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Silver Lake’s Quiet Burger Patio Hache LA to Close After Five Good Years

Plus an update in Santa Monica, and cocktail classes in Mid-City

Hache LA
Hache LA
Hache LA
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.

Goodbye burger

Silver Lake burger restaurant Hache is closing after five years. The Sunset Boulevard eatery will close its doors for good as of this coming Sunday, with ownership saying: “We really appreciate everyone who came through our patio and who hung with us through the good, the bad, and the yummy times.” The land is rumored to be slated for redevelopment.

Big names

Food & Wine takes a look at five great big Los Angeles restaurant openings for this summer, starting with Tacos 1986 and winding through Bon Temps, Birdie G’s, Antico, and Pizzana in West Hollywood.

French updates

Things are coming along at Pasjoli, Dialogue chef Dave Beran’s upcoming Santa Monica French restaurant. It looks like he’s still targeting an opening sometime in late summer, too.

Keep it spicy

The Hotville Chicken crew is heading back down to Long Beach for another pop-up at Beer Belly. Kim Prince’s seriously spicy bird will reemerge July 19, 20, and 21.

A delicious event

Delicious Little Tokyo returns on July 19 and 20. The two-day event features not only lots of restaurants from in and around Little Tokyo, it also offers live music, demonstrations, giveaways and more.

On the low

Los Angeleno has a fun feature out on Stubborn Nail, an underground bar of sorts that serves what may be some of the best cocktails in the greater Glassell Park area.

Come to Commerson

Speaking of cocktails, Mid-City restaurant Commerson is hosting a craft cocktail class tonight. Tickets for the event run $35, and include drinks, of course.