Monday, June 24, 2013

This Week in Food

Monday: Manhattan based mixologist, Phil Ward, is putting the finishing touches on his latest project, Ebano's Crossing, an upscale bar/lounge scheduled to open later this summer on the corner of 2nd and Hill.

Fairfax Avenue's Fat Dog Gastropub is looking to relocate to North Hollywood in the former Avery Schreiber Theater Space, at Magnolia, near Vineland, later on this year.

Signage for new italian eatery, The Doughroom, went up this week.  The restaurant is currently on track to open in mid july.

Tuesday: Sugarfish is expanding yet again.  It is not yet known when the newest location, at the corner of 1st and La Brea, will open its doors.

Umami, the beloved (local) burger chain, is bringing its signature style to the Arts District, at the corner of 3rd and Traction.  Doors open later this summer.

Thursday: A former dry cleaners, on the corner of Venice and Grand View in Mar Vista, is about to be transformed into an 'old school american' style diner.  The fascinating new concept eatery will reportedly serve dishes laced with honey grown on the restaurants very own roof.  An opening is planned for July 5th.

Friday: Newly constructed wine bar, Vinos Del Valle, on the corner of Eagle Rock's Colorado and Townsend, opened its doors this week.

The brains behind Santa Monica's breakfast joint, Bru's Wiffle, are bringing their menu to Century City in the form of Bru's Counter.  The new eatery will be located on the corner of Santa Monica and Overland, and will launch later this year.

Abbot Kinney's chic new open air seafood restaurant, Salt Air, opened its doors this evening to much acclaim.  Try the lobster rolls, they're delicious.

Signage for a mysterious new eatery market, bearing the name Stamp Gourmet, has appeared on the corner of Avocado and Hillhurst in Los Feliz.  Details are forthcoming.  We hope.

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