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Storefront Soft Open Today, The Corner Door Guys Hit Harvard & Stone, More!

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HOLLYWOOD— Months ago Eater received a tip that the Bar Covell team and the guys behind Salt's Cure were joining forces on a new project. Today Urban Daddy breaks news that Storefront (have fun Googling that one), a collaborative deli from the two aforementioned parties, soft opened today on Hollywood Boulevard. [Urban Daddy]

HOLLYWOOD— Chef Luke Reyes and barman Beau du Bois of newbie The Corner Door takeover the kitchen and bar (R & D) alike on October 1 from 7 p.m. to close at Harvard & Stone. From Reyes expect a small plate menu, likely farm-to-table Cali fare, with most dishes priced around $5. [EaterWire]

AROUND TOWN—Michael Bauer, SF Restaurant Critic for The Chron, on SF dining versus LA: "I don't want to trash LA because I actually like it and I love going there, but I think they're very different. I think back to the late 80s when the trends were coming from LA, you had Wolfgang Puck and Michael Roberts, so you had that whole cadre of chefs kind of eclipsing what was happening here. But I think frankly since that time it's been SF that has had the upper hand. I think where LA has always had strength was in its ethnic restaurants ..." [Zagat]


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