New Beverly Grove vegan restaurant Nic's on Beverly is missing creative spark

Critic Bill Addison reviews vegan restaurant Nic's on Beverly
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 17, 2019
Restaurants labeled “modern American” really have no set definition, but there is a recent strain of the genre known for puddle-jumping from one cuisine to another dish by dish. Reading straight down a menu, one might see razor clams with yuzu...
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