3 New Restaurants to Try in March

A new Roman-style flatbread spot in Beverly Grove, and more
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • March 2, 2021
From Korean comfort classics at Grand Central Market to a natural wine bar in WeHo, here are some new spots to check out this month. Shiku This Grand Central Market newcomer is from the same team behind Baroo, the beloved, fermentation-focused...
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