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Pop’s Bagels Finds Semi-Permanent Home at Platform in Culver City

Plus donating to Australia, and a Redondo Beach closure

A tray of bagels on a wooden platter.
Pop’s Bagels
Pop’s Bagels
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.

Pop’s Bagels on the rise

Ongoing pop-up Pop’s Bagels has secured a new semi-permanent space at the Platform development in Culver City, taking over the former Sao Açai. They’ll be there for at least the next six months starting tomorrow, keeping hours from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday through Sunday to start. Expect expanded days/hours and a bigger lunch menu down the line, too.

Doing good work

Bluestone Lane is donating profits from all of its cafes today and Friday to bushfire relief in Australia.

Coming right along

Here’s what Johnny’s Pastrami (which has apparently dropped the G) will look like when it opens soon in West Adams.

Gone and gone

My Little Dumpling has closed on West Third Street after less than one year.

As well as...

So too has A Basq Kitchen closed in Redondo Beach, ending a four-and-a-half year run doing paella and other Spanish specialities. A new restaurant called the Front Porch is taking over.

Ice cream for a cause

Margarita Kallas-Lee from the Scratch Restaurants empire is teaming up with Wanderlust Creamery for a one-off triple creme cheese flavor this month at the Atwater Village and Tarzana locations. Proceeds will go to Project Angel Food.

A great win

Forget In-N-Out after the awards, this year the post-Golden Globes move for Parasite director Bong Joon-ho was none other than BCD Tofu House.