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Review: Modernist French cooking at Silver Lake's Bar Restaurant

Bill Addison reviews eccentric Bar Restaurant in Silver Lake
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 20, 2020
The best thing to be said about the banal, post-structuralist name of Silver Lake’s new Bar Restaurant is that it is accurate. A bar and a restaurant do indeed coexist on the premises, separated by a wall but connected in the back by a curving...
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