In Need of Space for Outdoor Dining, These Local Restaurants Got Creative

From Silver Lake to Culver City, a bunch of L.A. parking lots have become surprisingly cool al fresco dining spots
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • August 31, 2020
With COVID-19 restrictions and precautions creating demand for more outdoor dining, restaurateurs are getting very creative. At Mozza and Chi Spacca in Hancock Park, an area previously used for staff parking has been converted into “Piazza Mozza”...
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