Granville takes over Jerry’s Deli in West Hollywood
Looks like another outlet for Granville inside the famous Jerry’s Deli on Beverly. The West Hollywood Jewish deli institution made it for decades before closing back in 2013, leaving the corner address empty since then. Even Dominick’s eventually departed that block, but now it seems there’s new life by way of Valley casual all-day staple Granville. The easygoing option in Burbank, Glendale, and Studio City seems ready to expand into L.A. proper, per this ABC license, and will likely keep the same lunch, brunch, and dinner menu as those that came before.
A 360-degree view of Yamashiro
Feel like getting an all-access pass inside Yamashiro in Hollywood, before the place changes hands (and possibly disappears forever)? Prosper VR is now showing off a fully in-the-round look at the space over on their site, so you can check out the inner garden, dining rooms, and outside landscaping of the 100 year old restaurant.
The Juice Parlor opens in North Hollywood
Fresh-pressed juices and acai bowls have made their way to North Hollywood via The Juice Parlor on Cahuenga Boulevard. Hours run 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., with a healthy menu of juices, smoothies, those acai bowls and more. 5658 Cahuenga Blvd, North Hollywood.
Coffee shop gives up
Local satire site Hence LA Magazine took to skewering Silver Lake's coffee scene in a recent article. The post nods at the anthropomorphized coffee shop's crushed dreams and desire to return home after being beaten by the relentless machine that is Los Angeles.
Longtime Silver Lake Coffee Shop Gives Up And Moves Back Home To Indiana by @minhdzuy https://t.co/t0Vx0kZbAi #SilverLake #Coffee— Hence.LA (@HenceLAmag) May 27, 2016
Teebsie popsicles hits the LA market
There’s a new push pop in town (except don’t call it that cuz it’s trademarked), and it’s called Teebsie. Launching at the Melrose Place Farmers Market first, owner Julia Taylor-Brown plans to offer flavors like espresso cardamom and hibiscus watermelon, all created with organic ingredients and unrefined sugars. They’ll also be at the Century City Farmers Market and the Bank of America one in Downtown on Fridays, with a forthcoming tricycle cart coming down the line too. Who doesn’t love a good summer popsicle?
Irenia in Santa Ana expands to lunch
Filipino pop-up turned sit-down dinner destination Irenia is opening up for lunch. The former North Left space in Santa Ana has been buzzing as Irenia since January, with chef/owner Ryan Garlitos now opening the place up for lunch as of last Thursday. Hours run Tuesday through Saturday only, 1:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Revolutionario expands into breakfast
West Adams taco champion Revolutionario is expanding their hours, keeping 9 a.m. through 9 p.m. timing moving forward — with the exclusion of Monday, when they’re closed. The Algerian / North African-leaning restaurant is expanding into breakfast with morning burritos and tacos, with staple vegan options available alongside toasts and a killer new lamb pastrami. A full breakfast menu is available below.