3 New L.A. Restaurants to Try in May

A breezy Mediterranean rooftop spot in Beverly Hills, and more
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • April 29, 2021
From Mei Lin’s new chicken sandwich spot to a new casual takeout spot from Tancredi DeLuca, here are some new restaurants to check out this month. Sant’olina The buzzy h.wood Group has taken over the rooftop at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to launch...
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