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Westfield Century City’s Latest Offering Is a Two-Story Steak and Seafood Behemoth

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Plus beef noodle soup at Kato and late night wings in Highland Park

Lobster from Double Eagle Steakhouse
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More at Westfield

The Westfield Century City mall continues to add new restaurant tenants. The latest to join the party is Double Eagle Steakhouse, an upscale meat spot from the Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group.

Interestingly enough, this new location will span two floors and some 15,000 square feet of total space, making it among the biggest restaurants anywhere at the mall (outside of Eataly, at least). Expect bars on both floors, a Champagne-specific area up top, windows that open to the street, and more, with an opening in late 2018.

Air music

The upcoming two-day Air + Style event is taking place at Exposition Park, and will include more than just skate and music crowds. Restaurant names for the two-day affair starting March 3 will include Fat Dragon, Bling Bling Dumplings, Afters Ice Cream, Locol, Chego, and more.

Kato one more time

It’s beef noodle soup night at Kato again. Last time around the place was packed with fans of Jon Yao’s casual Taiwanese cooking on these special one-off nights.

running it back! we’ll be swapping out menu items so come try new stuff!

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Wings on the cheap

Highland Park bar The Greyhound is doing .50-cent wings after 10 p.m. nightly, along with half-off burgers until closing. That’s not a bad deal for the post-shift set.

Koslow talks

Sqirl’s Jessica Koslow made her way over to Gotham Gal’s podcast to talk about her time starting her fantastically popular restaurant, what the future holds for her across town at her new restaurant, and all of the ups and downs in between. Go give it a listen.

Commonwealth x Otium

San Francisco Michelin-starred restaurant Commonwealth is popping up at Otium tomorrow night. Chef Jason Fox is working a collab dinner with Timothy Hollingsworth out on the garden mezzanine that includes passed apps and cocktails to start, and tickets are $175 a head.

All Time, for dinner

Los Feliz daytime spot All Time is turning on its dinner menu tomorrow night, and it includes beer and wine. Hours run 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., and reservations are encouraged.

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