Friday, October 21, 2016

Hollywood nightclub owner opening liquor and grocery under Highland Park’s “Coldest Beer in Town” space


Storefront ReportHIGHLAND PARK —  Jeremy Fall, a fashion designer turned Hollywood nightclub owner, is now preparing to put his spin on the corner liquor and grocery store. He recently leased the space now occupied by Highland Park Liquor, the shop located under the vintage blue-and-white neon sign that proclaims “The Coldest Beer in Town” at the corner of Figueroa and Avenue 59, according to Eater L.A.

Fall’s new place will be called Tinfoil Liquor & Grocery but he plans to keep the neon sign. In addition to booze, produce and convenience items, Tinfoil will also include a sandwich shop that Fall is opening partnership with chef Alvin Cailan of Eggslut, according to LAist.

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  1. Seems like a good idea if you live within walking distance. Can’t imagine it tearing me away from Fresco Mkt though unless they sell baguettes and have an amazing cheese selection.

  2. A deli from the proprietor of Eggslut?

    My money’s on it being called “Sambi_ch”.

  3. There’s no good bread around! PLEEASE some fabulous baker open a place with amazing bread like Bread Lounge!!!!!!

    • I wonder what ever happened with the space next to Maximiliano getting turned into their bread retail spot?

  4. but will there be meat?

  5. I’m sure Rose Carrarini’s Rose Bakery would bring EXCELLENT bread. I just hope this is happening now that it looks like Maison Margiela isn’t taking over the Frank’s Camera building.

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