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Not Your Standard Ktown BBQ

In Ktown BBQ places are dime a dozen, but not one like Eight Korean BBQ, the only concept in California that specializes in Mangalitsa Pork Belly. They have eight different flavors (Original, Black Sesame, Wine, Garlic, Herb, Curry, Miso Paste, and Red Pepper Paste) carefully curated to satisfy any palette.  Too many choices? They guide you through, starting with the more subtle to the heavier marinades so you don’t miss out on any of the flavor.  They make it even...

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Monday: Sea Salt Poké Opens 2nd Location This indoor-outdoor rooftop space is secluded from the city yet located in the heart of Melrose Place. With breathtaking views, this venue will be the newest spot to grab a casual lunch, or enjoy a nice quiet dinner under the stars. The restaurant was first created by executive chef and owner Russel Rassallat, following his philosophy that pure, natural ingredients simply taste better. With this in mind, he decided to elaborate his own sauces, infuse his own sea...

Rockefeller Gastropub

Since opening back in 2014, the Rockefeller Gastropub has been a staple for lovers of delicious food with a fine array of beers on draft as well. It’s also one of the few Gastropubs to keep a Belgian tart ale on draft – thank you very much! The recent additions made by Executive Chef Michelangelo Aliaga to the menu features items that are unexpected and elevated. Not to worry though, the salads and burgers that you love are still there...

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Monday: Marcel Vigneron’s New Happy Hour Menu at Wolf Featuring some of the most popular dishes from the restaurant, the happy hour snacks and beverage offerings will be available daily. Snacks include Beet It made with yuzu berries, plums, persimmons, almond, goat cheese snow, and hearts of fire; Kale-ing the Game made with pickled asian pear, dried apricot, cucumber, almond dressing, and crispy quinoa; Adult Tater Tots made with aji amarillo aioli , cilantro, and seasonal chiles; Lil Rizzo made with oyster...

Weekend

Lost at Sea Launches Sunday Night Prix-Fixe Menu This month, Pasadena’s modern seafood restaurant launches a three-course Sunday night prix-fixe menu featuring classics and seasonal favorites from the dinner menu. Current offerings include: Early Fall Salad with apple, pomegranate, mustard frill, pistachio, pecorino, and golden balsamic; Tomato + Mushroom Soup with crème fraiche, crouton, and lobster broth; NZ King Salmon with zucchini, tomato, squash, and salsa amarilla; and Barramundi with delicata squash, kale, dandelion greens, tarragon fumet, prosciutto. $35; Sundays, 5:30 pm-close; 57 E. Holly...