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EaterWire: Savor the Season, Third Doughboys Coda, After Work at Blvd 16, MORE

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DOWNTOWN: Now in its fourth year, Savor the Season takes place at the Vibiana this weekend. Food from Max, The Oinkster, Boneyard Bistro, Brix@1601, El Cholo, Geoffrey's, Jer-Ne, Tanzore and Tasca, plus the "Tasting Garden" (for VIP guests only) with treats from Andrew's Cheese Shop, Beverly Hills Caviar, gourmet ales from the Beer Chick, sea salt tasting buffet from Saltistry, Madame Chocolat chocolates, gelatos and sorbest from Tutti Gelati, Champagnes with sommelier Bonnie Graves and more. Tickets are $100; $250 for VIP. Proceeds go to Break the Cycle. (Sunday, September 21, 6pm-9pm; 210 S. Main Street, 310.286.3383)

MIRACLE MILE: Doughboys Coda Coda: "Just walked by Doughboy's (or what used to be) on Wilshire next to the El Rey theatre. New name is the Bus Stop Cafe. No more Doughboys in LA?" Thanks for the tip, but yes, Doughboys is totally dunzo. [Eater Inbox]

BEVERLY HILLS: Just a year after its debut in West Hollywood, Salades de Provence will open a second location at Frederic Fekkai's salon on Rodeo Drive later this month. [EaterWire]

WESTWOOD: Simon Dolinky and BLVD 16 at the Palomar Hotel are still somewhat off the radar, but the chef and his seasonal menus are worth checking out, especially for those looking for something more than Napa Valley Grille, Nine Thirty or Palmonino. Bonus: the lounge has a half-price bar menu from 4pm-7pm. [EaterWire]

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