Neighborhood Watch

Canteen 2301 Opens in Boyle Heights; Pioneer Scrapped in Echo Park

Beverly Hills: The Concern Foundation will have a booth at The L.A. Marathon, with food provided by Factor’s and Le Pain Quotidien, between Camden and Bedford. [Concern Foundation]

Boyle Heights: Canteen 2301 coffee house opened on 7th St. [Feast]

Culver City: Skratch reopened after some small interior renovations. [Skratch]

Downtown: Drago Centro is offering a drink today called “The Token Irishman” with Jameson, mint bitters, and simple syrup. [Drago]
Mendocino Farms is offering an Irish Stew Lamb sandwich this week. [Estar L.A.]

Echo Park: The first outlet of Pioneer Chicken was dissembled to make way, with Little Cesar’s a possible replacement coming in. [The Eastsider L.A.]

Hollywood: Farmer’s Market favorite Cafécito Organico opened a café on Hoover. [Squid Ink]
The chef at Tender Greens’ new location, Fermin Arias, is shopping at the Farmer’s Market every Sunday to make one-day specials. [Tender Greens]

Los Feliz: Madame Royale lost its liquor license for violating the Alcohol Beverage Control Act. [Eater]

O.C.: Charlie Palmer’s in South Coast Plaza started a bloody mary bar. [L.A. and O.C. Foodventures]

Santa Monica: Wilshire is pouring bottomless drinks for four hours tonight. [Feast]

Pasadena: Vertical Wine Bar introduced a new wine-pairing by phone service for customers to tap the brain of “wine dude” David Haskell. [Vertical Bistro]

Westwood: Napa Valley Grille is holding a four-course wine dinner with Gamble Wines on March 30th. [Napa Valley Grille]

Canteen 2301 Opens in Boyle Heights; Pioneer Scrapped in Echo Park