York Boulevard; Patra’s Burgers is on the 1500 block of Sunset; Rick’s Drive In and Out is at 2400 Fletcher Drive.
  • Tenants of Trees in Silver Lake was named by Vogue as a “nightlife compound for models and creatives.” Apparently, the indoor-outdoor cocktail bar is a magnet for models visiting from New York, music and film industry folks and even good looking “plebes,” as the Eater L.A. describes.
  • Town Pizza in Highland Park is expanding its space commencing on Friday, Feb. 26, Eater LA reports. What’s to come is a full service dining destination that offers beer, wine, salads, charcuterie and, of course, pizza.

Cecilia Padilla-Brill is a communications writer and journalist. She writes news, health, education and feature stories. Cecilia is currently working on her first novel. She has lived in Echo Park since 1999

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One comment

  1. c’mon man, it was a secret!

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