Curtis Stone is opening a temporary restaurant at the Grove

Michelin-starred chef Curtis Stone is opening a new temporary restaurant and gourmet market at the Grove, in the former Dominique Ansel Bakery space.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • September 4, 2020
Curtis Stone will open a new restaurant and market at the Grove called Picnic Society by Gwen, inspired by his Hollywood butcher shop. The restaurant, located in the former Dominique Ansel Bakery space, is scheduled to open on Sept. 14. The...
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