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Urban Radish Opens May 29; Gram & Papa's Fried Chix

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DOWNTOWN— Farm to shelf market Urban Radish is preparing to open on May 29 (pending final inspections) in the Arts District. The 8,200-square-foot warehouse will stock produce, dairy, meat, seafood, and some prepared foods. Co-owner Carolyn Paxton plans to hire employees via Homeboy Industries. [LADTN]

DOWNTOWN— Chef Connie Tran's BEP Vietnamese Kitchen brunch pop-up is relocating from Franco on Melrose to Daily Dose on May 19. One seating will be held at 11:30 a.m. every other Sunday going forward. Still family-style eight courses, still $37 a head. [EaterWire]

ALHAMBRA— Twohey's Restaurant on N Atlantic Boulevard is celebrating its 70th birthday on May 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a 50's flashback that involves 70-cent floats (all month long with the purchase of an entree), vintage cars, and a doo-wop band. [Alhambra Source]

DOWNTOWN— Here's a new fried chicken menu from sandwich and salad slinger Gram and Papa's offered for a one night stand on May 13 from 6:30 p.m. to close. But, in the future, owner Mike Ilic plans to serve the bird during both lunch and dinner. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN— Le Pain Quotidien, the reliable multi-unit Belgian cafe with eateries across the country and abroad, is taking over the Happy Bowl space by the forthcoming Tender Greens at the PacMutual Building (6th and Olive). LPQ will encompass 2,100-square-feet with a 600-square-foot patio. [Brigham Yen]

Urban Radish

660 Mateo St Los Angeles, CA 90021

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