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Why Hancock Park is the Best Place to Live in LA….so many convenient and interesting things to do

“3 Twenty Wine Lounge” is Open for Lunch and Dinner at 320 S. La Brea

The owner, Edgar Poureshagh, is a former wine rep, and the chef, Michelle Salah, comes from the Spotted Pig in New York. Look for lots of Enomatic wine machines and a middlebrow wine list of recognized wines. Mon-Sun 11 am – … Continue reading

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New York floral design studio Celadon & Celery Offers Flower Arranging Workshops Downtown LA

The two-hour Los Angeles workshops will be offered at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays, Oct. 24 through Nov. 12, at Opulen Studios, 1309 S. Flower St., near the Los Angeles Flower District. Refreshments, two take-home … Continue reading

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Chef Brandon Boudet’s “101 Coffee Shop” at 6145 Franklin Ave. in Hollywood is Open 7am-3am every day

Acclaimed Chef Brandon Boudet combines the best of the Hollywood Farmer’s Market with hearty yet simple classics The look of the 101 Coffee Shop was carefully designed by Warner Ebbink after extensive research of coffee shops of the 1960’s and … Continue reading

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“Tom Bergin’s” Re-opens this Month with Hip New Owner Warner Ebbink

Warner Ebbink, of Dominick’s, Little Dom’s and 101 Coffee Shop fame is the new owner of Tom Bergin’s at 840 S Fairfax Ave south of LACMA and he is about to re-open it this month. Angeleno reports that he is keeping the spirit intact, … Continue reading

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A Night of Spanish Romance at La Casa de las Campanas Saturday, October 29, 2011

A Night of  Spanish Romance If you’ve ever wanted to see the pinnacle of Spanish Colonial Revival design in Los Angeles, now’s your chance. The Conservancy’s fall fundraiser will take place at Hancock Park’s own La Casa de las Campanas … Continue reading

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