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Blackhouse Hospitality Will Open Little Sister Downtown, Plans to Dominate South Bay

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Restaurateur Jed Sanford and partner-in-crime Tin Vuong will bring Little Sister Downtown and open two additional concepts in the Beach Cities.

Tin Vuong
Tin Vuong

Chef Tin Vuong and partner Jed Sanford have made quite a splash in the oceanfront food scene of the South Bay. Blackhouse Hospitality partners Vuong and Sanford currently operate Little Sister, Abigaile, Wildcraft, and Dia de Campo, but will expand their growing roster of restaurants to a whopping seven by 2015's end.

Little Sister, Manhattan Beach's punchy pan-Asian restaurant, will soon become the big sister to a second outlet that will open downtown in Spring 2015. Little Sister DTLA will occupy the former Gaji spot, which closed unceremoniously after a very short stint on Downtown's restaurant row.  The restaurant will join the likes of Sugarfish, Mo-Chica, and Bottega Louie on the bustling corner of 7th and Grand.

In addition to Little Sister DTLA, Blackhouse will open a steakhouse in Hermosa Beach early in the year as previously reported here, and will follow that up with a seventh concept in Redondo Beach in the summer. We'd say it's about time to bet on black.

Little Sister
523 W 7th St
Los Angeles, CA 90014

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