Tag: restaurants

Beverly Hills Adopts Resolution Opposing LA County Health Order

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BEVERLY HILLS—On Tuesday, December 1, the Beverly Hills City Council unanimously approved a resolution opposing the Los Angeles County Public Health Order that prohibits...

Top 5 Budget-Friendly Restaurants In LA

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UNITED STATES—Not all restaurants aim to be expensive because their heads understand that the number of clients will below. There's a trend of founding...

Avra Expands Outdoor Seating

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BEVERLY HILLS—Avra in Beverly Hills is working with the city’s “Open BH” program to expand outdoor seating in order to continue in-person service for...

Mikke Pierson Posts Video On City Channel About COVID-19 Closures

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MALIBU—On Thursday, July 2, Malibu Mayor Pro Tem Mikke Pierson released a video on the official “City of Malibu” YouTube channel discussing the closure...

LA Staple Plum Tree Inn Permanently Closing

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TOPANGA CANYON—A Los Angeles Chinatown restaurant staple, Plum Tree Inn announced they will be permanently closing their doors due to the financial impact of...

Four Restaurants Closed For Health Violations

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SANTA MONICA—Four restaurants were forced to close their doors and had their permits suspended by the Los Angeles County Health Department between May 17...

Some Restaurants In L.A. County Not Following Rules

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CALIFORNIA—Health inspectors reported on Monday, June 15, that about half of the restaurants in Los Angeles county have not been adhering to health guidelines...

Malibu Approves Restaurant Recovery Program

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MALIBU—The city of Malibu enacted a temporary Restaurant Recovery Program to help restaurants recover from the financial impacts of the pandemic on Monday, June...

Santa Monica Outdoor Dining Expanded, Business License Renewal Extended

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SANTA MONICA— On Friday, June 5, the city of Santa Monica announced an expansion of outdoor dining and extensions for business license renewals amid...

Santa Monica Announces Restaurants and Hair Salons Re-Opening

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SANTA MONICA—Parallel with Los Angeles County, the city of Santa Monica is soon allowing the re-opening of salons, barbershops, and restaurants, with social distance...

Eating Out Can Be Dangerous

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UNITED STATES—As Americans, it is common knowledge that many of us eat out way too much. I don’t think it has anything to do...

Nickelodeon’s “Good Burger” Pop Up Restaurant Launches In July

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The Nickelodeon 90s comedy "Good Burger" is slated to open a themed inspired restaurant, July 10 at 7100 West Santa Monica Blvd., which...

Up Close With Boston

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BOSTON, MA—I grew up in Dorchester, an urban neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts. Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to watch the city grow...

Most Loved Businesses Contest Happening

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SANTA MONICA—Members of the Santa Monica community can participate in the 5th Annual “Most Loved Santa Monica Businesses” contest. For the month of February,...

State Bill To Extend Alcohol Hours Proposed

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WESTWOOD—A bill proposed by state Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) in February is aimed to allow extensions for alcohol sales in bars and restaurants to...

Nic’s Martini Lounge Is Closing

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BEVERLY HILLS—Nic’s Martini Lounge in Beverly Hills will be closing its doors after it’s last shift on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2016. The establishment...

The 3rd Annual MAINopoly Happening On May 29

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SANTA MONICA—The 3rd Annual MAINopoly: Taste of Main Street, presented by Spin Public Relations, is back for 2016. The annual event will be held on Sunday,...

Dining Out

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UNITED STATES—Dining out is something most Americans do at least 1-2 times a week. While its great to escape the kitchen every so often,...
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