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Brickworks Roasthouse Soon Firing Up Manhattan Beach


The old LA Food Show location in Manhattan Beach has been converted into Brickworks Roasthouse & Grill, a new wood-fired concept that features a slew of primitive cooking techniques, such as cherry-wood smoking, mesquite grilling, and almond-wood roasting. After a period of construction, the restaurant plans to open November 18. The smoke-infused fare features everything from prime rib to brisket to more unusual dishes like roasted oysters and Mongolian lamb. The 200 seat eatery boasts a deep bourbon and Scotch menu, as well as 60 wines by the glass, affording plenty of intoxicants with the food. [Eaterwire]

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