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Silver Lake's Best Restaurants, Petit Trois's New Sandwich, $1 Oyster Deals, and More A.M. News

Everyone's into steakhouses.

Zinc Cafe, Arts District
Zinc Cafe, Arts District
Elizabeth Daniels
Matthew Kang is the Lead Editor of Eater LA. He has covered dining, restaurants, food culture, and nightlife in Los Angeles since 2008. He's the host of K-Town, a YouTube series covering Korean food in America, and has been featured in Netflix's Street Food show.

— Besha Rodell ranks the ten best restaurants in Silver Lake, with Night + Market Song and Alimento landing at the top, followed closely by L&E Oyster Bar and Pine & Crane. Apparently the lines at Silver Lake Ramen are justified, too.

— The Downtown News wonders if the Arts District can handle three vegetable-focused restaurants. Sure, it's the Arts District, and there's enough meat coming out of Bestia for everyone.

— Did you know that STK's business is like 75% business expense accounts from Monday to Thursday? [Bloomberg]

— Everyone in NYC is going crazy for chicken sandwiches this summer. Um, LA has an answer for that.

— This cronut-spam egg sandwich hybrid from DK's might be the most terrible and amazing sounding breakfast ever.

— The Churchill has a $1 oyster night every Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m., so book your calendar next week. Also, Bistro 85 has $1 oysters and $3 beers tonight in Koreatown (taking over the former Vinu Wine Bar) from 5 to 10 p.m. Nothing draws diners like cheap oysters, or oysters in general.

— In an act of desperation, Pinkberry will now deliver froyo to you for a modest $4.99 fee. Remember when people lined up for the stuff in West Hollywood in the mid-aughts?

— To add to its growing arsenal of approachable plates, Petit Trois now has a spicy merguez sausage meatball sandwich with harissa yogurt. It's only available during lunch.

— Cocktail Academy is infusing a bit of creativity in Culina's program at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills. While the drinks run $16, it might be the best place on that divide between West Third and Beverly Hills for cocktails. Try the Monte Carlo, with rye, benedictine, and Angostura.