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17 Sep

Pasjoli hopes for a beautiful opening on Main Street – Sta. Monica Daily Press

In Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / September 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dave Beran couldn’t resist weaving French cooking into the seasonal tasting menus at Dialogue, the tiny restaurant hidden away in a food hall on the Third Street Promenade that earned a Michelin star earlier this year.



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12 Sep

Dialogue Chef Dave Beran Switches Gears with a “Fun and Playful” New Bistro – LA Magazine

In Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / September 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

Some of Los Angeles’ most dynamic cooking is about to become a little more accessible. James Beard Award-winning chef Dave Beran is expanding his footprint, from the tiny, Michelin-starred Dialogue, to a new, à la carte concept, Pasjoli. It opens next week in Santa Monica.



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02 Aug

Marugame Udon’s first Orange County location has grand opening Saturday at South Coast Plaza – LA Times

In Commercial Building,Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / August 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

Marugame Udon, the world’s largest chain of cafeteria-style udon restaurants, will have a grand opening Saturday for its new site at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa.



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01 Jul

Downtown’s Busiest Development Gains a Popular Japanese Noodle Maker – LA Eater

In Commercial Building,Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / July 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

Plus 4th of July deals galore

More noodles

Popular Japanese noodle shop Marugame Udon opens next week at the Bloc in Downtown. The suddenly-busy development is expected to add udon to its dining mix this month alongside Canadian casual import Joey and the upcoming (and long-awaited) Alamo Drafthouse movie theater and restaurant. Expect Marugame Udon to open at the Bloc on July 9 at 700 S. Flower St.

Source: Eater LA

28 Jun

Marugame Udon to Open at the Bloc Next Month – DTLA News

In Commercial Building,Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / June 28, 2019 / 0 Comments

Plus Tartine at Whole Foods, and the history of Chinatown

Downtown will soon have yet another place to slurp up a hearty bowl of traditional Japanese soup.



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