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Michael Cimarusti to Close Fairfax Fish Destination Cape Seafood and Provisions

Plus NYC-style bodega sandwiches, and Baroo cooks again

Cape Seafood and Provisions
Cape Seafood

Seafood losses

Chef Michael Cimarusti is closing his Fairfax retail space Cape Seafood and Provisions at the end of the month. The nearly three-year-old project was designed as a retail outpost of Cimarusti’s sustainable Dock to Dish seafood initiative, with grab and go food also available, but now the team is moving on, per a post on their Instagram page. They call the foray into the retail side a true “learning experience,” and thank customers for their support. The final day of service will be January 31.

Choi on Choi

Roy Choi sat down with The Land, the new alternative Los Angeles magazine set to publish its first issue this winter. In the wide-ranging talk, Choi discusses his love of rap, his upbringing, and his enduring anger over some of the media coverage surrounding Locol in Watts.

Bagel flippers

Welcome to Belle’s Goes Bodega, the temporary breakfast pop-up inside Belle’s Bagels in Highland Park. The bagel bakery’s equipment needs a revamp so in the meantime they’re doing kaiser roll egg sandwiches under a different name, and with a whole new menu. Check it out.

Local coffee

The Eastsider reports that Stereoscope Coffee will occupy some new retail space in Echo Park soon, right on Sunset Boulevard. The Buena Park-based company is part of the upcoming mixed-used redevelopment known as Brick Works.

Baroo back in action

Baroo chef Kwang Uh is cooking up some classics from his bygone restaurant soon, reports LA Magazine. The meals are part of art fair pop-up Frieze Los Angeles, running February 15 through 17 in Hollywood.

Ramen on the cheap

Melrose’s EAK Ramen is doing a $3 ramen deal on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The restaurant is celebrating its third anniversary on the block, and will offer eight different kinds of ramen, from tonkotsu to shoyu, for the celebration, along with $3 glasses of beer.

Nine years young

Eagle Rock Brewery is celebrating its nine-year anniversary with a party tomorrow that runs from noon to 6 p.m. Expect lots of beer and smoked meats.

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