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  1. Irvine's Creamistry Brings Nitrogen-Cooled Scoops to Beverly HillsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Eater

    Not content to linger in the far reaches of Long Beach or out in Rowland Heights, Irvine-based nitrogen-cooled ice cream maker Creamistry is planning big things for 2015 - including a location in the heart of Beverly Hills. As part of a five-location expansion, the Orange County import founded by Jay Yim has plans for further locations in Costa Mesa as well as Mission Viejo and Rancho Cucamonga.

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  2. Phillip Frankland Lee Drops F-Bombs and Cooks Uni at Scratch BarRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Eater

    It's always refreshing to see a chef really talk about what's on their mind. Packaged sound bites and PR speak can often flood the conversation about food and cooking in Los Angeles, which makes this Phillip Frankland Lee video with Chinese-language site WaCowLA all the more awesome.

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  3. 36 Mind-Blowing Breakfast Burritos in LARead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Eater

    A great breakfast burrito can be as divisive as it is delicious. There are neighborhood allegiances to consider, overall quality, price and location.

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  4. Bo Nuage Dessert Shop Lands Sweet Second Location Off Rodeo DriveRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Eater

    Boy, is Beverly Hills blowing up today. Between free gelato tonight and a sneak peek into Maude's secret test kitchen , it's a big day for the business-y neighborhood.

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  5. Opening Alert: Amorino Scooping Free Gelato in Beverly Hills TonightRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Eater

    International Italian gelato shop Amorino Gelato has just landed in Los Angeles. Well, Beverly Hills to be precise.

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  6. Dolcenero's Hyper Traditional Gelato Hits Main Street Santa Monica March 8Read the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Eater

    Gelato is growing up in Los Angeles, from the far-flung shops to now prime located gelaterias in places like Beverly Hills and now Santa Monica. Dolcenero is leading the trend on Main Street, with a pedestrian-friendly location touting a slew of hyper-traditional flavors like hazelnut, pistachio, stracciatella, and strawberry.

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  7. Freds at Barneys New York Launches Sunset Menu, Brunch and Beer at Cerveteca DTLARead the original story

    Feb 19, 2015 | Eater

    Freds at Barneys New York is expanding outside power lunch hour with the addition of its Sunset Menu March 1. Those looking to refresh themselves with a cocktail as they shop into the evening hours can now do so between 3 and 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 4 and 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. Sip on cocktails like the Laurel Canyon Sunrise while taking in views of Beverly Hills .

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  8. Westside Tips Once Again Safe Following Tip Jar Bandit's Arrest in Beverly HillsRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2015 | Eater

    There's been an apparent update to the weeks-long Tip Jar Bandit cold case that has held the Westside in its clutches. Per LA Weekly crime reporter Dennis Romero, the red handed pilferer was caught late last week after a concerned customer on the 9600 block of Brighton Way in Beverly Hills caught wind of the scam in action and alerted the proper authorities.

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  9. Seafood Haven Canon Club Slated for March 1 Debut in Beverly HillsRead the original story

    Feb 11, 2015 | Eater

    Canon Club , Beverly Hills' latest overclocked restaurant, is almost ready to land hard in Beverly Hills. Taking over the rather unwieldy Erbe Matte , a former Korean-Italian mix up, the Club will attempt to stand tall with high-end seafood and a California give, while distancing itself from nearby big money operators Spago and Cut.

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  10. The Spago Timeline: How Wolfgang's Fine Dining Favorite Has Changed Over Three DecadesRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2015 | Eater

    While Beverly Hills' Spago has been an important landmark in the culinary landscape of Los Angeles for nearly two decades, it comes as a surprise to many that the original location of Wolfgang Puck 's flagship restaurant wasn't on Canon Drive, but Sunset Boulevard. Here now, a brief history of the beginnings of one of the most important contributors to California cuisine: Wolfgang Puck created some serious competition for his former Ma Maison partner Terrail when he opened the original Spago on the Sunset Strip.

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  11. How to Dine Out in Los Angeles Like Marilyn MonroeRead the original story

    Jan 28, 2015 | Eater

    Welcome to Classics Week , a week that chronicles the old and iconic restaurants in Los Angeles. Here now, a feature on one legendary starlet's escapades around L.A. restaurants.

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  12. American Tea Room Steeping For May Debut in Arts DistrictRead the original story

    Jan 27, 2015 | Eater

    More tea is coming to Los Angeles soon, courtesy of David Barenholtz . The all-around tea aficionado has been running the popular American Tea Room in Beverly Hills for more than a decade, and earlier last year unveiled plans to expand the operation with a second location in the Arts District.

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  13. Phillip Frankland Lee is Giving Away Tasting Menus to Any Back of House Staff During FebruaryRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2015 | Eater

    Phillip Frankland Lee thinks that the front of house gets it good in the restaurant industry. So he wants to flip things around and give back to the back of house, traditionally the line cooks, dishwashers, and more.

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  14. Best New Restaurant's Maggie Nemser Reveals Her Dining Pet PeevesRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2015 | Eater

    Tonight's debut of Bravo's Best New Restaurant is sure to have a local feel. Four different spots, from Beverly Hills to Pasadena to Santa Ana are well represented on the show, which aims to take a close look into every aspect of a 'hot restaurant,' from the kitchen to front of house duties to the diner's own experience.

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  15. Jason Neroni Flips Former Paiche Into Catch & Release in Marina Del ReyRead the original story

    Jan 20, 2015 | Eater

    Considering Los Angeles' rush to get in on the seafood restaurant craze, it's safe to say that fish everywhere should be on high alert. Mark Peel's imminent seafood stop at the Grand Central Market, Bombo, is nearing completion, while recent sit-down spots like Ocean Prime in Beverly Hills and Blue Plate Oysterette on West 3rd continue to nosh on all things ocean-dwelling.

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  16. The 12 Best dineLA Restaurants to Kick off a Night on the TownRead the original story

    Jan 15, 2015 | Eater

    A night on the town in Los Angeles can often cost a small fortune. Luckily, for two weeks only, dineLA offers Angelenos the chance to live a Champagne lifestyle with a beer budget.

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  17. Some LA Chefs Aren't Thrilled With the Return of Foie GrasRead the original story

    Jan 8, 2015 | Eater

    Though the lifting of the foie gras ban has become an overnight cause cA lA bre throughout California, it's had a fair amount of pushback from a couple L.A. chefs, including Ari Taymor and Kyle Schutte. Foie gras is in the midst of a triumphant return to white tablecloth-adorned restaurants throughout California, with some of the state's most prominent chefs celebrating on their Twitter accounts, dreaming up dishes or - in the case of Beverly Hills brasserie Terrine - throwing an all-out Foie-di Gras .

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  18. Jose Andres is Offering Free Foie Gras Cotton Candy Tomorrow at The BazaarRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2015 | Eater

    Just in time for the foie gras bonanza that's ensuing around Los Angeles in the aftermath of today legalization , JosA AndrA s is offering a free dose of foie gras cotton candy at The Bazaar in Beverly Hills.

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  19. dineLA Slated for January 19 to February 1 With 300 Restaurants Signed Up Around LARead the original story

    Dec 17, 2014 | Eater

    Over the years, the event has made strides in making it better for diners to enjoy the event, with two full weekends included plus Instagram contests . In addition, they'll be coordinating unique dishes only available at each particular restaurant, which means you'll be eating less Scottish salmon and roasted jidori chicken and more in the way of compelling bites.

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  20. Chaya Closing December 31 After 30 Years in Beverly HillsRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2014 | Eater

    Chaya Brasserie , which served a rather creative and forward-thinking menu of French-Asian fare in Beverly Hills for nearly thirty years, is closing at the end of this month. From now until the 30th, executive chef Shigefumi Tachibe will be bringing back original dishes from the 1984 menu, including tuna tartare, grilled veal chop, and miso black bass with beurre blanc.

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