3 New and Notable L.A. Restaurants to Try in July

Modern Mediterranean with an impressive patio in WeHo, and more
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • June 28, 2021
From a new plentiful patio in WeHo to bento boxes in Virgil Village, here are some new restaurants to check out this month. Soulmate Summer is here, and there’s a stunning new WeHo spot with a patio that can hold 75 attractive people, plus hours...
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