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Nancy Silverton Brings Back Grilled Cheese For Late Night Pizzeria Mozza Menu

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Plus Maury’s bagels and Silverlake Ramen opens in Downtown

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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.

Silverton’s big move

Nancy Silverton is bringing back her grilled cheese sandwich, first made famous from her years at Campanile. It’s going on the late night menu over at Pizzeria Mozza Sunday through Wednesday and all day on Thursdays (10 p.m. to midnight), and the team from the buzzy Off the Menu app are helping with the launch. The first night for grilled cheese is Monday, March 18 at the bar only — but only for those with the Off the Menu app. On Thursday, March 21 Silverton and Burt Bakman from Slab will be doing a brisket grilled cheese collaboration at the bar to ring in the grilled cheese menu’s availability to the general public, starting at 9 p.m. and running until sellout.

The opening is here

Maury’s will open this weekend in Silver Lake. The long-awaited bagel shop started as a pop-up by Jason Kaplan, but now has a location all its own at 2829 Bellevue Avenue.

Ramen space

The next Silverlake Ramen has arrived, right in Downtown. Featuring a big, wide bar and tall ceilings, the space at 615 S. Spring St. is now ready to roll, having opened for first service last night.

Growth mode

Michael Voltaggio’s STRFSH restaurant just received a big infusion of cash from the K2 Restaurant group, and it should allow the seafood spot to expand pretty rapidly. Eater spoke with reps for K2, who say they’re first looking to jump the concept to the East Coast, but are also ready for other ideas and locations in Los Angeles as well.

Long Beach moves

The Long Beach waterfront rehabilitation project is moving swiftly along, says the Long Beach Post. The upgrades include a ton of new cafe dining space, as well as enhanced amenities aimed at pulling people out to the waterfront more often.

Bento love

Hayato’s beautiful bento box lunches get some love in the latest Bon Appetit, with the magazine’s writer Elyse Inamine calling it “a full on tasting menu and the most delicious bento I’ve ever had.”

More paella for all

A Basq Kitchen in Redondo Beach is back with another round of its own Paella Week. The whole thing starts March 27, and features multiple days of different paella styles.