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EaterWire Early Edition: Terroni Coming, NINETEEN 12 Adding, Trager Suing, Tracht's Opening

WEST HOLLYWOOD—Reader Johanna reports: "I drove by the other day and noticed one of the boarded up doors where Authentic Cafe on Beverly used to be was open, and it looked like there was some construction going on inside." That means they're finally working on Terroni, the first LA home of the Toronto-based pizza chain, backed by Shereen Arazm. [EaterWire Inbox]

BEVERLY HILLS—The "HOTTEST BAR IN TOWN" is staffing up, says this Craigslist ad for NINETEEN 12, which means the new place in the Beverly Hills Hotel should be open by July. NINETEEN 12 as in, the Beverly Hills Hotel opened in 1912. What's with all these numbers? Just don't ask us to do any math. [Craigslist]

HOLLYWOOD—Daddy's daddy Craig Trager is suing the Community Redevelopment Agency for $1.1 million in lost revenue after the bar was demolished a few weeks ago. Trager had six years left on his lease, but unlike the victorious Bernard's Luggage, Daddy's lost its eminent domain battle to the rising W Hollywood complex. [LAT Buzz Clubs]

LONG BEACH—The LBC finally gets a little Suzanne Tracht-ion. Tracht's, inspired by Jar, will be opening in the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel mid-June. [BusinessWire]

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