Jeremy Fox opens Birdie G's, Santa Monica's hottest opening of the year

The eyes, at first, don’t quite know where to land or dart next on Birdie G’s placemat-size menu.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 3, 2019
The eyes, at first, don’t quite know where to land or dart next on Birdie G’s placemat-size menu. Dishes splinter into 10 categories — “hors d’oeuvres,” “soup and salad,” “blue plates,” “Texas toasts,” “West Coast seafood,” “classic meats from...
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