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Dublin's Reopens, LA Avocado Takedown Chef Call, More!

DOWNTOWN Remember Dublin's? The Sunset Blvd watering hole which relocated downtown toward the end of last year? Well, it abruptly shuttered in October, and now Brigham Yen reports that the Irish pub has finally reopened with the proper permitting. [PREwBY]

SILVER LAKE While we're on the subject of contests, taking over the Bootleg Theatre comes the Los Angeles Avocado Takedown on April 10 at 2PM. Right now there's a call for local cooks (not professional chefs) to step up and show his/her avocado skills, all avocados will be provided the day of, and any recipe calling for avocado is accepted. Those who would rather eat and not compete can shell out $10 to sample the dishes. To participate, email your preferred recipe here. [EaterWire]

BEVERLY HILLS Bouchon is looking to hire a chef de partie. [LAW]

BAKERSFIELDThe James Beard Foundation has announced the restaurants being given the America's Classics Award this year, which honors "our nation's beloved regional restaurants." This year's award will go to Chef Vola's in Atlantic City, NJ; Watts Tea Shop in Milwaukee, WI; Le Veau d’Or in New York; Noriega Restaurant and Hotel in Bakersfield, CA (which The Goldster recently discussed); and Crook's Corner in Chapel Hill, NC. [-E-]

Bouchon Bistro

2101 Galiano Street, , FL 33134 (305) 990-1360


815 W 7th St., Los Angeles, CA 90017