Monday, October 24, 2016

Shopper & Diner Report: Draft Beer now pouring at Silver Lake’s Black Cat; What is Moon Juice? Get your e-cigs in Eagle Rock

Draft beer ready to pour/Black Cat

The Black Cat in Silver Lake has installed a sleek and shiny draft beer “pouring system” capable of dispensing eight different brews. The draft beer began to flow as the Black Cat, which occupies the same space of a  historic gay bar of the same name,  started a weekday Happy Hour from 4 pm to 6 pm.  In addition to $5 draft beer, well drinks, and select wines, the Black Cat Happy Hour also includes a $10 food and drink combo (it changes daily) a draft beer or glass of wine.

In other Eastside Shopper & Diner news:

Moon Juice? That’s the name of the Venice cold-press juice and raw food place that is scheduled to open a Silver Lake outlet this weekend. Daily Dish said people have already been “pounding at the door” to get their fill of such concoctions  as a Yam Julius, which  contains spiced yam juice with ginger, cinnamon, lucuma, tocotreinols and almond milk.

E-Cigs Shop Opens in Eagle Rock:  A former pot shop has given way to Vape Supreme, which sells battery-powered, tobacc0-free cigarettes, reports Patch.  For those who want a tasty incentive to stop smoking and start “vaping,”   the  e-cigarettes,  which emit a puff of vapor instead of tobacco smoke,  come in 104 flavors.

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  1. So your saying that wih the help of this “pouring system”, one is capable of dispensing beer without the use of bottles? You have completely blown my mind! I suppose next, you are going to tell me that wine will be dispensed out of paper boxes or something crazy like that…technology these days!?!?

  2. I wish Moon Juice success, but being entirely Lucuma- and Tocowhatzit-ignorant, I have this nagging tendency to avoid places that force me to contemplate googling the components of its concoctions.

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