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Peking Tavern, the delayed Beijing gastropub which had commenters up in arms over the font used on an early restaurant advertisement, soft launched last week and grand opens tonight below the new Terroni at Spring and 8th, notes Brigham Yen.

There's a whole bunch of food porn already on Yelp, from scallion pancakes to gluten-free fried pork dumplings (you know you're not in the SGV when...), and even a guy hand pulling noodles in an exhibition space. Basically, Peking Tavern is serving a version of Beijing street food composed of smaller share plates that pair with 18 craft beers on tap and cocktails, some of which involve the Chinese distillate baijiu.

Owners Andrew Wong and Andrew Chiu are behind the operation and right now they're discounting all food and drink to $5 each through Wednesday.
·Beijing Gastropub, Peking Tavern, Now Open at 8th/Spring in Downtown LA [~ELA~]
·Beijing Street Food From Peking Tavern Coming Soon [~ELA~]

Peking Tavern

806 South Spring Street Los Angeles, California 90014

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