Boiling Crab Coming To Westwood; Dinner Taking Off At Early Bird In Fullerton

Bring it on.
Bring it on. Photo: Izik/Flickr

Citywide: Unemployed Eater looks at L.A.’s five “most craveable burgers,” including a grass-fed beauty at Cooks County and a lesser known classic at Haven Gastropub. [UE]
–Krista Simmons hits the juice hard this week. [LAist,/a>}
Culver City: Thierry Perez closed
L’Epicerie, the French market, wine bar, and cafe concept he opened two and a half years ago. [Eater]
Fullerton: Early Bird begins dinner service on June 4, continuing from 5:30 P.M. to closing, Tuesdays through Saturdays. Expect dishes like Dr. Pepper-glazed spareribs, pig ears with black garlic salsa, and fresh Singaporean Dungeness chili crab (upon request). [GS]
Hollywood: Zach Brooks delicately scolds the new Pa Ord’s lunch specials as “a bunch of catering-to-white-people-with-no-taste bullshit.” [ML]

Palms: Niki Nakayama offers her four favorite cookbooks, including the inspirational Shiki Nihon No Ryori. [LAW]
Pico-Union: Cochinita pibil mainstay Flor de Yucatan has heavily-spiced, shredded turkey rellenos negros tacos beloved by Bill Esparza. [Digest]
Silver Lake: It looks like Naya has shuttered on Sunset. [ESLA]
West Hollywood: Ink.sack has six new sandwiches that might be “their best” yet including a new tortilla espanola with aged manchego and potato chips. [Midtown Lunch]
–Saturdays May 18 and 25, Dominick’s will reprise its annual Bayou Boil 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., featuring 300 lbs. of Louisiana Crawfish flown in live from The Big Easy, roast beef po’ boys, and crawfish boiled artichokes with creole remoulade. [GS]
West L.A.: Ha ha, the menu at Tsujita Annex speaks funny American. [LAW]
Westwood: The Lime Truck’s brick-and-mortar, TLT Food, gets accolades for its blue crab grilled cheese, loaded fries, and tangerine pork sliders. [Gourmet Pigs]
–Oh Hellz yeah! The Boiling Crab is coming to the neighborhood. Sure, Westwood Brew Co. is an institution and all, but get it out of here and fumigate the place ASAP, cuz we’re ready to get in line for Cajun seafood in plastic bags. [Eater]
Venice: Fueled on crack, Caroline gets an early word on Steve Livigni and Pablo Moix’s new Westside project, Old Lightning, which will have a dress code. [Digest]