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Sustain Juicery, Osaka, Farmshop Serve; Krug at Burning Man; Suzanne Goin's Airline Menu

AROUND TOWN— Brigham Yen notices that after a few delays, Sustain Juicery soft opened yesterday with a grand debut planned for Saturday. Photos and detox elixirs here. In other opening news, Osaka starts serving tonight (over three years after our first announcement), and Farmshop finally rolls out fixed menu dinner service after many months in the making. [Brigham Yen, previously, previously]

BURNING MAN— Burning Man, the annual festival of arts in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, ended just 10 days ago. And while this is one of the most extreme, rugged festivals out there, it's still possible to fry in the desert with style. Check out this slideshow of a Krug/Fat Radish (NYC) longtable dinner... in the middle of nowhere. Fo' real. [Wmagazine]

FLYING HIGH— Planning a trip to Southeast Asia any time soon? As previously mentioned, LA chef Suzanne Goin (AOC, Lucques, Tavern) created the business and first class menus for Singapore Airlines offered on flights between Singapore and various US cities. Here are some menu selects avail now. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Inside Sustain Juicery/ Brigham Yen]

Sustain Juicery

548 S Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

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