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Adele Loves In-N-Out More Than the Grammys, and More A.M. News

Plus big changes for the Beverly Center, and vegan doughnuts arrive in Silver Lake.

Adele at the Grammy Awards
Adele at the Grammy Awards
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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.

Big changes for the Beverly Center are coming

As has long been rumored — what with all the death on the restaurant side of things — it looks like the Beverly Center will indeed undergo a massive renovation in the coming months. Curbed landed early news of the coming construction yesterday, but says that there won’t be any more detailed information until early March. Stay tuned.

And yes, Adele does love her In-N-Out

After a bit of a snafu at the Grammys last night, Adele took to Twitter to vent a bit. Ultimately she came to the single most important conclusion possible: everything is better with In-N-Out.

Fabian Gallardo talks Mexican food

Petty Cash's Fabian Gallardo, who of late has been manning the stoves at the Arts District outpost of the restaurant, took time out of his busy schedule to chat with the Reserve folks about Mexican food, photography, and what it means to be a family man while running two kitchens simultaneously.

Three new burgers to enjoy

LA Times talks burgers, laying out a case for trying three great new-ish options in the area. The just-opened Fritzi gets a shout out, as does Everson Royce Bar in the Arts District, the latter of which is made all the more special thanks to its chef, Matt Molina.

Donut Farm now veganizing Silver Lake

It's doughnut time, Silver Lake. Oakland transplant Pepples is now up and running (albeit under the name Donut Farm) just off Sunset Boulevard, serving up a unique mix of funky favorites and all-time classics. Here's a peek inside:

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TiGeorges Laguerre wrote a book

Let this be a reminder that you should never count out TiGeorges, the eponymous man behind one of L.A.'s most well-regarded Haitian restaurants. Turns out, Laguerre has written a book about his upbringing, his recipes, and his love letter to the roasted chicken.

More on the return of Harold & Belle's

LA Weekly takes a closer look at the food side of Harold & Belle's, which has just returned following a seven month construction hiatus. Don't worry, most everything is still the same — that is to say, your New Orleans favorites haven't gone anywhere — but you should expect a few fun twists and turns now that the place has been redone and is officially reopened.