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EaterWire: Chaya Reopens, Wilshire Center Farmer's Market Back On, Copia Bankrupt, More

BEV HILLS: The original Chaya Brasserie closed a few weeks ago for a slight overhaul and reopens tonight. According to reps, changes include new double doors leading out to the patio, some sort of glowing stone feature, new light fixtures and art in the lounge, and very important, a completely new ladies room. The menu has some additions, "more variety." [Eater Inbox]

WILSHIRE CTR: The Wilshire Center farmer's market, which was discontinued in 2007, is back: The market commences at its new location at the Wilshire Vermont Station Apartments on Friday (Dec. 5). Goes from 11am-7pm every week. [Eater Inbox]

RECESSION DEALS: The Stand now has a Stand Card (free) for discounts and other loyal "member" deals like saving five percent on all food purchases, and $5 back for every $100 purchased. That's a lot of hot dogs. [EaterWire]

NOCAL: With $75 million in debt, the Copia food and wine center in Napa officially filed for bankruptcy today. Eater SF has been following the story. [~ESF~]

Chaya Brasserie

8741 Alden Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90048 310 859 8833

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