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Bagatelle's Musical Brunch; Fried Chicken at The Larder

WEST HOLLYWOOD—Bagatelle, notorious for its boozy, Friday-Night-On-A-Saturday-Afternoon brunch, is adding live music to the mix. Musician Shaya Threat kicks off the series next Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m Also, chef Robert Liberato has a new menu of eggs and caviar, smoked salmon crostini, and waffles with caramelized bananas. [EaterWire]

MID-CITY— Fried Chicken Night isn't just for Bouchon (via Ad Hoc). Chef Suzanne Goin's The Larder at Burton Way dedicates Thursday nights to Tennessee Sweet-Tea Brined Fried Chicken with cold slaw, cavolo nero, and cornbread, all for $19.95. Eat there or take it home. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN— Those looking to kick back a few on National Margarita Day, which is this coming Saturday, drop by Las Perlas for $8 Ginger Margaritas. Most drinks cost between $10 to $13 so consider this a deal. [EaterWire]

STUDIO CITY—Customizable salad cafe Chop Stop, is planning its fourth location on Ventura Boulevard (11990 Ventura Blvd.) just east of Laurel Canyon behind Dupars Restaurant in place of Studio City's Xtreme Desserts. Management should be ready to open next week. [EaterWire]

Bagatelle LA

755 N La Cienega, West Hollywood, California 90069 (310) 659-3900

Las Perlas

107 East 6th Street, , CA 90014 (213) 988-8355 Visit Website

Bagatelle

755 N La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

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