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Terrine on Beverly Is Officially a Pokémon Go Gym

Plus a big hire at Hotel Bel-Air, free burgers, and street food galore

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Terrine on Beverly
Terrine on Beverly
Elizabeth Daniels
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.

Garry Larduinat joins Hotel Bel-Air

Long time pastry chef Garry Larduinat has joined forces with Hotel Bel-Air to provide pastries for the entire property, which includes Wolfgang Puck’s namesake restaurant on site. The French-born pastry chef is well-known for his works at high end restaurants (he’s got nearly 200,000 Instagram followers to show for it) where he makes some seriously incredible stuff.

Terrine is a Pokémon gym now

Much of America has become completely enamored with Pokémon Go lately, and that certainly extends to Los Angeles. Case in point: Terrine is now officially a Pokémon Go gym, says owner Stephane Bombet.

Free Burgerim burgers tomorrow

Tomorrow represents the first true opening day of Burgerim on Melrose — they’ve apparently been only soft open until now — and to celebrate the Israeli-based company is plotting to give away free food all day long. All you’ve got to do is show up and order, any time between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 5001 Melrose Avenue.

Another Lincoln Heights street food gem

LA Mag takes on yet another Lincoln Heights street food legend, this time an under-the-radar taco stand going some of the best stuff in the neighborhood. It's no Corn Man, what with his impossibly long lines, but the food is apparently delicious.

Explore Garcons de Cafe

Have you had the chance yet to duck into Garcons de Cafe at the Spring Street Arcade? Perhaps you should, because it's one of the more charming options available, as LA Downtowner so deftly shows in the below video.

Why cows matter to Los Angeles

LA Weekly takes a look back at the long-gone history of Los Angeles' dairies and drive-thru milk stops, dubbing L.A. County as once being the capital of the milk trade nationwide. Unfortunately urbanization has largely done away with that, but there are still signs of that past everywhere you look.

Culver City's Indian food scene grows

LA Times has a bit about Zafran Pot, a family-run operation new to the neighborhood that's turning out some pretty impeccable food. The name is a nod to saffron rice, the restaurant's staple base, and by every indication just one of a handful of dishes being mastered by chef/owner Sneh Lata Gumidelli.

Farmboy Kitchen loads new menus

Hollywood's Farmboy Kitchen has a new set of menus on its hands, following a quiet February opening. The restaurant just south of Santa Monica Boulevard on Vine is keeping weekday hours now from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., and weekend hours that begin at 10 a.m. (and only run until 3 p.m. on Sundays). Here's the new brunch, breakfast, and lunch overhaul.

Farm Boy Menus