Friday, October 28, 2016

Shopper & Diner: Silver Lake sandwiches to-go; community yoga in Lincoln Heights & Eagle Rock’s designer fashion on a budget

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Sandwich-to-go window at Lucky Duck | Photo by Marni Epstein

By Marni Epstein

Lucky Duck,  the American Bistro in Silver Lake, is making it easy to grab a sandwich on the go with a new walk-up window on Hyperion Avenue,  reports Eater LA.  Stop by between 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m and grab one of their robust offerings created by chef Luke Reyes.

In other Shopper & Diner news:

  • Lucky in Lincoln Heights are those looking to dive into yoga. The Huffington Post notes, yoga instructor Marlene McCurtis has introduced [email protected],  free community yoga classes at Leadership in Entertainment and Media Arts High School (LEMA). Her goal is to serve those in the so-called yoga desert. The bilingual classes are making the practice approachable for a community that up to this point, has been so underserved compared to some of its Eastside neighbors.
  • Designer duds have made their way to Eagle Rock at the new consignment and re-sale store, Gift of Garb. Racked LA writes that goods from designer labels like Helmut Lang, Isabel Marant, Stella McCartney are all available at reasonable prices. The store is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm.
  •  For some suds to go along with your new duds, check out the Eagle Rock Brewery in Glassell Park. LA Magazine reports that for the first time since 2012, the brewery’s popular 10.8% ABV Red Velvet Imperial Ale is back. The 10.8% ABV is available at the tap room as well as bottle shops.

Marni Epstein Epstein is an entertainment, music, and lifestyle Journalist and resident of Echo Park. She has previously worked in the film and digital media industries with FOX and Sony Pictures Entertainment. She is currently also pursuing a Masters in Historic Preservation.

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