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Alain Giraud on Future Plans, Oktoberfest at Verdugo, more!

PACIFIC PALISADES Life after Anisette? Zagat's Merrill Shindler catches up with Alain Giraud, the force behind the recently shuttered French brasserie, to undercover future plans. Giraud divulges that he is looking for a new space with his wife in the Palisades. Ideally he would like to open another French eatery but on a smaller scale with a more affordable price point. [Zagat via Grub Street]

GLASSELL PARK Tomorrow Verdugo hosts its annual Oktoberfest shindig from 1-7PM. Pop by for German food and German music held on the bar's adjacent parking lot. Entry costs $20 now or $25 at the door and includes three drink tickets. [EaterWire]

THE VALLEY An Eater reader shares, "I saw signage at the old Koo Koo Roo space on Riverside Dr in Toluca Lake (kitty cross the street from Trader Joes) announcing the opening of The Counter (coming soon)?" [Eater Inbox]

[Photo: Outside Verdugo]

Verdugo Bar

3408 Verdugo Road, Los Angeles, CA 90065 323 257 3408 Visit Website


3408 Verdugo Rd., Los Angeles, CA, 90065