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Bring Your Fruits and Veggies to Forage, Iso Rabins Hosts Forage at Breadbar, Izaka-Ya by Katsu-Ya Now Open

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SILVER LAKE— Up above, a look-see at newly opened Forage in Silver Lake. Small, simple, rustic, pretty much what one would expect from a restaurant called Forage. Check out the website for a full menu and a dose of food porn, but what separates this place from others is the community mantra. Chef and owner Jason Kim urges guests to bring in their own fruits and veggies from which he will construct a dish. Right now Jason is asking for limes. "Working on ideas for next menu. Bring them in or report your home crop to Contact@ForageLA.com." [EaterWire]

CENTURY CITY— More Hatchi fun at Breadbar. Ironically, the next named theme is Forage (no connection to the aforementioned) to be cooked (and presumably foraged?) by Iso Rabins, founder of forageSF and The Wild Kitchen, one of those underground restaurant situations in San Francisco. The February 25 menu offers a bevy of harder to find ingredients like wild radishes, sea beans, wild nettles, acorns, wild fennel, and black walnuts. [EaterWire]

MANHATTAN BEACH— Also open today is The Izaka-Ya by Katsu-Ya. Just like the 3rd Street location same menu, same restaurant size, etc. [EaterWire]

Forage

3823 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90026

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