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Daily Archives: September 4, 2015

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 »

Pop Physique seeks financial muscle to expand; Labor Day closures

MORNING REPORT: Pop Physique, the exercise studio that opened its first location in Silver Lake in 2008, has grown into a chain of 20 boutique fitness gyms and is seeking investors as it opens new outlets from Pasadena to New York .... What government agencies will be closed, or open, on Labor Day .... Lost in El Sereno: Friendly Shitzu Dog .... Lost in Cypress Park: Lost older female Pug Read More »