Matthew Kang

editor of LA Eater

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Restaurant weeks are opportunities for people to try out new eateries in their cities, sample interesting cuisines, and maybe discover a new favorite spot.

DineLA is underway, complete with 3-course meals to-go

Restaurant weeks are opportunities for people to try out new eateries in their cities, sample interesting cuisines, and maybe discover a new favorite spot.

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Restaurants in LA’s Koreatown and San Gabriel Valley are seeing declines in customers since the outbreak of COVID-19.

Business declines for Korean and Chinese restaurants in wake of coronavirus

Restaurants in LA’s Koreatown and San Gabriel Valley are seeing declines in customers since the outbreak of COVID-19.

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Since 2010, Michelin did not give its coveted stars to any restaurants in Los Angeles (or Southern California for that matter). But this year, 24 restaurants in LA received stars.

LA has 24 new Michelin stars, but after being snubbed for so long, should we care?

Since 2010, Michelin did not give its coveted stars to any restaurants in Los Angeles (or Southern California for that matter). But this year, 24 restaurants in LA received stars.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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