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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Restaurants & Bars

Home cooks share holiday recipes and traditions

The holidays are a time when Los Angeles home cooks emerge from their kitchens with meals that reflect the city's vast variety of cultures and traditions. We asked three residents from different backgrounds to share holiday recipes and what makes these dishes a yearly tradition. Read More »

Pizza Bandit brings pastrami pie to East L.A.

EAST LOS ANGELES – There’s another pizza joint in town, Eater LA reports: Pizza Bandit. Apparently, the pies are Yasiel Puig-approved, since the Dodgers’ right-fielder appears on Pizza Bandit’s Yelp page. The restaurant in a Whittier Boulevard strip mall also boasts of a pastrami pizza with ... Read More »

One Down Dog yoga stretches into Echo Park

ECHO PARK – One Down Dog, which operates yoga studios in Eagle Rock and Silver Lake, will open a third location early next year in the Echo Park Village complex now taking shape on Glendale Boulevard south of Temple Street. Owner Jessica Rosen said the new ... Read More »

Legalize street vendors? Some businesses are carefully open to the idea

The effort to legalize street vendors is moving forward at City Hall. The proposal has proven controversial in the past, with many residents as well as brick-and-mortar business owners opposed to the idea. But most of the business owners and managers who were interviewed by The Eastsider were open to but cautious about the measure. Read More »

Blue Bottle Coffee joining Los Feliz cafe scene

LOS FELIZ — Looks like Blue Bottle Coffee is preparing to start serving its high-end brew on Hillhurst Avenue, according to city records. The Bay Area coffee chain has filed for a city business license at 2066 Hillhurst, a ground-floor space in an Art-Deco style building ... Read More »

Planned Highland Park barbershop wants to serve booze

HIGHLAND PARK —  A barbershop-restaurant combo might seem odd at first. But it’s a concept that has apparently worked for Blind Barber, which operates  barbershop /cafes in New York and Culver City. Now, the owners want to open a Blind Barber, which would serve a full-line ... Read More »