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WineWatch Edition: The Park Gets Booze; Larkin's Soon; Free Corkage at Street

ECHO PARK-- After getting in trouble for its BYOB in the past, The Park, the almost two year-old neighborhood eatery on Sunset, can now legally serve beer and wine. All the selections on the efficient list of global off-the-beaten-path wines are available by the glass and are complimented by an eclectic collection of beers. Booze is only available indoors (working on permits for the patio) and they'll still be doing their popular prix fixe dinners on Wednesdays and Fridays, but if you don't want to order wine off the list corkage is now eight bucks. [EaterWire]

HOLLYWOOD-- Street, Susan Feniger's global street food restaurant at Highland & Melrose is partnering with two neighborhood wine shops to offer free corkage to customers on any wine bought from either Domaine LA (right around the corner at 6801 Melrose) or Venokado (at 7714 Fountain in nearby WeHo). Just tell either shop you're headed to Street and they'll mark the bottle so you can enjoy it corkage-free at Street. [EaterWire]

EAGLE ROCK-- And in almost-there beer and wine news, Larkin's Joint, the neighborhood's modern soul food restaurant, is waiting on final word from the ABC for its beer and wine license. Should be any day now. [EaterWire]

Susan Feniger's STREET

742 N Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038 323 203 0500 Visit Website

Street, The Park, Larkin's

742 N. Highland Ave, Los Angeles, Ca

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