Mozza Installs an Edible Garden; Lamill and Huckleberry Get Boozy

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Culver City: Rush Street is holding an Oscar-viewing party with a voting-pool and movie-themed karaoke. [Rush Street]

Downtown: A nightlife space called The Exchange is coming soon to Spring Street. [BlogDowntown]

Hollywood: Mozza had an “edible garden” of herbs, lettuces, and flowers installed. [Squid Ink]

Bella Cucina Italiana closes, with owners planning an L.A. outpost of New York’s Angels and Kings. [Eater]

Miracle Mile: Café Flourish vegan restaurant closed. [Quarry Girl]

Orange County: Pacific Whey Café closed in Ladera Ranch, leaving three locations left. [Eater]

San Gabriel Valley: Another location of New Chin Gong opened to serve Sichaun hot pots and dan dan noodles. [Eating L.A.]

Santa Monica: Huckleberry has started serving wine and craft beer. [Squid Ink]

Silver Lake: LaMill obtained its liquor license. [Squid Ink]

The Grove: The Whisper Lounge got an interior remake. [Eater]

West Adams: The Lab introduced three new science-themed cocktails, including The RNA with Bacardri and raspberry. [The Lab]

West Hollywood: Simon L.A. has a special four-course menu this Friday, with proceeds going to Concern Foundation for Cancer Research. [Simon L.A.]

Fresh & Easy Market has opened at Adams and Central. [L.A. Downtown News]