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The Dudes Brewing Co. Opens New Flagship at Santa Monica Place

Plus LASA’s new menu item, and Twohey’s updates

The Dudes Brewing Company
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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.

Dudes on the move

South Bay craft beer option The Dudes Brewing has officially expanded into Santa Monica, opening up last week at Santa Monica Place. The spacious wraparound restaurant comes with barrel seating outside, dark blue floors inside, lots of communal picnic tables, TVs for watching events, and of course beer.

New brews

LA Magazine is all over the brewery scene with a new round-up of some of the more recent players across Southern California. There’s Common Space in Hawthorne, Five Threads in Westlake Village, and more.

Twohey’s comeback

The shuttered Twohey’s restaurant in Alhambra is primed for a big comeback in South Pasadena soon. Now the restaurant is starting to show off the space it will occupy along Fair Oaks, albeit not the construction-filled interior.

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Posted by Twohey's Restaurant on Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Joey to LA

A casual Vancouver restaurant called Joey is coming to Los Angeles, landing at The Bloc in Downtown soon, reports DTLA Rising. The all-over-the-place option does everything from Spanish tapas to ramen and steaks, and already has a location at the Westfield Topanga in Woodland Hills.

Summer treats

Ventura Blvd. Magazine offers a look at some cool-down options for the warm San Fernando Valley this summer, from Creamistry to Fatamorgana Gelato.

Beast seafood

Eagle Rock neighborhood favorite Little Beast is turning five years old, and to celebrate the restaurant is doing a series of fun events and dinners all summer long. First up is a classic low country Southern seafood boil on June 18. Seats are $32 a head, and reservations are encouraged.

Burgers in Chinatown

LASA is expanding its weekend menu to now include a burger. It’s a beefy bistek version that comes with two patties, toromansi onions, queso de bola, and a bun from Friends & Family, and costs $14; Saturdays and Sundays only to start.

The new LASA burger
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