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Hora Bohemian Bistro Replacing SiLa Bistro, George Abou-Daoud Claims Black Sea, The Izaka-Ya Opening in Manhattan Beach, MORE

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Black Sea on Fairfax.
Black Sea on Fairfax.

1. Silver Lake: Grub Street reports that Spago alum Chris Hora is planning to open Hora Bohemian Bistro in the current SiLa Bistro space. Hora describes the eatery as "Central European Globetrotter," head here for a tentative menu. [GS]

2. Mid-City: Remember the Black Sea space on Fairfax? Well, Larry Rudolph (former GM of Dominick's) was originally planning to open Mec, though he has since passed up the space in favor of helping to open a new Pitfire Pizza outpost in Culver City. Meanwhile, word just in that George Abou-Daoud has now acquired the property but no specifics on the forthcoming project. [EaterWire]

3. Manhattan Beach: According to the Katsu-Ya website, the LA sushi master will open a second location of The Izaka-Ya by Katsu-Ya in Manhattan Beach. [EaterWire]

4. Thousand Oaks: What was once Kumo on Hampshire Rd. is set to become a third outpost of Bollywood Cafe. The acquisition was made mid-December. [EaterWire]

5. Hollywood: According to the owners of Off Vine, the former medical office next door to the new Sunset and Vine building is supposed to become another Chipotle. Zzzz. [EaterWire]

6. Pasadena: Food GPS checks in with Dish Bistro & Bar, to uncover that owner Dave Johnson has hired ex-Patina Group chef Job Carder to run his California-influenced Mediterranean small plate restaurant. Slated to open in February, Carder plans to make everything in-house, from bread to pastries to charcuterie to terrines/pates with plates priced between $5 and $25. [Food GPS]

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