Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Eastsider on the Go

Go Get Em Tiger and Square One shuffle while young chefs shine on Zagat list in Silver Lake; former employee sues Mohawk Bend owner; Boo-tique treats Glassell Park


Coffee sensation Go Get Em Tiger has served up its last cup of acclaimed brew one day ahead of schedule at its Hyperion Avenue pop-up location in Silver Lake. Owners Kyle Glanville and Charles Babinski are setting up a permanent home on the 4600 block of Hollywood Boulevard in Los Feliz “in the not-too-distant future,” GGET further announced on Instagram. Read More »

Frogtown’s newsy sandwiches and microbrew plans; Starry Kitchen’s tofu balls rolling into Echo Park; the Odells’ stylish ode to Silver Lake


The currently minimal Spoke Bicycle Café in Elysian Valley, aka Frogtown, has big plans to transform itself into a full restaurant and microbrewery, reports the Los Angeles Times. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served daily and a micro coffee roastery will also be on-site. For the booze, owners Richard Latronica and Laurie Winston plan to serve select wines and their own beer brewed at the restaurant. Read More »

Organizers postpone Eagle Rock Music Festival

EAGLE ROCK — The Eagle Rock Music Festival, which had grown into Northeast L.A.’s largest music event and street fair, has been postponed until next spring, festival organizers announced today. The Center for the Arts Eagle Rock ,which usually holds the festival in October, said it ... Read More »