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Mid City

  1. Reopenings
    Steve Arroyo Reopens Potato ChipsThe deli has a new coastal cape look with white slats and art featuring the crashing Pacific.
  2. Dinner
    Paper Or Plastik Launches Dinner Menus in Mid-CityDishes include veal burgers and plant-based sides.
  3. Closings
    Black Cat Bakery Scratched Off FairfaxChef Nick Coe is survived by Molonay Tubilderborst, his contribution to the world of condiments.
  4. Openings
    The Grain Cafe Moves Healthy Mediterranean In Mid-CityBaked falafel and a hummus-of-the-day are central components of this lower calorie Middle Eastern restaurant.
  5. Foodievents
    Wirsthaus Throws a Fasching Festival This WeekendIt’s kind of like Halloween and Oktoberfest in one.
  6. Openings
    How Clover Promises To Be Different From Every Other New Juice Bar, OpeningThe new Cardiff Giant-owned shop is a super-group of super-foods, providing a one-stop shop for diet-adhering dining.
  7. Reopenings
    LaBrea Bakery Closing December 31, Reopening January 4The rustic bread authority will take a new retail space down the street.
  8. Reopenings
    Mo Better Meatty Meat Burgers Back in BusinessA long-gone cult classic returns to Mid-City.
  9. Honors
    Shamrock Selection Reopens at Tom Bergin’sStaff will nominate the regulars they feel are most dedicated.
  10. Openings
    What to Eat at Fritzi Dog, Now Open at The Original Farmers MarketCelebrated chef Neal Fraser created this hot dog menu around humanely-raised, organic meats and craftsman buns.
  11. Endangered
    Campanile May Very Well Become Walter Manzke’s RepubliqueA deal to sell the business to Bill Chait could go through as early as December.
  12. Deals
    Tom Bergin’s Celebrates ‘Half-Way Day’ on MondayNo, we’re definitely not discussing sober living.
  13. Beer Me
    Golden State Celebrates 162 Years With Firestone DDBA and Burgers$21 buys a burger with two beers from the tap, including Firestone’s prized double-double.
  14. Canter’s
    Canter’s Passing The Torch, Embracing New DishesOwner Dave Canter tells KCET he’s ditching the items “that we didn’t really want people to order anyway.”
  15. Freebies
    Free Coffee Today at Paper or Plastik CafeThe Mid-City space is now offering its own label, called “PorP Coffee.”
  16. Taco Town
    Mondo Taco Wraps The World In a Tortilla, Now Open in Mid-CityThe shop unites 20 different internationally-influenced tacos under one roof.
  17. The New Kid
    Rodell Underwhelmed By Short Order BurgerL.A.’s new critic turns her direct approach on the good, but “not great” burgers at Nancy Silverton and Amy Pressman’s place.
  18. Breakfast
    What to Eat For Breakfast at Sycamore Kitchen, Starting TodayPastry chef Karen Hatfield expands her bakery selection with quinoa muffins and salted caramel pecan babkas.
  19. Let’s Do Brunch
    Tom Bergin’s Begins BrunchIrish classics like corned beef hash, “soldiers,” and breakfast booze will all be available.
  20. Happy Birthday!
    Free Beer at Wirtshaus on SaturdayAll guests who order an entree drink until the first keg goes dry.
  21. Deals
    Tuesdays at Tom’s Starts at Tom Bergin’s$15 buys a special entree, sides, and dessert every week.
  22. Let’s Do Lunch
    What to Eat For Brunch and Lunch at The PikeySo far the offerings at the reworked Coach & Horses outshine the pub grub at a similarly reworked Tom Bergin’s.
  23. Openings
    Mendocino Farms Opens 3rd and Fairfax FlagshipSame sandwiches, shiny new look.
  24. Coming Soon
    Ariyoshi Izakaya and Sushi Overtakes Ngoma on WilshireThe Japanese concept is most likely a smarter investment than a Pan-African restaurant open five days a week.
  25. Reopenings
    Tom Bergin’s Tavern Is Back Tonight!The legendary Mid-City pub will reveal a newly updated look, menu, and cocktails.
  26. Reopenings
    What to Expect at a Reworked Tom Bergin’s, Opening Late AprilDrinks from Marcos Tello and Adian Demarest and a new menu from Brandon Boudet both honor and update the classic Mid-City pub.
  27. Coming Soon
    Bourgeois Pig Owner Opening Graffiti Coffeehouse in Mid-CityNow that chefs’ tattoos have lost their ability to shock, street art is increasingly being welcomed into restaurants.
  28. Imports
    Austin’s La Condesa Coming to La BreaThe Austin location was nominated for a Best New Restaurant James Beard Award when first opened.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Eagle Rock Brewery Bottles Equinox; El Chapin To Reopen as The HighlandThe sour ale marks only the second of the brewing company’s bottled ales on the market.
  30. Mediavore
    Grocery Workers Poised to Strike; Dr. Oz Angers The FDAThe celebrity health guru says that apple juice has unacceptable levels of arsenic.
  31. Taco Town
    El Gallito Opens a Curbside Dining RoomThe taco truck chain is flipping the script and lifting us off of the curb.
  32. Caffeine Combat
    Tank’s Coffee Shop and Eatery Coming to Mid-CityFirst comes a hip coffee shop, then the neighborhood boom.
  33. Openings
    Wirtshaus Opens on July 29thThis new German pub will skip a soft-opening to get straight to the beer and brat.
  34. Coming Soon
    Wirtshaus to Debut Its Biergarten on LaBrea in Late JulyThe new German place promises it won’t be like all the rest of them.
  35. Openings
    Steven Arroyo’s Escuela Taqueria Opens For Dinner, Mañana Por La NocheThe Cobras and Matadors owner takes on tacos starting tomorrow.
  36. Foodievents
    Candela Plans A Thirteen Hour Fiesta TodayThe food gets going at noon at this LaBrea Mexican restaurant and only stops when it legally has to.
  37. Strip Search
    Strip Search: Pigging Out on Pico, Mid-CityThree restaurant suggestions to fill your stomach beyond all points comfortable with hybrid, hot dogs, chicken and waffles, and 99-cent neck bones.
  38. Beef
    Tart Gets Bitter Over Unapproved Restaurant.com CouponsAre dining deal websites starting to get a mind of their own?
  39. Openings
    The Counter Opens on Miracle Mile, Now With Umami-Like Craft BeerThis marks the burger chain’s ninth local location, giving the colossal food truck convoy a serious brick-and-mortar foe to contend with.
  40. Slideshow
    A Look Into Black Cat Bakery, Open Today on FairfaxNile Park and Nick Coe’s new bakery carries Southern-inspired California cuisine with international touches in the former home of Mani’s.
  41. Coming Soon
    Black Cat Bakery Pounces on Old Mani’s SpaceThe cafe will be the only place outside of Downtown serving bread from Homeboy Industries.
  42. Openings
    Little Spain Opens, Already Claims The Crown of L.A. Spanish FoodOwner Alejandro Pages makes no apology to his competitors, claiming nobody does traditional Spanish better than his new place.
  43. Slideshows
    A Look Into The Varsity, Open Today, No Wedgies RequiredMid-City’s new restaurant and lounge looks more like The Viceroy attempted a sports bar than Big Wang’s.
  44. Openings
    Flavors of Belize Finally Opens on La BreaFourteen months later, the doors open to this husband-and-wife restaurant.
  45. Coming Soon
    Renzo Piano and Patina Behind Ray’s and Stark Bar at LACMAA farm-to-table menu will find its way into a 1,440 square-foot box of glass and concrete.
  46. Taco Town
    As Tacos Leo’s Star Rises, Officials Push Their Food IndoorsCity officials force the al pastor specialists indoors, proving again that legislation and great street food don’t mix.
  47. Neighborhood Watch
    Dante’s Fried Chicken Hits The Road; Asakuma and Bossa Nova CloseTrans-Atlantic African cuisine is delivered from a former nightlife promoter and L.A. loses a Japanese stalwart and one link in a Brazilian chain.
  48. Front of the House
    Bombet Sells Locals Sports BarNew owners mull different plans for the Pico Blvd. venue.
  49. Menus
    What to Eat at Tinga, Now Open on LaBreaThe menu is more Super Rica in spirit than following its recipes step-by-step.
  50. Openings
    Tacos El Paisano Opens in Mid-CityA simple Mexican menu for a simple Mid-City dinerette.
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