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SQIRL Will Remodel, Plans to Re-Open with LOU

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Matthew Kang is the Lead Editor of Eater LA. He has covered dining, restaurants, food culture, and nightlife in Los Angeles since 2008. He's the host of K-Town, a YouTube series covering Korean food in America, and has been featured in Netflix's Street Food show.

As reported earlier, owner Jessica Koslow tells Eater that SQIRL will be closing for about eleven days starting August 5 and will reopen on August 16 after expanding the space, adding twenty seats, new floors, and marble tabletops. In addition, LOU Wine & Provisions will also be opening to the public, offering a range of market items like bread, cheese, charcuterie, pickles and preserves, as well as Lou Amdur's selection "democratically priced wine," between $12-20, with nothing over $25. They both should be nice feathers in the cap for the neighborhood.

In the meantime, SQIRL will be signing off this weekend with an extensive menu of things like house-made raw milk burrata with mission fig terrine, Santa Barbara seabass with smoked eggplant caponata, and beef tongue tacos. When the eatery reopens on the 16th, they'll put on a CONFIT week, with a new item offered each day.
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720 North Virgil Avenue, , CA 90029 (323) 284-8147 Visit Website

SQIRL Kitchen

720 N Virgil Ave, Los Angeles