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One of LA’s Best Breakfast Burritos Is Back and Better Than Ever

Also: Curry House closes all locations, and inexpensive pizza and drinks

A close up of a breakfast burrito in someone’s hand.
Wake & Late
Wake & Late

Downtown LA breakfast spot Wake & Late reemerges today with a whole new look and feel. The mostly A.M. destination at 6th and Main Street has for a while now been considered among the best spots for a quick morning breakfast burrito, but now owners have redesigned the restaurant to maximize easy flow, and are partnering with Postmates for Downtown LA delivery.

The new-look restaurant space includes not only a takeout window but room for 18 diners inside, plus a standing bar and small patio. The burritos themselves have been overhauled by Jame Enoteca chef Jackson Kalb; the opening menu is below. Right now Wake & Late is open Wednesday through Sunday from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., but will expand into everyday service soon, including late night weekend hours once again.

A menu for a breakfast burrito restaurant with coffee.

In other news:

— The 10 year anniversary of the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton at L.A. Live is here, and that means lots of celebrations across the properties. All April long, WP24 by Wolfgang Puck will offer a ten year retrospective menu of past classic dishes like Singaporean-style chili prawns.

— Hit Central Coast restaurant Pico in Los Alamos has a new redesign, culinary direction, and chef in John Wayne Formica, aka the Traveling Cowboy Chef. Expect a reopening next month.

— What could possibly be more adorable than this notice posted earlier this week at Sasabune in Glendale?

— Curry House appears to have closed all of its Southern California locations overnight, reports LAist.

— Downtown LA’s Mrs. Fish is set to begin delivering sushi bento boxes around the city soon.

— The Long Beach Post found a lot to like about the new Hideaway steak spot.

— N10, the Italian restaurant on West Third Street, is now doing a weekly spritz hour for two hours, starting at 6 p.m.

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