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The Morrison Opens, Hermosillo Serves Buns, MORE!

ATWATER VILLAGE— Though it planned to open last month, The Morrison actually starts serving tonight. Owner Charles Lew (Stout), who grew up in Scotland, is behind this Scottish gastropub specializing in (surprise, surprise) Scotch eggs, fish and chips and corned beef. A full bar offers an especially good selection of beer and scotch. [EaterWire]

HIGHLAND PARK— The Hermosillo, that sneaky little spot from Dustin Lancaster (Bar Covell), Ross Stephenson and Michael Blackman is now serving food. And not cheese or charcuterie, as one might expect, but pork buns. And other small fried bar snacks, served on appropriately small plates. [EaterWire]

BEVERLY HILLS— And speaking of Rob Floyd, the magician behind the mixology at Bar Centro at The Bazaar: Word just in that Floyd is set to teach a series of cocktail classes next year, starting on January 6 with From Russia with Love. The class will feature tastes of several different kinds of vodka, tasting notes from Floyd (including a bit about why vodka and caviar go so well together) and an actual ice luge from which guests may drink. Classes are priced at $75 per guest. Reservations can be made via phone by calling 310-246-5555. [EaterWire]

The Bazaar by Jose Andres

465 South La Cienega Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90048 Visit Website

The Morrison

3179 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90039

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