New Echo Park Wine Bar Tilda Is the First in a Trio of New Neighborhood Hangouts

Christian Stayner and Jason Goldman set out to create a community hub
Oren Peleg • Los Angeles Magazine • March 11, 2020
Nestled blocks from the bustle of Sunset Boulevard, new Echo Park wine bar Tilda already feels like part of the neighborhood because it really is part of the neighborhood. “We get a lot of, ‘You don’t understand, I live right there,” says Jason...
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