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Village Seafood Donzo, ACME Chef at Palihouse, More!

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CALABASAS— Village Fish Market & Restaurant at The Summit in Calabasas has closed up shop after 10 months. The 5,500 square foot restaurant, co-owned by Gerald Cigliano formerly of Santa Monica Seafood, pulled its website, and the restaurant's phone is disconnected, too. Yelpers claim that management didn't provide employees with final checks. [EaterWire]

VENICE—Newbie Venice pizzeria and wine bar, South End, is presently serving coffee and pastries in the morning and thin crust pizzas (plus fantastic flatbreads using a crisp dough made with squid ink and duck fat) during dinner hours. In about one week owner Mario Vollera will add brunch to the mix. [ELA]

HOLLYWOOD—Tropicana at the Roosevelt likes to pair food with film. On October 21 at 8:30 p.m. the property will screen Nightmare on Elm Street and serve Nancy's Bath Water (tequila, dark cherry puree, bubbles), Freddy's Fingers (fries, IPA cheese, chorizo sauce, piquillo peppers) and Kreuger's Kill (flat iron steak, bloody rare, panzanella salad). [EaterWire]

WEST HOLLYWOOD—Chef Nick Curtin of ACME and Compose in NYC is cooking "this is not a pop up" with chef Jonathan Peters of Palihouse AT Palihouse this Friday. Eight courses runs $80, though note only 40 seats are open.

MENU

Onion, Yogurt, Trout Roe

Pain au Lait, Cultured Butter

Potato, Cucumber, Horseradish

Pear, Cranberry, Duck Liver

Grilled Peach, Lardo, Sourdough

Sunchoke, Sunflower, Goat Cheese, Parmesan

Shiitake, Poblano, Corn, Avocado

Carrot, White Chocolate, Ginger, Lime

Village Fish Market & Restaurant

26791 Agoura Rd Calabasas, CA 91302

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