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EaterTastings: Il Carpaccio In the Palisades Shutters, Molly's Moving? And Welcome, Crocker Club

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[Addio, Il Carpaccio! Photo by Alen Lin, 9/28/07]

PACIFIC PALISADES: Despite good reviews upon opening in 2007, Italian eatery Il Carpaccio in the Palisades has shuttered. Coming in its place: Taste (yes, the same restaurant that is on Melrose near La Cienega).

HOLLYWOOD: Burger stand Molly's on Vine may have to make way for new office construction. The stand plans to stay open until the end of the year, and may have to shutter while during construction (although it seems there may be new life for the little stand in the new building, should it actually be constructed).

DOWNTOWN: Officially opening next week: Crocker Club. The lounge is in the basement of the Crocker Citizens National Bank Building (reborn as the Spring Arts Tower, at 5th and Spring), and is the handiwork of Hollywood nightlife denizen Vincent Terzian. We hear there is a soft opening tonight for those who work in the building.