3 New Restaurants to Try in April

A crowd-pleasing new indoor-outdoor spot in Long Beach, and more
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • March 30, 2021
From Basque cuisine in Pasadena to a Brazilian-Italian mashup in Los Feliz, here are some new spots to check out this month. Saso This long-anticipated Basque restaurant has at last opened its doors, bringing croquettes, jamon iberico, and an...
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