Mogu Mogu Taking Over The Dosanko Space On Olympic

The address at 11555 Olympic Blvd. in LA is proving itself to be a tricky one.  It used to be popular Ramenya, then Dosanko Ramen tried its luck, which sadly ran out.  Now a plucky new ramen and mazemen (no-broth ramen) joint named Mogu Mogu is poised to move in, at least according to a rather small announcement taped to the front door.  We wish them the best of luck.

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Sachi Bringing Coffee And More To Centinela Ave.

A big wooden sign informs commuters that coffee is coming soon to the storefront at 4574 Centinela Ave. in LA.  Upon closer inspection, the name of the new shop will be Sachi.  Their website promises a “welcoming space influenced by Japanese culture and values- devoted to offering high quality coffee and food, stylish vintage clothing, healthy potted plants, and local artisan products”.

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Pho Ever Comes To The Westside

On a tip from a reader (Thanks Dean!), I went to check out what was going on on the corner of Barrington and Pico.  It looks like a new Vietnamese restaurant is going into the space at 2404 Pico.  I’m not sure when Pho Ever will be opening, or if it’s related to any of the other “Pho Ever” restaurants out there, so we’ll just have to wait and see…

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Poke Club Bringing Yet More Raw Fish To LA

Is there room in Los Angeles for more poke shops?  They seem to be everywhere lately and you seldom have to walk more than 500 feet to find some form of raw fish.  With all that competition a new contender, Poke Club, is about to give it a go.  They are close to opening a new restaurant at 463 S. La Brea Ave. in Los Angeles.  We wish them luck…

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Helados La Michoacana Starts Dispensing Icy Treats

Just in time for a hot summer…  Since I first told you about indications of a new icy treat shop moving into the commodious space at 11813 W. Santa Monica Blvd. in LA, a great many of you have been following its progress.  Helados La Michoacana has recently thrown open its doors for business.  A cursory peek inside reveals what looks like miles of wrap-around freezer counters loaded with every imaginable ice cream, frozen pop, and juice.

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