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The Salon at Heirloom LA Preps for Dinner Service, Restaurant 8730 Shuffles, More!

EAGLE ROCK— Heirloom LA has finally secured its beer and wine license. Chef Matt Poley's first dinners completely open to the public at The Salon will take place on May 9 and 10. Four courses plus appetizers cost $75 and include glasses of Heirloom LA's Private Label wines, one red and one white. Dinner begins at 7 p.m. and seats must be pre-paid by emailing or calling 855-456-6652. [EaterWire]

WEST HOLLYWOOD— Word on the street is that Restaurant 8730, the one under construction for more than a minute on W. Sunset Boulevard, has run into some management issues. Original partners supposedly have dispersed. While a restaurant will still open here, the eatery will likely have a new name and new operators. Also, chef Jason Niederkorn is no longer attached. [ELA]

MALIBU— A tipster writes in to comment on the "Nikita Nikita" signage fronting that PCH restaurant property. Nikita is supposedly the name of building owner Larry Ellison's girlfriend. [EaterWire]

OC—Bootlegger's Brewery is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a soiree this coming Sunday at Muckenthaler Center in Fullerton. Tickets cost $30 for 10 tastes of 30+ beers on tap, some rare selections from Bootlegger's, in addition to brews from The Bruery, Noble Ale Works, and more. [OCW]

[Photo: Elizabeth Daniels]

The Salon at Heirloom LA

4126 Verdugo Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90065