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Highland Park’s French Bistro Cote Est Closes Quietly After Two Years

Plus a chicken opening and a churro deal

A tall-ceilinged French restaurant at night.
Cote Est
Lisa Franchot
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.

No more French

French restaurant Cote Est has closed in Highland Park. The two-year-old restaurant on York quietly stopped serving earlier this week.

Bye, Danny

Meanwhile, Trejo’s Cantina has closed in Pasadena. Signage is up on the door now, and the address on El Molino has been scrubbed from the group’s website.

Sweet treat

Long Beach’s new Churriño is throwing an opening party this Saturday, complete with free bubbly, swag, and more.

The bread man speaks

Ever wanted to know more about Andy Kadin, the man behind Bub & Grandma’s? Now is the time thanks to a nifty new feature out in Heated this week.

In danger

Per Wehoville, Bossa Nova and Hamburger Haven could be slated for demolition in the city of West Hollywood. The longstanding restaurants would make way for a new retail and hotel development.

Soup season

L.A. Taco has all the news to know on where to find khao soi around Los Angeles, from Northern Thai Food Club on down.

Now in the neighborhood

After years of back and forth, Chicken N Chips is now open at 2728 Fletcher Drive in Glassell Park near Frogtown.