It's endless summer at Greekman's in Echo Park

Greekman's, the summertime pop-up at Freedman's in Echo Park, should stick around for longer.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 4, 2021
When I look back on summer 2021 — when the Delta variant upended hopes for the pandemic’s denouement, when cultural strains stretched to near-breaking in the barely United States — I’ll remember disappearing for a couple of happy hours into the...
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