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The Popular Yeastie Boys Bagel Truck Is Expanding Once Again

Plus, a new Hollywood club, Skid Row food vendors, and LBC’s Restauration makes its return

A fleet of food trucks in a parking lot.
The Yeastie Boys fleet of trucks
Courtesy of Yeastie Boys
Mona Holmes is a reporter for Eater Los Angeles and a regular contributor to KCRW radio. She has covered restaurants, dining, and food culture since 2016. In 2022, the James Beard Foundation nominated her for a Jonathan Gold Local Voice Award.

The Yeastie Boys check another milestone this Saturday by launching a third truck to its fleet. Evan Fox launched his first roving truck in 2015, and is known for some of LA’s best bagels and bagel sandwiches. Fox’s new truck will appear throughout the city, including Culver City’s Platform development, this Wednesday. He’ll also collaborate with some of LA’s finest, including Freedman’s with a “Bagel French Dip,” and the Tacos 1986 crew to produce a carne asada bagel.

In other news:

District NoHo is North Hollywood’s forthcoming eight-building development. Once complete, it will exist directly on top the North Hollywood Metro station. Project will not only have 1,500 apartments, but a new group of restaurants. According to Curbed LA, this project will arrive in six phases, starting in late 2021.

—The Remedy Place, West Hollywood’s new self-described “wellness club,” opened Thursday. The center of this new members-only spot is the lounge and bar, where not only healthy food and drinks are served, but also vitamin injections, hyperbaric chambers, and a $175 hangover cure where infrared sauna and a “lymphatic drainage massage” can assist after a boozy late night.

A digital rendering for the Remedy Place, a social wellness club in West Hollywood
The Remedy Place rendering

—There’s an incredible story out of L.A. Taco this week, where they track five food vendors who operate in Skid Row. It’s an inclusive look at all Skid Row residents, especially those trying to make a living by selling food.

—Back in the 1990s, Dragonfly was a notable spot in LA’s club circuit. The space on Melrose near Cahuenga received new wings as Derriere LA, and owner Jared Holdridge took two years to rework the 300 capacity space that opened November 12.

—LAist dove deep into cheese curds and gravy to locate LA’s best poutine.

Osteria Cal Mare is kicking off a month-long charitable dinner series in December. Owner and chef Adam Sobel’s Bona Furtuna series features a five-course dinner for $75, where a portion of the dinner goes to the non-profit, No Kid Hungry.

—Last November, heat from Restauration’s pizza oven caught on dry wood from a surrounding surface, and caused serious damage to the Long Beach restaurant. So it’s a welcome sight to see the Long Beach restaurant return this week. The owners made the announcement on its Facebook page:

WE'RE BACK, and better than ever! Come see our new digs + taste our new menu. Have questions? Check out our FAQ below...

Posted by Restauration on Wednesday, November 20, 2019