clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Plastik Mid-City Coffee, Rush Redux in Culver City, Asia in NoHo, Alcove Grows in Los Feliz, Agura Closes in WeHo

New, 10 comments

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

MID-CITY: What a pleasant addition to the Pico/Fairfax area--the Paper or Plastik coffee shop (pictured) opens on Saturday, and is described by our friends at Eater as Intelligentsia-like (gentrification alert!).

CULVER CITY: Speaking of gentrification, another space in Culver City is turning into a yuppie eating paradise. The people behind the popular Rush Street are planning a new restaurant for the old Double Dutch space. Eater predicts a late '10 opening.

NORTH HOLLYWOOD: Near Lankershim and Riverside is Summer Canteen, which opened earlier this month. With influences from Burma, Vietnam, and Northern Thailand, the restaurant has a nice industrial look and is open for lunch and dinner.

LOS FELIZ: This could be wonderful or make an already busy situation a complete clusterfunk. The reliably delicious Alcove on Hillhurst is adding a bar to its space called Big Bar, featuring fruity libations and fancy syrups.

WEST HOLLYWOOD: That was fast--Agura on the north end of La Cienega's restaurant row has shuttered after 10 months of operation. But no worries, the place is getting rejiggered and relaunching in September.