New Orleans fried chicken specialist Willie Mae’s launches takeout in L.A.

By Willie Mae

One of the most famous fried chicken restaurants in the country has landed in Los Angeles. New Orleans is best known for Willie Mae’s Scotch House, winner of the James Beard Foundation’s American Classics Award, founded in 1957, who originally planned to open a restaurant in Venice during the summer. Opening is currently slated for the fall, but until then, Willie Mae’s has begun operating as a take-out operation from within the Colonial Westside ghost kitchen. The take-out menu includes the signature bone-in and meat-based fried chicken, drizzled with cayenne pepper and other spices, then coated in wet batter; plus roast chicken and family meal; and sides like red beans and rice, mac and cheese, butter tortillas, fried sweet potatoes and butter beans. Willie Mae’s can be ordered through Colony or via Postmates or UberEats from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., daily.

11419 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, williemaesrestaurant.com

Aerial photo of a plate of oysters, shrimp, mussels and rock clams from Lonely Oyster.

Echo Park’s new seafood spot serves oysters from Washington state, New Zealand and beyond, along with brunch and breakfast items.

(Stephanie Breijo / Los Angeles Times)

Lonely oyster

A new oyster bar in Echo Park is serving seafood towers with Peruvian caviar and ceviche biscuits, plus a variety of wines in bottles and glass, and dishes like mussels or mussels in coconut or white wine curry, lobster rolls, fish and chips, chowder and lobster mac and cheese; Weekend-only brunch options include shrimp frittatas and salmon Benedicts. The Lonely Oyster, from Don Andes (Little Joy), is in the space of the former Allumette Restaurant and features indoor and patio seating and a bar offering tropical and marine-inspired cocktails. Lonely Oyster is open 5pm to midnight Monday through Friday and noon to midnight Saturday and Sunday, with a raw bar menu Mondays only.

1320 Echo Park Ave., Los Angeles, (213) 221-7615, aloneoyster.com

The Butcher’s Daughter West Hollywood

The plant-focused restaurant, bar and juice bar will expand this weekend with a location in West Hollywood. Executive chef Andy Barbato (Little Pine, Jewel) is adding dishes like handmade pasta and a vegan “raw bar” with items like beets prepared ahi sashimi style. The newest Butcher’s Daughter is scheduled to open September 24 with indoor and outdoor seating, and features a 25-foot conservatory-style bar. It marks the brand’s fifth outpost and second in Los Angeles. The Butcher’s Daughter in West Hollywood is open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

8755 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, (310) 707-1630, thebutchersdaughter.com

A photo of two "rough" bar food, made from vegetables, rice cakes on top.

Butcher’s Daughter in the second LA area includes new menu items from Italian-born chef Andy Barbato, including handmade pasta and a selection of plant-based “raw bars.”

(Ashley Randall / Butcher’s Daugh / Ashley Randall Photography)

Disney Downtown of Porto

Papas rellenas and pastelitos are heading to Anaheim. At the D23 Expo fan event, Disney officials announced that the popular Cuban bakery and cafe will open a location in Downtown Disney, a retail and restaurant district located just outside Disneyland. Earlier this year, the company announced that dumpling specialist Din Tai Fung would also be entering the area; Opening dates have yet to be announced for both restaurants.

1580 Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, disneyland.disney.go.com/destination/downtown-disney-district

LA Times Night Market

The Times’ annual month-long Food Bowl will end next week, but before it does, it will host a three-day Night Market at Paramount Studios from September 23-25. Each Night Market event will feature more than 40 vendors serving up unlimited food and sips, along with cooking demonstrations, DJ sets, and other live entertainment. On September 23, Smoked Soirée (8-11pm) will feature bakers, burger parties, and other barbecue-inspired restaurants like Slab, River Street BBQ and Kevin Bludso of Bludso’s Bar & Cue. The September 24 event (from 7 to 10 p.m.) includes a dumpling crawl and internationally inspired dining outlets such as Lunasia, CHD Mandu, Kuya Lord, Chao Krung and others . The September 25 event (2-5 p.m.) is brunch-themed and pizza-focused with vendors like Here’s Looking at You, Apollonia’s, Jitlada, Ronan, and Pizzana. Ticket ($110) includes admission and unlimited food, wine, beer and spirits tastings; VIP ($200) includes early entry, parking, and use of exclusive food and lobby seating.

5555 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, lafoodbowl.com/night-market

Family-style festival

The colorful food festival that combines restaurants with streetwear designers to host special dishes and one-day merchandise is back. family style festival, at the intersection of food and fashion, will return to CBS Television City on October 9 with more than 30 food and beverage vendors, including Chifa, Mother Wolf, Kato, Tacos y Birria la Unica, Moo’s Craft Bar Grill, Sonoratown and Crossroads Kitchen; This year’s designers include Free & Easy, Blondie Beach, Azuki, Nike and Carrot. The regular admission ($60) includes entry with food available for purchase, while the VIP ticket ($200) includes the aforementioned access plus access to the natural wine bar open and lounge area, free tacos, vegan burgers and ice cream, event tee, tote and more. Family Style Fest 2022 takes place from noon to 8pm

7800 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, familystylefest.com

Closing the Strip . shopping center fire

Worse news, a fire Saturday morning at a Palms strip mall killed 17 cats, injured a firefighter, destroyed many businesses and closed two businesses indefinitely. restaurant. The fire took over an hour to contain and resulted in the closure Bernie’s Soul Kitchen and Golden China Restaurant; Other eateries in the mall, such as Jerk Spot and US Donut, remain open at 9000 W. Venice Blvd. in Los Angeles.

https://www.latimes.com/food/story/2022-09-21/new-orleans-fried-chicken-specialist-willie-maes New Orleans fried chicken specialist Willie Mae’s launches takeout in L.A.

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