LA restaurants

It’s all cacti and cocktails at Los Angeles’ new desert rooftop pool oasis

Another day, another big Hollywood opening (including the reveal this morning of Grandmaster Recorders). This time it’s about soaring to the Desert 5 Spot, a Western-inspired rooftop bar located atop the Tommie Hotel – the same that now houses Wes Avila’s astonishing Ka’teen on the ground floor. -of the road. …

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Bites at the restaurant, December 7, 2021 | Business

Brochachos food truck opened on November 6 in the Candyman Strings & Things parking lot on St. Michael’s Drive in Calle Lorca. Brochachos serves a variety of hot dogs and Frito pies. At Mamou, 217 E. Palace Ave., was closed for renovations in November and December. Sushi and Doner Kebab …

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Bishop’s School purchases the Jack in the Box property in La Jolla; plans for its use to be determined

Bishop’s School in La Jolla has purchased the neighboring property that once housed the Jack in the Box fast food restaurant at 564 Pearl St. The site will be leased on a short-term basis to a tenant yet to be determined, according to the school. In the long run, it …

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Ilkley La Casita restaurant will support three charities this Christmas

LA Casita, a tapas restaurant in Ilkley, pledged to help three local charities in December. The restaurant has asked its social media followers to choose a charity to support, the shortlist being between Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Martin House Children’s Hospice and Feed Leeds Homeless project. Following a high number of …

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Burglary delays opening of Ramen Hiroshi restaurant in San Francisco’s financial district

The opening of a new ramen shop in the Financial District is on hold after vandals burst into space over the weekend and staged a multi-hour underground party, Ramen owner Hiroshi told KTVU. Co-owner Daniel Bomya claims the thieves took away the restaurant’s surveillance cameras but left plenty of evidence, …

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Garbage cans allow New Orleans oyster lovers to donate seashells for reefs

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – An environmental group that makes oyster reefs from shellfish collected from restaurants in the New Orleans area now has a new partner so everyone can contribute. “After enjoying oysters at home with your family and friends, you can help protect our coast” by bringing seashells to …

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Kent restaurateur Mehmet Dari recounts the deportation battle, A La Turka and plans for Herne Bay

When Mehmet Dari arrived in Dover he only had 1,000 deutsche mark in his pocket. He didn’t know anyone and his English only extended to “hello”, “welcome” and “bread”. Sitting in his lawyer’s office in London six months later, a translator told him that his attempt to stay in the …

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Carlino: Opening of a new restaurant in Shangri-La Vancouver revealed

Earlier this month, we announced that Miantiao, the newly opened restaurant inside the Shangri-La Hotel Vancouver, has announced its upcoming closure. The Italian-Chinese restaurant has confirmed that it will offer its last service before closing on Monday, November 29, after six months of operation. Miantiao’s operating group Kitchen Table Restaurants …

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Hawaii counties relax COVID-19 rules in restaurants and bars | National policy

HONOLULU (AP) – Most counties in Hawaii on Tuesday said they would allow restaurants and bars to operate at 100% capacity and eliminate the requirement that groups sit at 6 feet (1, 83 meter) in restaurants as the state relaxes some restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But Gov. …

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Fire breaks out at Les Amis Group’s Spanish restaurant La Taperia at the Shaw Center, Community news and featured articles

SINGAPORE – Monday, November 22, the first day that restaurants once again welcome more vaccinated diners, a fire broke out in a Spanish restaurant belonging to the Les Amis group at the Shaw Center in Orchard. The incident happened in La Taperia and a spokesperson for the group said for …

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As tourism clears, Times Square aims to regain luster

NEW YORK – David Cohen longs for a return to the days when business was booming in his family’s Times Square gift shop. As tourists have started to return, the foot traffic to Grand Slam memorabilia is still not what it was before the pandemic, when hordes of visitors from …

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Restaurant owner WeHo fears rising wages could lead to job losses

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – As a West Hollywood restaurant owner, Walter Schild kept his restaurant afloat during the pandemic; However, the city’s latest wage hike, as its restaurant recovers, could be another hurdle. “We’ll have to cut back on the hours, we won’t reopen for brunch and I think some …

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For these Oakland restaurants, popularity is a blessing and a curse

During the pandemic, long-standing restaurants closed permanently while new establishments struggled to find their place. Even restaurants that have successfully racked up a loyal following say they face staffing issues, supply chain delays and shortages, and the detrimental impact the service industry has on their mental and physical health. . …

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You must ask for plastic utensils and napkins in LA now

Los Angeles restaurants will no longer freely distribute plastic utensils and napkins and will only offer disposables to customers who request them. Under the new ordinance, which came into effect Monday for restaurants with more than 26 employees, all single-use plastic utensil dispensers will be phased out. Businesses will also …

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‘Track home flights’ – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Authorities have issued a community alert for Los Angeles residents, warning of an ongoing criminal trend called “home thefts.” The Los Angeles Police Department has listed neighborhoods such as Melrose and the Jewelry District as well as upscale nightclubs and restaurants as locations where these crimes …

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Best Eats: Big Goat at Gish Bac in LA

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KGET) – On weekends at Gish Bac, a small Mid-Wilshire restaurant surrounded by coach shops and gas stations, gives off the aroma of barbacoa enchilada – goat barbacoa in red sauce – goat cheese at length cooked with hot peppers, herbs and spices cooked until the meat …

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Fake meat is about to take over your table?

Several years ago I read a story in Pacific Standard magazine called “The Biography of a Plant Based Burger”. The main character was a hamburger, of course, but at his heels was Patrick O. Brown, a “Stanford University professor in gray, with glasses, 62 years old,” who, after a sabbatical …

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Broward restaurants with zero infractions in September

BROWARD COUNTY, Florida. – Each location listed below does not have cockroach and rodent problems! Below is a list of locations in Broward County in September 2021 that had ZERO INFRINGEMENT on their unannounced state inspection. Thank you! SEPTEMBER 2021: BROWARD COUNTY DISTRICT 2 * AUBERGE DU SOLEIL 1120 N. …

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Restaurants at WeHo Showcase Delicious dinner specials

Restaurants in the city of West Hollywood present delicious specialties for dineL.A, a biannual event with participating restaurants offering prix fixe menu options. The city of West Hollywood has some of the best dining options in Southern California and the dineL.A. The event is a great opportunity to explore the …

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Los Angeles to adopt strict vaccination mandate

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Leaders in Los Angeles were set to promulgate one of the country’s toughest vaccination mandates on Wednesday – a sweeping move that would require injections for everyone who walks into a bar, restaurant, a nail salon, a gym or even a Lakers game. City council was …

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The glories of the pan-seared jeon await you in Koreatown

Jeon (sometimes also transliterated to jun or chun) are often described in English as “tasty Korean pancakes,” although that doesn’t quite reflect the breadth of possibilities these breaded and pan-fried snacks have to offer. Yes, it can be round, palm-sized cakes topped with soft flake pollock, maybe, or almost as …

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No more FOGO Parisians

PARIS – On a recent sunny afternoon, a group of young women in short dresses and tall boots piled into a special elevator at Cheval Blanc, a new hotel in the La Samaritaine complex along the Seine, and were taken to the restaurant Le Tout- Paris. Reimagined as a contemporary …

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Guerrero: Governor Newsom disappoints farm workers after recall

On Saturday, Guillermo Garcia spoke to dozens of farm workers outside French Laundry, the upscale restaurant in Yountville, Calif., Where Governor Gavin Newsom was caught having dinner without a mask during ‘a party during the pandemic. “I don’t know about you, but I’m angry! Exclaimed the 49-year-old farm worker from …

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Costa Mesa Knife Pleat Receives Michelin Star

Michelin stars have long held unmatched stature in the restaurant industry, and a restaurant that deserves this distinction is held in the highest regard. This week, Orange County won its third Michelin-starred restaurant, South Coast Plaza’s Knife Pleat receiving a Guide Star. Led by chef Tony Esnault and restaurateur Yassmin …

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New Schools in Clark County: “Warm and Invited”

512 SE Ellsworth Road, Vancouver District: Evergreen Public Schools Area: 62,000 square feet Architect / Contractor: LSW Architects / Petra Construction Cost / source of funding: $ 25.1 million / 2018 bond measure Students served: years K-5 Capacity: 550 students Opening year of the previous building: 1958 Fun fact (s): …

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SF mayor goes maskless and attacks ‘funny police’

San Francisco Mayor London Breed applauds what she called “fun police” after she was caught on camera defying the city’s mask mandate. Breed was spotted partying at the Jazz Bar and Black Cat nightclub on Wednesday. The maskless mayor was pictured sitting at a table with friends, who were also …

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The 32 best restaurants in Lisbon

The patio in Bahr.| Francisco Nogueira / Bahr A foodie visitor will quickly learn that sardines, cod and the iconic pastel de nata are excellent, but Lisbon restaurants can offer much more. Portuguese cuisine is inspired by the global flavors of the country’s centuries of trade, while Lisbon restaurateurs have …

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Caroline Styne’s Canned Wine Selections

Caroline Styne is co-owner and wine director of the Lucca restaurant group and wine director of Hollywood Bowl Food & Wine. “There are definitely wines that you wouldn’t want, like good Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon, some Italian red wines, vintage Champagnes and Burgundies,” says Caroline Styne. “These top-of-the-range wines have the …

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Pat’s of Henderson hopes to reopen by December

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – Many restaurants in southwest Louisiana still haven’t been able to reopen since last year’s storms, and this list includes Pat’s of Hendeson in Lake Charles. Nicholas Perioux had barely taken over Pat’s of Henderson from his parents when COVID-19 hit a year and a half …

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LA may require proof of COVID vaccine for indoor spaces

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Los Angeles City Council is expected to consider seeking an order on Wednesday requiring the public to show proof of at least partial vaccination against COVID-19 to enter most of the city’s indoor public spaces , including restaurants, bars, gymnasiums, concert halls, cinemas and even “retail …

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The Big LA BBQ Boom – Eater LA

Does Los Angeles have its own style of barbecue? For many diehard regional barbecue fanatics from Texas to Kansas City to the Carolinas, the short answer (served with pursed lips and a thrill, certainly) would be, unequivocally, no. But this succinct review doesn’t come close to capturing the breadth and …

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Restaurant inspections – July 18

Restaurant inspection Editor’s Note: The information below has been compiled from reports from the Bartholomew County Health Department. Critical violations can put clients at risk for illness and typically need to be corrected immediately or within days. Non-critical violations, if left untreated, can lead to critical violations or increase the …

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6 things to do this weekend in Cleveland: July 16-18

Dip into the Great Kitchen, enjoy a night of illuminated wonders, and celebrate John Glenn’s legacy this weekend in Cleveland. Asian Lantern Festival at the Cleveland Metroparks ZooImagine strolling through a canopy of vines dripping with twinkling lights. The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is hosting the awe-inspiring spectacle of the fourth …

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