SILVER LAKE — A former laundry next to The Black Cat will be turned into a new restaurant with a total of 120 indoor and outdoor seats if the city grants the necessary permits.
Atwater’s treehaus plants its roots into bigger digs; cantimpalitos find a permanent spot on a Silver Lake menu; French bakery’s bonjour in Boyle Heights
Treehaus is staying true to its Atwater roots with its recent relocation from 3229 Glendale Boulevard to a bigger storefront just a few shops down at 3153 Glendale Boulevard, where it will share space with SewLA.
Eastside Weekend: Con/Safos at The Bowtie Project; To Whom It May Concern; Joan of Arc at The Viaduct
What's going on this weekend? Here are some options: The Passion of Joan of Arc will be screened under a bridge near Lincoln Heights; several writers will read their work in a speed-dating format in Elysian Valley and a 5k walk and run will take place along the L.A. River.
GLASSELL PARK– In 1923 Ed Rauen’s grandfather opened Verdugo Hardware on Verdugo Road. In 1939, the business moved to where it sits today on Eagle Rock Boulevard. That’s where Rauen is now currently holding a close out sale on all the merchandise as he prepares to close the family business after nine decades.
EAGLE ROCK -- Why would anyone want to spend Saturday - the first-ever Bird L.A. Day - inside an Occidental College laboratory looking through cabinets containing 65,000 dead birds? Answer: Because it’s science and because it’s awesome.
EAGLE ROCK -- Former Glee producer Alexis Martin Woodall and her husband, chef Dave Woodall, are preparing to open a new restaurant called Red Herring in the former home of Le Petit Beaujolais on Colorado Boulevard.
It's a busy Saturday with a Neutra house tour in Silver Lake, writing workshops and a a bus tour of Echo Park crime. More to do in our Eastside Events calendar. More to do in Eastside Events.
Eastside Weekend: Trains and Derby Dolls in El Sereno; bird watching on the L.A. River; street art show in Echo Park
Lot's to do this weekend - watch roller derby players or model trains roll in El Sereno or spend Saturday morning bird watching along the L.A. River.
ECHO PARK -- Only a few weeks after going up for rent at more than $2,400 a month, the former Beatrice Valenzuela shop has apparently been leased to a new tenant. But who is it?
The default attitude for most adults nowadays is cynicism. So, it is refreshing that a group like Babes can unfurl an earnest pop banner and dance under it for all to see.