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Found Oyster Review (East Hollywood):

Review: East Hollywood's tiny Found Oyster leaves big impression

Bill Addison reviews the tiny seafood bar Found Oyster in East Hollywood
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 30, 2020
A disco ball hangs from Found Oyster’s double-height ceiling, speckling light across the 26-seat room. Shina Williams & His African Percussionists groove from the soundtrack; heads bop while patrons peel prawns and slurp scallops on the half...
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