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Shiki Succeeds Enoteca Drago; Nyesha Arrington Dinner

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Japanese restaurant set to replace the recently shuttered Enoteca Drago is named Shiki, which translates to "four seasons" in Japanese. Yoshihiro Aoki of Sakura Seven is in charge. [EaterWire]

WEST HOLLYWOOD— Want another look inside Brian Malarkey's Herringbone in the Mondrian? Daily Dish stops by to eat and preview the restaurant, which is set to officially open on January 17. [Daily Dish]

HOLLYWOOD— On January 19 and 20, former Wilshire chef Nyesha Arrington will cook a pop-up four-fourse dinner titled "Food is Art – A Dinner Installation" at The Farmer's Kitchen. The meal costs $65/head or $85/head for the chef's table and proceeds benefit Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles. Alcohol is BYO, snag tix here. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN— Here's another (coffee-focused) look inside the Ace Hotel and restaurant LA Chapter, thanks to Sprudge. [Sprudge]

Enoteca Drago

410 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210