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EaterWire: More Hugo's Tacos, Wicked Hollywood Dinner Deals, Luckfish Delivers, Hotel Pool Parties

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ATWATER VILLAGE: The folks behing brunch favorite Hugo's is opening another Hugo's Tacos in the former Long's Realty shack at 3300 Glendale Blvd. Atwater Village Newbie readers question if AV will give Villa Corona a run for their money: "Can Atwater Village support two taco places?" [Franklin Avenue]

HOLLYWOOD: Through June 1, see Wicked at the Pantages, get a free three-courser before the show at Eat on Sunset, The Grill on Hollywood, Twist Restaurant & Bar in the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, Geisha House or Katsuya. Weeknights only, one dinner voucher per ticket, reserve with restaurant directly, prix fixe meal is based on pre-selected items, tip and bevvies not included, and deal only applies to "top-price tickets only," excluding first 24 rows center orchestra and first eight rows center mezzanine. If it still sounds like a good deal, you have to go through Ticketmaster so all that money you just saved can go to the Dark Lord's ticket fees. [EaterWire]

BEVERLY HILLS: Sushi Roku's stylish kaiten-sushi offshoot, Luckyfish, started delivery service today for lunch and dinner. You can order whatever you want from the menu---bento boxes, rolls, noodle dishes---and it comes in fully compostable to-go boxes. To lessen their carbon footprint a tad more, they'll start using eco-friendly cars later this summer. Delivery charges vary ($3-$5 within a five mile radius), but will discuss large orders outside the zone. [EaterWire Inbox]

AROUND LAX: Vegas can have all the naked pool parties they want. In LA, we've got the Gateway Sheraton. The LAX-area hotel hosts a Sunday pool party every week beginning this weekend (May 25) with DJs, cocktails, cabanas, food stuffs. Yes, we just told you about a pool party at a Sheraton, but it's Kor-owned which makes it slightly better. [EaterWire Inbox]

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