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Plus, Cognoscenti Coffee earns a Fashion District storefront worth visiting

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A day in the life of Jeremy Fall

The LA Times put together a pretty cool print package on Jeremy Fall, the galavanting twentysomething responsible for a few of the city’s strongest nightclubs and the new Easy’s in Chinatown. He travels all across the city in a given day, checking in on projects like his Nighthawk breakfast bar in Venice and an upcoming bar and deli in Highland Park.

Cognoscenti Coffee’s Fashion District vibes

Looks like another Downtown location for Cognoscenti Coffee, as the popular local brand pops up in the Fashion District next. Their big new location at 1118 San Julian St. is large enough for roasting to happen on site, but will also have room for tables, an espresso machine, and more than a few customers. Current hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

Soft opening today til 5pm #espresso #fashiondistrict #1118sanjulianstreet #90015 #citymarketoflosangeles

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Bakers Will Bake

Feel like eating all the baked goods — for an even better cause? Get to Bakers Will Bake this Sunday at the Hollywood Farmers Market, where from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. a slew of the city’s most prolific bakers and pastry chefs unite to raise money for the Micheltorena Elementary Garden. Confirmed attendees include: Roxana Jullapat, Shannon Swindle (Craft), Christine Moore (Lincoln Pasadena), Zoe Nathan, Valerie Gordon, Na Young (Proof), Meadow Ramsey (Sqirl), and so many more amazing people you literally can’t imagine. The full list can be found here.

El Huarique’s new digs

Venice favorite El Huarique is moving up in the world. The Peruvian specialist known for their ceviches and lomo saltado have relocated from a small spot just off the boardwalk to larger, more comfortable address right underneath the iconic Venice sign. 83 Windward Ave., Venice.

El Harique has raised their flag and I'm ecstatic.

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R Bar’s quiet brunch

Koreatown’s R Bar has been a fun place for locals to congregate for years. But did you know they brunch it up like no other? So says LA Weekly, who give props to the corner location for their strong weekend AM eats game, where nothing on the menu is over $10.

Goldenboys X Secret Chinese Delivery

In a move that seems tailor-made to work, the Goldenboys team is heading for a pop-up residency at Downtown’s Secret Chinese Delivery. The subtle South Park restaurant used to have a storefront in Silver Lake but is now doing delivery (and sit-down dinners) on Olympic Boulevard. Their Goldenboys collab starts Tuesday, September 27.

El Tejano makes breakfast

North Hollywood newcomer El Tejano is getting into the breakfast taco game with a new full menu of weekend AM eats. You’ll find breakfast burritos, tacos, chilaquiles, and more on offer from the rad indoor-outdoor dining destination in the Valley. The full menu is below.

El Tejano Breakfast by Farley Elliott on Scribd

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