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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

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Highland Park gets a Romanian inspired cafe

HIGHLAND PARK -- A Romanian-inspired cafe called Parsnip quietly opened last week on York Boulevard. Anca Caliman, partner in Lemon Poppy Kitchen in Glassell Park, and Aracelly Flores, longtime Lemon Poppy Kitchen cook, have partnered to open a casual, counter-service cafe in the former Antojitos Guerrero space. Read More »

Wanderlust Creamery travels to Atwater Village

ATWATER VILLAGE — Tarzana’s Wanderlust Creamery will soon be serving its specialty ice cream in Atwater Village, Eater LA reports. Expected to open by the end of the month, the Glendale Boulevard location will be Wanderlust’s second shop. True to the store’s name, the theme behind ... Read More »

Echo Park’s The Whisperer restaurant goes quietly

ECHO PARK —  Less than a year after it opened, The Whisperer restaurant shut down last month. Now, a new owner is preparing to open in the same spot, which hasn’t been able to retain a restaurant for very long. The Whisperer opened last February in a ... Read More »

Lincoln Heights coffee scene perks up

LINCOLN HEIGHTS —  The neighborhood’s coffee scene has been pretty low key. Cafe in the Heights closed about two years ago, and Cafe Zeta did not last very long. But now the team behind The Heights Deli and Bottle Shop has stepped in to fill the ... Read More »

New Atwater Village restaurant features a farm-to-table menu

By JACQUELINE FERNANDEZ ATWATER VILLAGE – Palette Food and Juice, a “farm-to-table, fast casual” eatery, opened its doors late last month on Glendale Boulevard. The restaurant prides itself on using only local, fresh ingredients. It was Chef Molly Fleming’s idea to keep farmers and vendors in ... Read More »