Nate ‘n Al Expands To Thousand Oaks; Piccolo Expands with New Dining Room


Barnsdall Park: A new farmer’s market has started for every Wednesday. [

Downtown: A dispute with the city over Pico House, which has delayed plans for a restaurant, could soon be settled. [LADowntownNews]

Frogtown: Frankie and Johnny’s is grilling two different kinds of fish daily for lunch. [FoodGPS]

Irvine: The owners of Maki Maki have been accused of tax fraud. [Fast Food Maven]

Larchmont: Bricks and Scones is now open for sandwiches, baked goods, and Intelligentsia coffee. [SquidInk]

Long Beach: Sir Winston’s, the Queen Mary’s white tablecloth restaurant, is closing for remodeling. [Daily Dish]

Manhattan Beach: Katsuya is opening a second Izaka-ya in the former space that housed Octopus. [FoodGPS]

Thousand Oaks: Nate ‘n Al opened a second location after 64 years in L.A. [Daily Dish]

Tustin: Native Foods opens its third vegan restaurant today. [OCRegister]

West Hollywood: Japan’s La Brea Dining is coming in next to Surya’s space. [Blackburn&Sweetzer;]

Food Court LA is becoming a Spacecraft-designed space. [B&S;]

Venice: Piccolo hosts The Supper Club this Thursday for a special dinner in its new private dining room. [Piccolo]