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31 Jan

Flintridge Proper & Seoul Sausage – Thrillist

In Commercial Building,Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / January 31, 2014 / 0 Comments


Ever notice how all of those “Best Burgers in LA” lists mention the same 20 hamburgers? While yes, Apple Pan, Father’s Office, Golden State, Umami, Hungry Cat, and Rustic Canyon all make really, really good burgers, this is actually a city with like a billion burgers — so there’s gotta be other great burgers out there, right? RIGHT?!? Right.

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28 Jan

Honeycut – TimeOut Los Angeles

In Commercial Building,Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / January 28, 2014 / 0 Comments


ho says you can’t break out your dance moves and enjoy a craft drink at the same time? The nightlife heavy hitters behind Seven Grand and The Varnish, together with NYC’s Death + Co. booze pioneers, have accomplished the near-impossible—a premium cocktail discobar. The 3,000-square-foot basement of the O Hotel downtown is split between a cozy pool hall boasting what has to be the most epic drink menu (50 beverages, to be exact) and a very Saturday Night Fever “disco” room, complete with an analog LED dance floor. It’s probably the only place in town where you can nurse a true Old Fashioned while grinding up on a stranger beneath a ceiling made of reflective balls. Groovy baby.

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28 Oct

Gjelina – TimeOut LA

In Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / October 28, 2013 / 0 Comments

Best brunch restaurants in Los Angeles: Burgers

Brunch restaurants in Los Angeles get meaty (and messy) with two-fisted burgers that are being served weekend mornings.

It’s a widespread belief that brunch is the remedy to last night’s debauchery. We like to agree—and take it one indulgence further with our list of LA’s best brunch burgers. Burgers are the new standard and ultimate morning dish. We’ve braved the juiciest, beefiest and cheesiest patties to compile the city’s best.

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22 Oct

Factory Kitchen – Zagat

In Commercial Building,Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / October 22, 2013 / 0 Comments

Factory Kitchen Brings More Italian Food to DTLA

A new Italian restaurant with a couple of big names behind it will debut at the Factory Place Lofts in the Arts District this week. Chef Angelo Auriana (Valentino) and Matteo Ferdinandi (Drago Centro) plan to soft open Factory Kitchen on Thursday, October 24, bringing rustic Italian food made with “fresh, seasonal and locally sourced ingredients” to this tucked-away corner of Downtown LA. The pedigree is there: Auriana worked with Piero Selvaggio for more than 18 years, while Ferdinandi was with Wolfgang Puck before joining Celestino Drago to open his suit-friendly Downtown restaurant. The space is industrial-chic with concrete floors, warehouse bones, wood tables and garage doors for an open-air feel (fun fact: Factory Place, located off of Alameda Street near 7th, was one of the first living and work spaces to open when artists started filling this warehouse-laden part of Downtown LA in the early 1980s).

Sure, there are similarities to nearby Bestia, which is also an Italian-focused restaurant with a seasonal, local slant hidden in a loft-dwelling corner of the Arts District. But knowing someone who actually lives in the Factory Lofts building, we can honestly say: parking is so much easier. Factory Kitchen will open for dinner at 5 PM during the week, 4 PM on the weekends, with brunch and lunch to be added soon.

1300 Factory Place; 213-996-6000

Sorce: Zagat


15 Oct

Dragon Herbs – Vogue Magazine Paris

In Commercial Building,Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / October 15, 2013 / 0 Comments

The old Californian chic

Angela Lindvall – also kundalini yoga teacher supermodel – is a fan of this Zen emporium with a health elixirs boosters bar.It was created by the renowned herbalist Ron Teeguarden and features over 1,000 formulas to strengthen the immune system. Consultations are free for all ills to cure by plants. But if only for a lemonade Ginseng, a stop is recommended for oriental chic atmosphere 100%. Dragon Herbs, 460 S Robertson, BHills. Tel. (310) 860-8965.

Dragon Herbs

By By Carole Sabas the 15 October 2013

Source: Vogue Paris