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EaterWire: Juices Fountain Shuttered, Nola Ice Debuts, Pink's Really Greatest Thing in LA?

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HOLLYWOOD: A tipster sends word: "Alas, the Juices Fountain has been shut down by health dept. with no sign of re-opening. I can't believe that after 40 years in one location without a hitch, they would become lax in their abilities at a new location around the corner. It would be a damned dirty shame to loose one our precious landmark eateries to bureaucracy — never to be seen again. I'd really like to help save them, so I'll start be getting the word out. Thanks." When Juices Fountain moved to 6332 Hollywood Boulevard, owner Leondard Pena told LAist: " "We made it through the riots, the '96 earthquake and countless other bumps along the road. We thought this eminent domain thing would knock us out for good, but after three decades not even the city could put us out of business." Actually... [EaterWire]

SHERMAN OAKS: Fuck, it's hot. And it's realllllly hot in the Valley, and there's nothing better than a sno-cone when it's 110 degrees outside so this is excellent news: Nola Ice opens tomorrow, June 21, serving up New Orleans-style shaved ice cones in many many flavors. We could bathe in a pool filled with pina colada sno-cones right about now. (13569 Ventura Blvd) [LAist]

LA MAG: Really? That 64 Greatest Things in LA poll Los Angeles magazine has been running for the last few months is finally narrowed down to the final four: Amoeba, Capitol Records, The Weather, and... Pink's. Pink's hot dogs. As far as the food entrants go, Pink's beat In-n-Out, Langer's, Roscoe's, the Farmer's Market. Mindboggling. [Curbed

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