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Five Eagle Rock Restaurants Burglarized in One Brazen Overnight Spree

Plus an open space on West Third Street, and some sushi closures

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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.

Bad news break-ins

Five different Eagle Rock restaurants were burglarized over the weekend in one sustained and rather brazen overnight barrage that ran from 3 a.m. to 6 a.m. As the Eastsider reports, the five restaurants are Eagle Rock Italian Bakery, Casa Bianca Pizza Pie, Meeas Hot Dogs, Thai Coconut, and Piencone Pizzeria. Not each attempted score was actually successful (they didn’t get fully inside Eagle Rock Italian Bakery, for example), but the unnamed robbers did get away with unspecified amounts of cash and other valuables from registers and safes. Police are still looking for suspects.

The loss

All of Blue C’s national locations have suddenly closed, reports Eater Seattle. The sushi company notified employees of an immediate shutter of all locations, including two in greater Los Angeles.

Big flavor

All Flavor No Grease is now open inside the 4th Street Market in Santa Ana. The Orange County food hall space is doing daily hours starting at 11 a.m.

Doing the looking

Urbanline Real Estate has a listing up for the still-active Prime Cutts space on West Third Street. The doner kebab shop is looking to get out from under its lease apparently, putting the 1,430-foot space on the market for just over $7,000 per month, and $400,000 in key money.

Langer’s history

LA Times has a nice story out on Chon Barajas, an unsung member of the Langer’s Delicatessen workforce with some 50 years under his belt. In a new op-ed, Barajas’ daughter says that her father retired on December 31, and that while she has been “worried about this day,” they’re excited to see what’s next.

Big names

Celebrated Italian chef Antonio Mellino of two-Michelin-starred Quattro Passi is coming to Nerano in Beverly Hills. The chef arrives tomorrow and will be cooking for a week, leaning into a $200 tasting menu with a la carte options as well.