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1) Downtown: Tossing their hat into the crowded Downtown ring comes Simply Salad, a self-described "quick and healthy, yet affordable alternative to the average fast food restaurant." Though the menu is still shaping up, it will be entirely customizable with approximately 25-30 dressings; 5 different lettuce types (iceberg, romaine, spinach, mesclun, and arugula); approximately 70 basic toppings including vegetables, fruits, cheeses and nuts; proteins including three types of flavored chicken, salmon, steak and tofu; and premium toppings such as avocado, bacon and hummus. The restaurant’s interior will be designed to support an assembly line ordering system and the target opening date is St. Patrick's Day, March 17. Probably the most humorous part about this whole restaurant is that, contrary to the name, it will also serve wraps. —YI [EaterWire]

2) North Hollywood: Remember Phil's Diner from a zillion years ago? An eater operative shares that the diner's relaunch should happen in the spring, though right now it's in heavy plywood mode with a blue tarp covered the entire top of the restaurant. [EaterWire]

3) Mid-City: According to B+S Brats Brothers on 3rd has called it quits. Stay tuned for Crepe Republic reengineering the space to serve flattened French pancakes. [B+S]

3) Culver City: The former Wilson's space lives again, but judging from the new name, doesn't sound much better: Sublime Food Lounge. Just what Culver City needs. [EaterWire]

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8516 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA, 90048

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