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Los Angeles Food News in November

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Bowery Bungalow Opens in Silverlake
Bowery Bungalow, a cottage-style Middle Eastern restaurant, has opened in Silverlake. Menu highlights include slow cooked lamb, chicken musakhan, and assorted shishkabobs.

Cardamom Opens in Beverly Hills
Cardamom, a new Indian eatery, opened in Beverly Hills in late October. The restaurant features over 100 dishes cooked in a special tandoor oven. Menu highlights include jhinga koliwada, malai murgh kebab, and sylheti murgh.

Chaya Downtown Celebrates Hello Kitty
In celebration of Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary, Chaya downtown is serving a special Hello Kitty sour cocktail.

Coast Launches Burgers & Burgundy Menu
Santa Monica’s Coast brings back it’s Burgers & Burgundy menu including burgers with pork, bacon, and lardo; a chicken hash burger with soy and a sunny side up egg; a California Wagyu short rib burger, and an ahi tuna burger, all paired with assorted Burgundy wines.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Serves Fall Beverages
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is offering new fall beverages including a pumpkin chai ice blended, a pumpkin latte, and a butter pecan latte.

The Counter Expands its Menu
There are new signature burgers and bites at The Counter, including a Korean BBQ burger, sweet sriracha fries, a Parmigiano-topped burger, and a build-your-own grilled cheese sandwich.

Dog Haus Serves Up Thanksgiving-Inspired Items
Dog Haus locations are adding Thanksgiving-inspired items to their menu in November, including Turducken sausage, sweet potato tots, butter pecan shakes, and an old musket cocktail.

Hakkasan Debuts New Fall Cocktails
Hakkasan in Beverly Hills is now offering a new selection of fall cocktails, featuring drinks with pisco, tarragon, pumpkin, apples, and other seasonal ingredients.

Patina Provides In-Flight Menu for All Nippon Airways and a White Truffle Menu
Patina Restaurant is now providing in-flight menus for All Nippon Airways flights out of LAX. The menus will change seasonally. Patina is also offering a six-course white truffle menu available until the end of the season at the restaurant.

Pressed Juicery Offers New Menu
Pressed Juicery is now serving fall juice flavors including orange, apple, and watermelon, as well as rose and green coconut waters, and a new cold-brewed coffee drink with vanilla bean. They are also adding smoothies to their menu.

Venice Whaler Rolls Out Weekend Brunch
The Venice Whaler now has a new weekend brunch menu that includes fried chicken and waffles, short rib hash, and a surfer’s burrito, among other items.


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )


Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

April 15, 1963: Beachy Avenue Elementary School dads Andy Kelley (left), Ray Schneider (center) and Henry Hernandez (right), prepare to host a PTA meeting in Arleta, in the San Fernando Valley. (George Brich/Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Collection)

Start your day with LAist

Since we're all responsibly cooped up in the dreary present, rediscovering the wonders of beans, yeast and frozen pizzas, let's take a trip into Los Angeles's scrumptious, sauce-heavy past. As you dine in, consider these recipes from some of L.A.'s most fabulous vintage restaurants and nightclubs. Old food never tasted so good, whether you're wearing a silk evening gown or stretchy pants you haven't taken off in two weeks.

Ra and other members of the Source Family serve food at the Source, their popular Sunset Strip restaurant. (Isis Aquarian/Source Archives )