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Mango Six Done on West Third Street, POT Trailer, More!

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MID-CITY— That was quick. Mango Six, the desserty Asian juice cafe that launched over the summer right by Goldie's on West Third Street, is temporarily shuttered per window signage. Looks like this one is gone for good. [EaterWire]

K-TOWN— Because these days restaurants have trailers, too. Watch a sneak peek teaser clip of chef Roy Choi's POT, opening soon at The Line hotel on Wilshire. [EaterWire]

WEST HOLLYWOOD —Guacamole seems a natural fit to consume while watching the Super Bowl. Rosa Mexicano will deliver its famed lava rock guac directly to your door this year, along with house-made tortillas and corn tortilla chips. Price is $5 per person (you have to order for five, 10, 15, etc.) and requests must be placed by January 31 at 5 p.m. [EaterWire]

MID-CITY— L'Assiette, the steak-centered restaurant replacing Colonial Wine Bar on Melrose, is looking to slice in late February. The eatery is presently under construction. [EaterWire]

Mango Six

8428 W 3rd St Los Angeles, CA 90048

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