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Market Provisions Brings Newfound Wine Bar Charm to Former Cooks County

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Now open on Beverly.

Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Take a look here at Market Provisions, the reimagined former Cooks County space on Beverly Boulevard. Last month news broke that owners Claudio and Adria Blotta would be flipping the longtime eatery into a more casual small-plates spot under the tutelage of chef Don Dickman, who currently runs All’Acqua in Atwater Village.

The space has been given a polish-up inside, though it retains much of the Cooks County charm. Open ceilings and hanging bare bulbs are as chic as ever, while darker woods in the tables and flooring give the room a cozier feel, perfect for settling into a plate of spaghetti chitarra and a glass of red this winter.

Mostly the menu will now be comprised of smaller format dishes and snackier starters, from charcuterie and cheese to raw bar selections and a few signature desserts. There are plans for a daily happy hour as well as a late night menu, in addition to the daily lunch and dinner service. Brunch is also on offer for the weekends.

Market Provisions is open now.

Market Provisions
8009 Beverly Blvd.Los Angeles, CA