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Jeff Goldblum Plays Lexington Social House Tonight

Goldblum Jeff Goldblum, everyone’s favorite dusky Ichabod Crane-doppleganger from Jurassic Park and The Fly, also has his very own jazz band called “The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra.” Who knew?! Starting tonight and scheduled for every Wednesday thereafter, Goldblum’s group will take over the stage at Lexington Social House for two sets, featuring Goldblum on ivory-tickling duties. [...]

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The Hudson Starts Weekday Brunch and Reprises Its Block Party

The Hudson Next Monday, West Hollywood’s The Hudson plans a new brunch service that will be available every week day from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. The new selection features both breakfast dishes including chicken and waffles, crepes, and breakfast burritos as well as lunchables like a Philly cheese steak with rib-eye, brioche grilled cheese, [...]

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Jose Andres Pounds a Porrón at Jaleo Vegas

Andres at Jaleo Everyone has their own special way of getting a bag on in Vegas. Some opt for a “wine angel” to flutter around, zeroing in on an astronomically-priced bottle of Montrachet at Charlie Palmer’s place, while many more are content with alcoholic, slushie-filled plastic Day-Glo guitars from PBR Rock Bar and Grill. While [...]

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Redemption for UMAMIcatessen Via The Goldster; SIV Lists Her Fav Spots For Long Lunches

UMAMI’s pastrami Sheesh! Talk about timing. Just a few days after Midtown Lunch posted his slam on UMAMIcatessen in his 7 Reasons to Hate L.A. column, the LAT redeems the food hall/deli/cafeteria/thingie-mabbober with a glowing review. Brooks contended that there’s really no reason on earth to bother serving pastrami sandwiches within a 5 mile radius [...]

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More Food and Booze at Barnsdall This Saturday

Woo her with wine at the Hollyhock House For those of you who couldn’t make it out to the Taste of the Eastside last weekend, there’s hope yet. Take a second chance at soaking up some culture (and some booze, of course) at the Eat. Drink. Art. Festival at Barnsdall Art Park this Saturday from [...]

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Gratuity Included: A Quick History of Big Celebrity Tippers

Is this what he means by “why you ridin my tip?” We’ve spent enough time working restaurant jobs and slogging through part-time drudgery to truly appreciate any baller who knows how to tip big. And in celebrity circles, a huge gratuity (made public) is a surefire path to good PR and image rehabilitation. Yesterday, we [...]

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Susina Owner Opens Sunset Junction Coffee Shop Today in Silver Lake

Sunset Junction now has an eponymous coffee shop The Silver Lake space that once housed Eat Well and later Alfredo Diaz’s K2, which shuttered in just a year last fall, is reopening today as a new cafe called Sunset Junction Coffee Shop. Jenna Turner, the Susina Bakery owner who recently revitalized Echo Park’s Chango Coffee, [...]

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First & Hope Still Open, Just Needs to Renew Its Website

Still kicking We’ve fielded a couple of questions from readers as to the status of Downtown’s First & Hope today, after a few curious souls wondered why the website for the supper club had ceased working, with one telling us the restaurant’s OpenTable was also kaput this morning. Though shuttering seems like something the critically [...]

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Hannosuke Spruces Up Mitsuwa, Weeks Away From Opening

Hannosuke Tempura-don specialist Hannosuke just completed installation of its its initial signage in the Mitsuwa food court, giving the surroundings a small touch of artistry and contemporary design. The wood-slatted facade hosts two shrimp carved into its panels, with a back-lit logo, and strange bubbles for peering into the kitchen. Meanwhile, a rep with Mitsuwa [...]

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Eric Garcetti, Sharon Stone, Charlie Beck, and Ricky Ross Unite at Art of the City

Rick Ross, Mear One, and Eric Garcetti Last night’s “Art of the City” benefit, held at St. Vibiana’s to raise funds for A Better L.A., looked a little like a scene from The Wire. The bizarro L.A. edition, that is. In a speech supporting Pete Carroll’s non-profit program, mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti pointed to his [...]

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