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Concern Foundation Block Party Held Tomorrow in Hollywood; Marina Del Rey Not Feeling Groovy

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Closed in Marina del Rey Photo: Tatiana Arbogast

Beverly Hills: Waylynn Lucas is coming back to The Bazaar as pastry chef on July 15th, following a stint at Patina. [Feast]
Mani’s will move from its Fairfax space to Maple Drive in August to become a full-service restaurant. [Eater]
Century City: Craft has updated its menu with a slew of new summer dishes, featuring cuisine from Anthony Zappola and pastry chef Shannon Swindle. [Craft]
Downtown: Radio Room is back at The Edison this Tuesday night with New York bartenders from Manhattan’s Ward III. [The Edison]
Rosa Mexicano introduced new ice cream flavors like tomatillo lime, maiz with caramel “palomitas,” and banana split with piloncillo peanuts for toppings. [Rosa Mex]

Eagle Rock: Lemongrass might not be Golden Deli, but the pho is good and the lines are presumably shorter. [Eastside Food Bites]
Hollywood: Concern Foundation is having a block-party on the backlot of Paramount this Saturday, with participation from 50 local restaurants. [Concern Foundation]
David Judaken will turn his Opera/Crimson into something new over the next three months. [Eater]
Marina Del Rey: Groovy smoothies and crepes closed after about a year in business. [Grub Street]
Sherman Oaks: Spazio is closing after eleven years. [Eater]
Silver Lake: Trader Joe’s expanded but removed some of its neighborhood-honoring murals. [Ritz Bites]
West Hollywood: The Restaurant at Sunset Marquis is introducing nightly changing tasting menus from chef Guillaume Burlion and sous chef Jefferey Zimmerman, to be available to only one table of four. [Feast]
West Third: Breadbar is launching a new monthly series of edible art workshops called “In the Making,” starting with a pastry class taught by Robert Wemischner, author of The Dessert Architect. Entry is $65 and the first workshop, which is followed by a three-course meal, starts July 18th. [BreadBar]

Concern Foundation Block Party Held Tomorrow in Hollywood; Marina Del Rey Not