A new seafood spot riffs on oyster towers, caviar service (with fish sticks) and old-school opulence

To Jane’s

Dear John’s, Steakhouse in Culver City extended its operating hours earlier this year, now has a seafood sibling spot in Marina del Rey. The trio of Hans and Patti Röckenwagner (of the Röckenwagner Bakery Group) and Josiah Citrin (owner chef of Mélisse, Charcoal and Citrin) have opened Dear Jane’s on the water, with seafood tower, caviar sticks, Louie shrimp salad, crab . Pastries, clam sauces and other classics date from the 1960s through the 1980s. Dear Jane’s is open from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday, and 5:30 to 10. Friday and Saturday evenings.

13950 Panay Way, Marina del Rey, (310) 301-6442, Dearjanesla.com

Per L’Ora

The Per La Hotel in Downtown opened with Bar Clara serves cocktails on the rooftop in July but this month launched its rooms along with the ground floor Per L’Ora restaurant, which serves signature coastal Italian fare with international and LA flavors. Executive chef Courtney Van Dyke oversees the kitchen serving dishes like Milanese boneless veal with yuzu dust; orecchiette in birria oxtail ragu with manchego; and bucatini with Spam, egg yolk and nori. The lobby and lounge bar, also located in the ornate Bank of Italy Building – formerly home to the NoMad hotel – serves a globally inspired cocktail menu with options like the Owl Castle, Made with Japanese gin and vodka, sakura vermouth, sake and bitter orange rose. Per L’Ora is open Wednesday through Sunday from 5pm to 10pm, with bar service starting at 4pm

649 S. Olive St., Los Angeles, (213) 358-0000, hotelperla.com/#dining

Delhi Belly

A new Alhambra restaurant offers classic Indian fare alongside modern spins like tikka paneer tacos, chutney fries and butter chicken sandwiches. Chef Sagar Ghosh (of Tulsi Indian Eatery, Arth Bar & Kitchen) and restaurateur Sridhar Sambangi opened Delhi Belly with tandoori dishes including lamb chops, salmon, pineapple steak and chicken mascarpone, plus with curries like vindaloo, saag, tikka masala and korma and street food-inspired plates like Amritsari fishballs, samosas and fried shrimp. Delhi Belly is open daily from 11:30am to 10pm

8 W. Main St., Alhambra, (626) 703-4710, delhibellila.com

Monty’s Santa Monica

Some of the most popular plant-based burgers in Los Angeles and Inland Empire are now available in Santa Monica. The all-plant fundraiser Monty’s Good Burger has opened a block from the beach and serves local chain’s signature burgers, fried chicken sandwiches, fries, tots, homemade sauces , salads, shakes and floats. Monty’s is also known for its pet adoption and animal rights fundraising initiatives, as well as partnerships with celebrities like Travis Barker and Brockhampton. Monty’s is open in Santa Monica Sunday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to midnight.

123 Broadway, Santa Monica, (213) 915-0257, montysgoodburger.com

Be wise

Smorgasburg coffee bar, roaster and subscription service Be Bright have set foot in their first location. The husband and wife team of Frank and Michelle La plan to open Be Bright as a full-fledged cafe in Melrose in mid-October, offering specialty coffee drinks, tea shows and food like sandwiches and cakes fresh sweet.

7311 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, bebrightcoffee.com

Oktoberfest at SteelCraft

The SteelCraft shipping container outdoor food court is hosting Oktoberfest at all three of its locations, hosting parties for all ages including beer-themed food menus over three weekends in October. SteelCraft Long Beach leads the festivities with a yodeling, driving contest, costume contest and live band on October 1 from noon to 10 p.m., while the Bellflower outpost continues into October 8, and Garden Grove hosts its own Oktoberfest on October 29. Admission is free.

3768 Long Beach Blvd., Long Beach; 16500 Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower; 12900 Euclid St., Garden Grove, steelcraftlb.com

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