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EaterWire: Mirabelle Turns 36, Ludo Returns, BIN 8945's Pig Roast and MORE

WEST HOLLYWOOD: Outlasting all the Ketchups and Ones of its day, Sunset Strip standard Mirabelle celebrates its 36th anniversary with a 1971-inspired menu. For better or worse, it's only $19.71 for a three-course meal thru September 30. [EaterWire Inbox]

MID-CITY/BEV CTR: While he seals the deal on a new restaurant, location and menu TBD, Ludovic Lefebvre has a series of dinners called Ludo Bites at Breadbar starting tomorrow. Wife and manager (and Playboy cover girl) Kristine says the meals will be create-your-own tapas, with the offerings themed around a farmer or producer. But Ludo explains it this way: "You know the concept of sushi, but doing that with bread." Like burritos? [Daily Dish]

WEST HOLLYWOOD: September 16 kicks off Pigskin Sundays, a weekly pig roast at BIN 8945. Mike Bryant will be tossing two 75-pound oinkers on his La Caja China smoker, a talent he gained somewhat of a following for at Norman's. Along with extra-large hunks of pure pork pleasure, $45 gets a four-course meal, and $25 extra for wine pairings. [EaterWire Inbox; The Knife]

SANTA MONICA: Adobe has a new Lounge & Late Supper menu served all night in the lounge and from 10pm to midnight in the dining room. The happy hour-esque menu of "bites and flights" includes cocktails, wine and appetizers for $7. [EaterWire Inbox]