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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Eastside Shopper & Diner Report

All You Can Eat: Gobi Mongolian BBQ House in Silver Lake is offering an all-you-can-eat promotion in August on Wednesday and Saturday night’s beginning at 6 p.m. Wash that meal down with six craft beers now on tap.

Mohawk Bend Spill Over:  The long wait for a table at Echo Park’s new Mohawk Bend prompted one neighborhood resident to stop by El Prado only to discover that the Echo Park bar was packed with people who also could not get into Mohawk Bend.  Despite the midweek crowds, the Sunset Boulevard bar still retains a friendly neighborhood vibe, according to Squid Ink. “When you want to see friends, to be out, you go to a place like El Prado.”

Nailing Down The Best: Patch presents its five top picks for Eagle Rock nail salons. Not sure what the criteria was but Colorado Boulevard seems the place to go for gelicures and French tips.

Old School Italian: Andre Guerrero, owner of Eagle Rock”s Oinkster, is branching out into Highland Park with an Italian restaurant, Maximiliano.  The restaurant on York Boulevard near Toledo Street is scheduled to open next month, according to Patch.  Maximiliano will play up favorites like spaghetti and meatballs but also take advantage of seasonal ingredients and make it own pasta and ice cream as well as cure its own pancetta.

Lunch for Dinner? Local in Silver Lake is offering its lunch offerings at dinner so patrons can have more choices with locally brewed beer, said owner Jason Michaud. The Dinner menu itself will be changing  once a month on the first.

New look for Vintage Store: Michaud also mentioned that his Echo Park vintage store, TNSEN, on Berkeley Avenue is being re-launched with items.



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  1. Speaking of Mohawk Bend spillover, how’s little Elf Cafe doing in all this? They’re practically under the Mohawk Bend marquee…

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