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EaterTastings: Market Serving Salads Downtown, The Hudson Opens in Weho, Firenze Osteria Debuts in Noho

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The latest dish from Eater LA, Curbed's hedonistic eating and drinking blog...

Bret Thompson, owner of Beverly Blvd's MILK, has opened his first downtown venture, Market in the Cooper Building. The casual eatery (pictured) "offers seasonal salads, paninis, soups, sides, burgers (who isn't serving a burger these days), and some baked goods."

The space formerly occupied by The Boulevard on Crescent Heights and Santa Monica is now The Hudson. The space was once a train station (seriously) and is now mostly a "simply-decorated open-air patio" with 50-foot trees integrated into the dining room.

Top Chef fan favorite Fabio Viviani moves out of Moorpark's Cafe Firenze and has is opening Firenze Osteria tomorrow. Expect classic Italian fare from osso bucco to gnocchi with pesto and over thirty wines offered by the glass. But will he serve "monkey ass in an empty clam shell"?
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