Morimoto Planning Live in Hollywood; Biancaniello Ditches Hatchi Mix

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Beverly Hills: Maison 140’s Bar Noir has a weekly Wednesday jazz night with seven dollar drinks and performances by Matthew Haze. [Maison 140]
Burbank: Tony’s Darts Away is starting “Tuesdays at Tony’s,” with beer-themed events like flights, education nights, and on the fourth Tuesday of each month, appearances by breweries. [Tony’s Darts Away]
Century City: Library Bar’s Matt Biancaniello dropped out of BreadBar’s Hatchi Mix, citing a lack of accounting and staff not being “on the ball.” [Feast]
Culver City: Sazon has a new happy hour with 20% off entrees from 5:00 to 9:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. [Sazon]

Downtown: LudoBites is back with dishes like raw wagyu with candied watermelon, grilled octopus with pineapple aioli, and confit pork belly. [Darin Dines]
Drago Centro has new daily farmer’s market menus, with chef de cuisine Ian Gresi’s daily picks in four courses for $48. [Drago Centro]
Mignon has a new happy hour with two-dollars off all glasses of wine and daily discounted small plates of food from 5:00 to 9:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday and all day Sunday. [Mignon]
Michelle Marini is opening The Falls, a bar with a video waterfall, six beers on tap, and fresh ingredients in cocktails that she says don’t involve “mixology.” [Blog Downtown]
Echo Park: Xoia yet again reveals lots of potential, but doesn’t quite blow diners away. [Eastside Food Bites]
Hollywood: Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto is planning a restaurant called Live that will serve affordable, market-driven cuisine with the help of a Brazilian-style rotisserie and a wood-burning oven. [Eater]
West Hollywood: Dominick’s is now offering Sunday brunch from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. with polenta waffles and wood-grilled oysters. [Dominick’s]
There are two nights left for BreadBar’s yatai ramen menu. [Feast]
Shaky Alibi Waffle House opened up on Beverly with a Belgian family-recipe from Liège. [Urban Daddy]