Sunday, October 23, 2016

Moby’s vegan eatery opens in Silver Lake; Oilcloth quickie sale in Highland Park; chic children’s wear pops up in Atwater Village



The latest addition to Silver Lake’s sizzling dining scene is Moby’s Little Pine vegan restaurant, Eater LA reports. Chef Kristyne Starling of Aventine Hollywood heads the kitchen that serves stuffed shells with pesto and marinara, meatless meatballs, vegan cassoulet provencale, pastas and organic salads. The 50-seat eatery is situated in an Art Deco-inspired building that was selected by Moby, who also appointed Little Pine with his own collection of photographs, Los Angeles Magazine reports.

In other Shopper & Diner News:

  • Find an abundance of colorful oilcloths imported directly from Mexico at Oilcloth International’s warehouse sale Saturday, November 21, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Highland Park. In addition to the selling oilcloth by the yard, Oilcloth International also offers Cut and Sewn products such as tablecloths, placemats, aprons and bags. Oilcloth International is located on the 100 block of Avenue 61 in Highland Park.
  • Holiday shopping for stylish children’s clothing on the Eastside just got a bit easier with the coming of Ultra Violet Kids’ pop-up in Atwater Village, reports Racked LA. In addition to the forward fashion, locally designed and produced items that Ultra Violet Kids is known for, moccasins by Neon Rage and mini handbags by Raine+Sky are also on hand. The Glendale Boulevard pop-up is open now until December 19.
  • The cozy coffee and sandwich shop, Nana’s Eatery, unexpectedly popped up in Silver Lake recently, reports Eater LA. Previously a wellness center, Nana’s underwent an extensive makeover that included a brick red colored exterior, coffee bar, integrated WiFi and seating for about 20 customers. Nana’s Eatery is located on the 1900 block of Hyperion Avenue in Silver Lake.

Cecilia Padilla-Brill is a communications writer and journalist. She writes news, health, education and feature stories. Cecilia is currently working on her first novel. She has lived in Echo Park since 1999

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