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Cofax Gives Back, The Abbey Considers Armed Guards, and More A.M. Intel

Plus a new Burbank barbecue option

Cofax on Fairfax
Cofax on Fairfax
Cofax Coffee

Wood Ranch brings big barbecue vibes to Burbank

Wood Ranch BBQ

As the 17th location for chain Wood Ranch, Burbank is just about perfect. The boxy restaurant is meant for families and those looking for a comfortable sit-down experience, which makes their outpost in downtown Burbank a surefire winner. It helps, of course, that the place does all sorts of barbecue-minded menu items like pulled pork sandwiches, plus grilled steaks cooked over oak. Perfect for celebrating Barbecue Week. 110 N. 1st St., Burbank.

Cofax hits the two year mark

Fairfax favorite Cofax celebrates two years in the game tomorrow, and to celebrate they're giving their day's sales to a couple of LGBT-friendly non-profits, including Equality Florida and Everybody Los Angeles. Stop by and support.

Chef Andrew Pastore steps in at Clifton's

Things have settled down at Clifton's following a rocky first few months that saw most of the opening staff depart for elsewhere, including opening chef Jason Fullilove. Now comes Andrew Pastore, a journeyman chef around Los Angeles who hopes to elevate the multi-story eatery's cuisine while also launching a late night menu and The Old Mill, a coffee shop concept right up front.

Instagram-famous dog loves barbecue

Just look at this adorable dog — and then realize it has more Instagram followers than you, by a lot. That’s okay though, because Popeye the Foodie Dog is apparently celebrating barbecue week just like Eater, by grubbing hard at Dickey’s in Downey.


M Cafe celebrates ten years

Healthy-eating local option M Cafe, with outlets on Melrose and in Beverly Hills and Brentwood, is celebrating a decade of business. Known for their calorie-conscious options and organic sensibilities, the cafe will be doing a $10-or-less deal from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. tomorrow, where any dish on the menu will be under $10 out the door.

UberEATS expands

Live in the Valley, Downtown, or beyond? There's a good chance that, starting today, you can now get some UberEATS meals delivered to your door. The company has expanded their range by 100 miles, going as far south as Marina del Rey and as north as practically Northridge.

Will The Abbey add armed guards?

West Hollywood gay legend The Abbey is considering adding armed guards to their premises, reports KTLA, following in the wake of the recent tragedy in Orlando.

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